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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

Sorry Hillary — Americans are sick of foreign interventionism

At least in foreign policy, the major party candidates have ignored the sentiments of the American people...  Read more

Obama's Hiroshima Visit Could Have Unintended Consequences

President Obama's decision to be the first sitting U.S. President to visit the ground zero site of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on May 27th as part of a G-7 Summit visit to Japan comes as no surprise...  Read more

GOP Convention: Conservatives struggle to maintain control of party platform

Conservative Republicans are determined to toe the party line on social issues at the 2016 Republican National Convention this summer, and insist that presumptive nominee Donald Trump’s platform is not necessarily the platform of the Republican Party...  Read more

How Trump can appeal to millennials stuck living with their parents

Two major millennial polls came out this week that shouldn’t be seen as unrelated...  Read more

Six Clinton contradictions exposed by State's audit

Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server remains under investigation by the FBI...  Read more

Obama snaps over Clinton emails: 'I'm not taking another question'

President Obama snapped at a reporter during a press conference in Japan after being asked about Hillary Clinton's use of a private email system at the State Department...  Read more

Poll: Clinton and Trump are “snobby, arrogant, and inward-looking”

Party loyalists are starting to coalesce around Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as their likely presidential nominees, while independent voters continue to hold both party front-runners in almost equal disdain.  Read more

Poll finds GOP hemorrhaging Asian American voters

History may be doomed to repeat itself for the GOP, at least when it comes to Asian American voters...  Read more

Why Mark Zuckerberg changed how Facebook chooses what is news

The decentralized and entrepreneurial wild west of America's tech industry ought to be a natural ally of America's liberty movement...  Read more

Paul Ryan aide: No Trump endorsement imminent

House Speaker Paul Ryan has not told Donald Trump that he is ready to endorse his presidential candidacy...  Read more

Ploughshares and the Iran Deal Echo Chamber

Guess who's not part of the White House's Iran deal "echo chamber"? Yep, Qassem Suleimani...  Read more

Runaway Train

Yes, it’s a con. In the three weeks since Donald Trump became the presumptive Republican nominee the remains of modern American conservatism have decayed at an alarming rate...  Read more