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Socialists like Bernie Sanders love to spend money on “free” education and Medicare for All but have no policies to make money in the first place, writes .
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Too many candidates and a Fox News ban mean the 2020 Democratic presidential debates will fail where the GOP succeeded in 2016, writes .
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Voters may want to take a break from the overheated political commentary about the President and consider what one of his rivals would do to their life and liberty, writes .
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To impeach or not to impeach: That is the Democratic question. Listen to today's Potomac Watch podcast from :
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If Iran wants sanctions eased, it can stop spreading terror and renegotiate the nuclear deal.
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There has been a notable penetration of Wahhabi ideology and money into Sri Lanka in the past decade, but the impact has—until Sunday—been cultural and social, writes .
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How France chooses to rebuild after the Notre Dame fire will speak more to the country’s future than its past, writes .
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While imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, the serious flaws in the DNC’s presidential primary debate plan will ultimately doom its ability to match the RNC’s success from 2016, writes .
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Hate is hate. My alma mater should rescind an honor given for discrimination, bigotry and bias, and condemn all injustice, not just the kind that’s politically correct this week, writes .
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President Trump’s political attacks on the Fed are hurting his own nominees.
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If the merger fails between T-Mobile and Spring, consumers will pay the price.
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The law and facts overwhelmingly support the Trump administration’s appeal: It should be able to include a citizenship question in the 2020 census, write and Richard Raile.
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MaryAnastasiaO'Grady Apr 22
Jamie Dimon speaks up to tell the truth about the shared misery of socialism, writes
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Sean Spicer Apr 22
My latest Op-Ed in the outlines how and why the Dems strategy to restructure 2020 presidential debates won’t be as successful as what the RNC did in 2016
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Why can’t my fellow Democrats call out smears against Israel and the Jews? asks .
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Sri Lanka is no stranger to terrorism, but the violence has usually been between Buddhists and Hindus, writes .
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World leaders are denouncing the bombings in Sri Lanka as an attack on “humanity,” but make no mistake: This was an attack on Christians.
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Kate Smith, the First Lady of Radio, wasn’t perfect. But she shouldn’t be declared persona non grata, writes .
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Too many candidates and a Fox News ban mean the 2020 Democratic presidential debates will fail where the GOP succeeded in 2016, writes .
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How France chooses to rebuild will speak more to the country’s future than its past, writes .
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