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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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  • Multiculturalism Trumps Protecting Women from Rape

    Multiculturalism Trumps Protecting Women from Rape

    Since the scores of New Year's Eve sexual attacks on German women by hundreds of men identified as Arab or North African, the left in Germany has faced a dilemma: which to fight for first — women's human rights or multiculturalism? This was the same dilemma that faced British authorities…

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  • Public Responds to Clear-Cut Conflicts of Good vs. Evil

    Public Responds to Clear-Cut Conflicts of Good vs. Evil

    The phenomenal success of the new STAR WARS movie, THE FORCE AWAKENS, highlights an awakening force among the American people: a hunger for stirring stories of good vs. evil. Two Oscar front-runners advanced similar themes: THE REVENANT and SPOTLIGHT focus on good people defying the odds to fight corruption and…

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  • “Tidal Wave of Anger” May Be a Mirage

    Conventional wisdom claims that current campaigns reflect the seething anger of the electorate and the misery of the populace. Yet polling data actually shows an overwhelming majority expressing satisfaction with their personal lives, even if they do worry over the nation's direction. In 2015, Gallup showed 85% saying they felt…

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  • Ross Douthat: Germany on the Brink

    Ross Douthat writes in the New York Times about the Cologne assaults and the refugee crisis in Germany and Europe: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/10/opinion/sunday/germany-on-the-brink.html?_r=0 Brought to you by www.billbennett.com

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  • TROUBLE WITH A “TRUMP-AND-TED” TICKET

    With Donald Trump and Ted Cruz topping most polls, some imaginative activists have already contacted my radio show to suggest that the two leading candidates join forces to run together as a team. After all, “Trump and Ted” has a nice ring to it, and they appeal to the same…

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