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Regulation: The problem most Americans don’t understand

Government regulation is so persistent and so popular because the American public doesn’t understand why regulations can be harmful...  Read more

It Can't Just Be a Business Deal

There has already been a vigorous debate about President Obama’s decision to reestablish diplomatic relations with Cuba...  Read more

DePaul University’s long history of silencing conservatives

More than a year before Milo Yiannopoulos, “the Kane West of Journalism,” was silenced at DePaul University by Black Lives Matter activists and school officials who refused to provide adequate security, the Chicago-based school had already been silencing conservative students...  Read more

Unhappy Bernie voters’ new home is Green Party’s Jill Stein

Just like Yoda told Obi-wan Kenobi that Luke Skywalker wasn’t their last hope — “there is another” — Green Party candidate Jill Stein is saying the same to millennials who supported Bernie Sanders...  Read more

Time to impeach IRS chief

Two Republican lawmakers argued in a Wednesday op-ed that it's time to impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen...  Read more

GOP insiders fear Trump will demand but not return party loyalty

Republicans fear that Donald Trump, once officially head of the party, may walk into RNC headquarters and order officials to abandon any GOP candidate who doesn't kowtow to their new leader...  Read more

Should Congress Give Marijuana to Our Veterans Suffering from PTSD?

It has been another rough couple of weeks for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). After the long-running scandals of shameful wait times, neglect to the point of lives lost, and the need for new leadership, they have faltered again recently with tone-deaf comparisons to Disneyland visits and mistakenly thinking that 4,000 living veterans had somehow expired, according to incorrect records...  Read more

Trump cuts into Clinton's lead

Donald Trump continues to make gains against Hillary Clinton nationally, and is now down just 2 points against her in the latest national poll...  Read more

Why Trump attacked Martinez

Many observers were mystified when Donald Trump attacked New Mexico Republican Gov. Susana Martinez...  Read more

The FBI wants easier access to your emails

The national security state keeps humming with little regard for the privacy rights and due process granted by law to Americans...  Read more

Why Gary Johnson will steal more votes from Clinton than Trump

Now that we know former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson is going to be the Libertarian Party nominee after this weekend’s convention, much of the talk has centered around how Johnson could be a spoiler for Donald Trump against Hillary Clinton...  Read more


This year's annual National Memorial Day Concert on the National Mall featured a stirring tribute to veterans of the Vietnam War.  Read more

Most millennial men don’t identify as masculine, 1-in-5 actually identify as feminine

Only 30 percent of adult men under 30 identify themselves as “completely masculine,” according to a survey conducted by YouGov.  Read more

Holder Says Snowden Performed a Public Service

Former Attorney General Eric Holder praised the result of Edward Snowden's decision to leak intelligence information while working as a contractor for the National Security Agency in 2013.  Read more

Trump's Intellectuals

Inside the Beltway and along the Washington-to-Boston corridor, #NeverTrump has won the hearts and minds of conservative intellectuals and the high-toned media...  Read more

Peace begins with us

Every person in this world should visit Hiroshima and Nagasaki...  Read more

Donald Trump outsources campaign operations to RNC

Donald Trump is expressing confidence in RNC Chairman Reince Priebus' ability to manage all the party's needs — his and those down ticket...  Read more

Gun industry: Let’s rethink how we sell to women

I walk into a sporting goods store, my hand on the door handle. I take a deep breath and prepare myself for what I’m about to experience...  Read more