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  • Ghosting for Donald, The Trump Tower Chats, No. 1

    The setting: Donald Trump's Office, Trump Tower. Monday, June 6, 2016. 4 PM EST. Donald Trump is seated behind his desk. A single camera feeds the shot to all networks that want to carry it. They all want to carry it. “Good afternoon. I, of course, am Donald Trump, and…

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  • We’ve been telling you about the government manufactured…

    We've been telling you about the government manufactured crisis over the desk toy Buckyballs for more than a year. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has put Maxfield & Oberton, the company who manufactures Buckyballs and Buckycubes, out of business, and now they're going after founder Craig Zucker…to the tune…

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  • Fourth Party Prospects for Victory

    Fourth Party Prospects for Victory

    Third party candidacies are generally a waste of time, but this year a fourth party candidacy could capture the White House. Here's how it might work: with Democrats deeply divided, the Bernie brigades might walk out of the convention, with Senator Sanders or someone from his camp running as the…

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  • An Empty Museum for an Empty “Nationality”

    An Empty Museum for an Empty “Nationality”

    Leaders of the Palestinian Authority recently dedicated the Palestinian Museum: a $24 million building meant as “a space to celebrate and redefine Palestinian art, history and culture.” The only problem: the sprawling museum opened with no exhibitions at all—highlighting the troubled nature of Palestinian identity. What is “Palestinian art, history…

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  • “Body Art” and Conservative Values

    “Body Art” and Conservative Values

    New York Times Magazine recently praised the current craze for “artistic” self-mutilation, declaring that “the danger, the fear, the foolishness and the pain of getting a tattoo contribute to the thrill.” A new Harris survey suggests that more than one-in-four Americans have now pursued that “thrill,” with 47% of adults…

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  • Election is Crucial, Beyond Presidential Choice

    Election is Crucial, Beyond Presidential Choice

    Many conservatives feel discouraged at the choice between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump for president of the United States but that doesn't mean we should lose interest in the crucial election this November. Important Senate races in ten different states will impact our future security and prosperity, no matter who…

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  • How Obama’s Lawlessness Fuels Trump’s

    by Brian Fahy & Garrett Fahy As the Obama presidency draws to a close, it's clear the president will more conspicuously ignore our constitutional system and instead rely exclusively on raw executive authority to radically change the country and cement his legacy as the radical-in-chief. That this approach further erodes…

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  • A Response to My Conservative #NeverTrump Friends

    A Response to My Conservative #NeverTrump Friends

    When you differ from people you admire, you have to question yourself. After all, what is the purpose of admiring people if they aren't capable of influencing you? So, I have had to challenge my position — stated since the outset of the Republican presidential debates — that if Donald…

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