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  • Persuasion Tip from the Best Possible Source

    “If you would win a man to your cause, first convince him that you are his sincere friend. Therein is a drop of honey that catches his heart, which, say what he will, is the great highroad to his reason.” -Abraham Lincoln Springfield, Illinois February 22, 1842 Brought to you…

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  • Richard Perle – Rebecca Costa

    Richard Perle – Rebecca Costa

    Richard Perle is a political advisor and lobbyist who worked with the Reagan Administration as Assistant Secretary of Defense. In 2001, Perle served as the Chairman of the Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee under the Bush Administration. He is a member of several think-tanks such as the Washington Institute for…

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  • National Review, Donald Trump and Moral Bank Accounts

    National Review, Donald Trump and Moral Bank Accounts

    National Review's special issue, “Against Trump” was courageous and important. There is no way to do good in this world without risking making enemies. That National Review was prepared to do that — among its own readers, no less — in this day of great financial challenges to newspapers, magazines,…

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  • Lesson from Nature: Do Better than Dogs

    Lesson from Nature: Do Better than Dogs

    The New York Times recently reported on new research of the origin of dogs, with unexpected lessons about the vital connection between family values and self-reliance. Dogs are closely related to wolves – so close, in fact, that dogs and wolves can interbreed easily and some scientists don't even accept…

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  • Primary Victories Won’t Guarantee Nomination

    Primary Victories Won’t Guarantee Nomination

    On the eve of the first caucuses and primaries of the campaign season, Donald Trump's popularity remains potent and impressive and he looks likely to win most, if not all, of the early contests. But if he does, he'll still probably fall short of an actual majority of delegates: proportionality…

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  • Ralph Nader – Rebecca Costa

    Ralph Nader – Rebecca Costa

    Ralph Nader is an American political activist and a five-time presidential candidate. Nader is known as a consumer advocate, first recognized in 1959 for his criticism of the automobile industry in an article he wrote for The Nation called “The Safe Car You Can't Buy.” Time magazine has twice named…

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  • Ann Coulter – Rebecca Costa

    Ann Coulter – Rebecca Costa

    Ann Coulter is a lawyer, conservative social and political commentator, and author. In 1999, Coulter worked as a regular columnist for George magazine, and her syndicated column for Universal Press Syndicate began appearing throughout conservative websites. She has been a legal correspondent for MSNBC, and appears regularly on television and…

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