One Mueller Investigation Coincidence Too Many

by Victor Davis Hanson December 13, 2017 Stacking the deck with anti-Trump staffers is proving to be a really bad idea. Special prosecutors, investigators, and counsels are usually a bad idea. They are admissions that constitutionally-mandated institutions don’t work...

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The UK Was the Best Part of the European Union

by Bill Wirtz December 8, 2017   In the debate around the Brexit referendum in the United Kingdom, the side arguing on behalf of Britain remaining a part of the EU wasn't a particularly convincing one. Positions for "Remain" were largely based on emotions. There...

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Trump and Congress Challenge the Palestinians to Grow Up

by Roger Simon December 7, 2017 The president’s decision to move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem announced yesterday (12/06) is already sending the usual suspects into a tizzy. The famous Arab Street, we are told, will be erupting. The despicable...

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Trump Ends the Snipe Hunt for Middle East Peace

by Dr. Jack Wheeler December 6, 2017 When my father pledged the Phi Delta Theta house at Stanford in 1931, catching a snipe was a requirement to join.  He was taken out to a forest, told to stand along a small trail, crouch down holding a bag, and wait for a snipe – a...

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Tax Cuts: Media Bias vs. Reality

by Richard Rahn December 4, 2017 Why is it that those who have been right in the past are often ignored, while great attention is paid to those who have been wrong? Many “politically correct” forecasters’ words are accepted as gospel by the media despite dismal...

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