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  • Taking Encouragement from Under-Rated Presidents

    Posted on July 25, 2017 Michael Medved

    Can a new president with a tenuous mandate and a balky Congress, held in contempt by “enlightened” opinion, nonetheless preside over dynamic years of peace and prosperity? History answers with a ringing “yes!” and Donald Trump should feel encouraged by that record. Between 1868 and 1896, six presidents occupied the White House—Grant, Hayes, Garfield, Arthur, […]

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  • Positive Results Trump Political Disappointments

    Posted on July 25, 2017 Michael Medved

    In President Trump’s first six months, illegal immigration dropped dramatically, reaching its lowest point in at least 16 years—despite the fact that the administration hasn’t built its border wall, or conducted mass deportations that many feared, or enforced the promised Muslim ban. At the same time, the stock market boomed to record highs, wages rose […]

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  • My Response to Bret Stephens

    Posted on July 25, 2017 Dennis Prager

    Bret Stephens devoted his New York Times column last week to admonishing me for my tweet from two weeks ago and critiquing my follow-up column last week explaining the tweet. The tweet reads, “The news media in the West pose a far greater danger to Western civilization than Russia does.” Since he wrote the column […]

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  • Collusion? What About Chinagate and Ted Kennedy’s Outreach to the USSR?

    Posted on July 20, 2017 Larry Elder

    During President Bill Clinton’s 1996 campaign for re-election, several individuals allegedly worked on behalf of the Chinese government to influence the presidential election in favor of Clinton. “Chinagate” began when the Los Angeles Times reported, a couple months before the ’96 election, the following: “The Democratic National Committee has returned a $250,000 contribution from a […]

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