Blogs

  • The West Wins A Round In Israel

    Prime Minister Netanyahu's very decisive win –meh on exit polls everywhere and forever, until we eagerly await their release mid-day on Election day 2016– was a much needed tonic for everyone in the West who prefers a robust national defense policy in every state of the coalition of free and…

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  • Solving The Ugly Left

    Three stories caught my eye yesterday. They are stories of utter failure to recognize that is is possible to do bad in the pursuit of a good. They are stories where the pursuit of self-justification, even with altruistic desires, can result in the most uncharitable of outcomes. They are stories…

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  • The Most Depressing Number about the 2016 Election

    What's the most depressing number concerning the upcoming presidential election? I nominate 11 – why? No – that's not the number of Republicans running for the nomination – actually, we have even more – and it's not the number of hundreds of millions that people will spend in campaigns that…

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  • Lessons from Israel’s Confusing Election

    Lessons from Israel’s Confusing Election

    The Israeli elections look confusing to most Americans, but conservatives should learn important lessons from their results. One of the big questions involves the real chance that the Left-Center coalition challenging Prime Minister Netanyahu could come out a winner, even though all polls show the electorate leaning to the right…

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  • Jeb Bush’s First Really Wrong Call

    According to Nick Corasaniti at the Fix: Regional and partisan differences aside, President Obama, Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin and former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida have at least one thing in common: All are filling out N.C.A.A. tournament brackets this week. […] And on Tuesday, Mr. Bush shared his…

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  • Why UC Students Voted to Remove American Flag

    Two weeks ago, a group of students at the University of California at Irvine removed a U.S. flag from a common area of the student government suite. Shortly afterwards, six undergraduate members of the Associated Students Council of UCI passed a resolution banning the display of the flags of any…

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