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U.S. jobless claims hit 49-year low; labor market resilient

U.S. jobless claims hit 49-year low; labor market resilient

The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits fell to a nearly half-century low last week, pointing to sustained labor market strength despite slowing economic growth  Read more

Jan Brewer: Of course President Trump should consider shutting the border

Jan Brewer: Of course President Trump should consider shutting the border

Denying crossings would emphasize the seriousness of this humanitarian catastrophe and spur action  Read more

Facebook's Zuckerberg threatens free speech with his latest Big Tech power move

Facebook's Zuckerberg threatens free speech with his latest Big Tech power move

President Ronald Reagan used to tell of the “nine most terrifying words” – “I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg has found a new way to make the words even scarier. He wants global governments involved in speech and free press, even though his staff pretends otherwise  Read more

DOJ Defends Barr’s Summary of Mueller Report from Critics

DOJ Defends Barr’s Summary of Mueller Report from Critics

The Justice Department on Thursday defended Attorney General William Barr’s short outline of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s final report, hours after the New York Times reported that some members of Mueller’s team were concerned Barr had downplayed the results of the investigation to make it seem more favorable to President Trump  Read more

What AOC Doesn't Get About Wages and Human Worth

What AOC Doesn't Get About Wages and Human Worth

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is again trying to teach deep moral lessons using dubious “facts."  Read more

Securing southern border is Trump’s obligation

Securing southern border is Trump’s obligation

Protecting the sovereignty and security of the United States are responsibilities of the commander in chief and if those elements are being compromised by an influx of immigrants at the southern border, President Trump must use the tools at his discretion to remedy the matter  Read more

 Why Democratic Socialism can't work

Why Democratic Socialism can't work

“Democratic Socialism,” preached by Sen. Bernie Sanders and others, seems like a pretty good dream. The problem is, it is just that — a dream  Read more

Elizabeth Warren: Forgotten, But Not Gone

Elizabeth Warren: Forgotten, But Not Gone

Wrap your heads around this, Massachusetts Democrats: Your superstar U.S. senator and renowned national champion of progressive populism is currently losing the 2020 POTUS race to an unknown 37-year-old Indiana mayor with no national base and an unpronounceable name  Read more

Why Donald Trump will win in 2020

Why Donald Trump will win in 2020

Harold Wilson was right that ‘a week is a long time in politics.’ But, hey, watching the president in Grand Rapids the other night, and taking a gander at some recent polls, I am willing to ascend pretty high up the old backyard oak, shimmy along a well placed branch and say, with confidence if not quite certainty, that Donald Trump will win the 2020 presidential election, and win handily  Read more

Trump says no Obamacare vote until after 2020 election

Trump says no Obamacare vote until after 2020 election

President Trump says Congress won't vote on an Obamacare replacement after the 2020 election, pushing an issue which has surged back into the forefront and that Democrats were eager to make a campaign issue into the distant future  Read more

 House GOP wooing women voters ahead of 2020

House GOP wooing women voters ahead of 2020

House Republicans are racing to combat accusations that the party is anti-woman as they face increased pressure on a series of Democratic-backed bills focusing on women’s issues  Read more

Britain's Version Of 'Medicare For All' Is Struggling With Long Waits For Care

Britain's Version Of 'Medicare For All' Is Struggling With Long Waits For Care

Nearly a quarter of a million British patients have been waiting more than six months to receive planned medical treatment from the National Health Service, according to a recent report from the Royal College of Surgeons. More than 36,000 have been in treatment queues for nine months or more  Read more

Hispanics Rally to Trump, Boosting His 2020 Chances

Hispanics Rally to Trump, Boosting His 2020 Chances

Get ready for the anti-Trump “resistance” to go truly loco, because new polling data indicates Hispanic support for the president is swelling, a trend that could seal his 2020 re-election victory  Read more

 Emergency on the border

Emergency on the border

“For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong,” observed H.L. Mencken, the sage of Baltimore who was the most popular social critic of the previous century  Read more

 McConnell shuts down the Pelosi agenda

McConnell shuts down the Pelosi agenda

The Republican Senate is where House Democratic bills go to die  Read more

White House working on secret healthcare plan with three conservative think tanks

White House working on secret healthcare plan with three conservative think tanks

The White House is quietly working on a healthcare policy proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the matter  Read more

How an Indiana and a Minnesota district explain the 2020 House battlefield

How an Indiana and a Minnesota district explain the 2020 House battlefield

Democrats are optimistic about Indianapolis suburbs and doubtful about the Iron Range  Read more

Trump has a strong foreign policy narrative for 2020

Trump has a strong foreign policy narrative for 2020

If you think foreign policy might be a weakness for Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign, think again  Read more