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American Soldiers Are Not Bodyguards for Saudi Royals

American Soldiers Are Not Bodyguards for Saudi Royals

President Donald Trump believes in America First except when it comes to the Saudi royal family. Then it is Saudi Arabia first.

I Left England Because of Socialized Medicine. My Life Depended on It.
The Rise and Rise of Modest Fashion

The Rise and Rise of Modest Fashion

Why is it that attitudes, after the laissez faire ones of the sixties and onward, now may be changing?

‘Now I Know What Freedom Is’: One Young Man’s Escape From North Korea

‘Now I Know What Freedom Is’: One Young Man’s Escape From North Korea

People who espouse communism and socialism might want to take a closer look at the story of this North Korean refugee.

The Dark History of Swedish Socialism

The Dark History of Swedish Socialism

Is Bernie wrong about peaceful Swedish socialism?

The Fall of the Wall and the Rise of Political Correctness

The Fall of the Wall and the Rise of Political Correctness

What might the Berlin Wall teach us about PC culture? 

What the Death of ISIS Means for Us

What the Death of ISIS Means for Us

ISIS is dead, or at least severely wounded. But its ideas are alive. 

What the Left and Right Get Wrong About Immigration

What the Left and Right Get Wrong About Immigration

It's deeper than care for immigrants or concern for our borders. 

Leaving Syria: Necessary and Long Overdue?

Leaving Syria: Necessary and Long Overdue?

The media spin is predictable: President Donald Trump has abandoned America’s gallant Kurdish allies to face the prospect of a Turkish invasion alone.

How Cronyism Created New York City's Taxi Medallion Bubble

How Cronyism Created New York City's Taxi Medallion Bubble

AOC is supporting a bailout of crony capitalism. 

Climate Protest Goes Sadly Awry

Climate Protest Goes Sadly Awry

The most recent protest was staged by climate activists in Great Britain. But their plans didn’t quite work out the way they thought they would. 

Hong Kong’s ‘Shot Heard Around the World’ Is Reverberating

Hong Kong’s ‘Shot Heard Around the World’ Is Reverberating

Hong Kong protestors and Chinese police cannot break an uneasy peace with violence if they want international support. 

The Electoral College Will Never Make Everyone Happy

The Electoral College Will Never Make Everyone Happy

As the U.S. heads into the 2020 elections, the public must be wary of critics who call for “reforms” to the American electoral process but fail to put our process in a global perspective.

Trump, Greta, and the Faint Heartbeat of American Humor

Trump, Greta, and the Faint Heartbeat of American Humor

A few people still know how to laugh at themselves and others.

Kamala Harris and the Cult of the Presidency

Kamala Harris and the Cult of the Presidency

Kamala Harris: '100 days to get their act together...if they fail to do it, then I will take executive action.'

Why the Hong Kong Protestors Keep Marching

Why the Hong Kong Protestors Keep Marching

Hong Kong: A reminder to Marxists that man is not only material. 

Deportation Rates in Historical Perspective

Deportation Rates in Historical Perspective

The numbers are surprising, but they don't lie.

China Replaces 10 Commandments With Socialist Propaganda

China Replaces 10 Commandments With Socialist Propaganda

"The Communist Party’s ultimate goal is to ‘become God.’"

What Is a Washingtonian Foreign Policy?

What Is a Washingtonian Foreign Policy?

What exactly are American interests? What unifies our foreign policy? 

Data on Amazon Rainforest Fires Tell a Much Different Story Than Social Media

Data on Amazon Rainforest Fires Tell a Much Different Story Than Social Media

Outrage has replaced reason in the debate surrounding biodiversity and poisoned the way we talk about workable solutions.

Why America Shouldn’t Be Too Concerned About Venezuela

Why America Shouldn’t Be Too Concerned About Venezuela

Venezuela’s instability may serve to warn other Latin American countries away from the broken socialist system.

Trump: Somebody Had to Confront China

Trump: Somebody Had to Confront China

Politicians in both parties are rallying around the President as he does what is necessary necessary and takes on China's unfair trade policies.

These Hongkongers Are Not ‘a Few Violent Thugs’

These Hongkongers Are Not ‘a Few Violent Thugs’

Day by day the protesters reflect a greater cross section of the island, which is making China more desperate to put them down.

Delusion, Doublespeak, and Duplicity: Why Language Matters

Delusion, Doublespeak, and Duplicity: Why Language Matters

To paraphrase Orwell, thought corrupts language and language corrupts thought.

Australian Doctors to Investigate Transgender Treatments for Kids
When the Russians Came to Town: Reflections on Communism and Socialism

When the Russians Came to Town: Reflections on Communism and Socialism

The Soviet Union is gone, thrown into the dustbin of history, but a lesson remains from those Russian visitors.

A Gun Control Lesson From Australia’s Cat Genocide

A Gun Control Lesson From Australia’s Cat Genocide

As America's gun debate heats up again, perhaps we can learn something from Australia's cat genocide.

No, Tariffs Won’t Ruin Christmas

No, Tariffs Won’t Ruin Christmas

Every time President Trump raises tariffs, the media clucks that American consumers will pay the price. This hasn’t happened yet, and it won’t happen now.

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