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  • Krauthammer on Kiev

    Charles Krauthammer opened the show today, talking the massacre in Kiev: Audio: 02-17hhs-krauthammer Transcript: HH: There is a huge story developing in Kiev, Ukraine tonight, what may be Eastern Europe's Tiananmen Square unfolding in real time as fires rage. At least nine have been murdered. And I am joined to…

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  • Judges, Hubris, and Same-Sex Marriage

    In 2006, 57 percent of Virginia's voters voted to amend their state's constitution to define marriage as the union of a man and a woman. Last week, U.S. District Judge Arenda Wright Allen ruled the amendment unconstitutional. In 2004, 76 percent of Oklahoma's voters voted to amend their state's constitution…

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  • The House Schedules…Nothing

    Articles yesterday by the Washington Post's Robert Costa and by The New York Times' Carl Hulse and Jonathan Martin emphasize that the Congressional GOP won't be engaging in any “grand compromises” on anything this year. The GOP has retreated to its corner and will wait out the 2014 elections while…

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  • Common Core Gets Knocked –By The Left

    This is the sort of story that ought to give everyone rallying to the defense of Common Core pause. When critics of the Common Core appeared in great numbers on the right, the instinctive reaction of Team Obama and many school districts across the country was to dismiss them. Now…

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  • “Border Security – and Insecurity” By Clark S. Judge

    This week's column by Clark Judge: Border Security – and InsecurityBy Clark S. Judge: managing director, White House Writers Group, Inc.; chairman, Pacific Research Institute Sometimes Washington is beyond clueless. Immigration reform is a case in point. Central to the immigration reform is border security, stopping people from illegally slipping…

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  • White House Protection for Black-Out Drunks

    White House Protection for Black-Out Drunks

    Do American young women deserve a sacred, federally-protected right to engage in reckless, irresponsible and even illegal behavior with no fear of consequences? Vice President Biden seems to think so. After a White House meeting in January to announce a new task force to curb sexual assaults on campus, the…

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  • “I Can Do Whatever I Want”

    That's the quote that Bill Kristol used to title his column that headlines this week's Weekly Standard, which along with 2017 Project , The Ethics and Public Policy Center, AEI, Heritage and other bright spots around D.C. think tanks have been working for a couple of years to drive home…

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