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From the White House, President Trump completely controls Iran policy of certification to Congress if Iran meets the relevant conditions of U.S. law and the nuclear accord.
If the government can just take from you what they want, when they want, and then use it however they want, you can’t claim to be anything more than a serf in a land they think of as theirs. It’s up to us to demand reform. These injustices will continue as long as we remain silent.
The sit-in movement spread throughout the South. There was, of course, resistance. Often it was the political system that led the resistance. But, in the end, it was action outside of politics that brought integration to America.
It’s time the State Department works for Donald Trump — and us, not Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Bearing in mind that 62,979,879 Americans voted for the Trump-Pence ticket, is it going too far to say that in turning their backs on the new president these artists are dissing his voters as well?
Require senators to tell constituents where they stand. Folks don’t care about the legislative process or the nuances of proposed statutory language. They know what they were promised and they know what they voted for. They gave the GOP a mandate and they want it fulfilled.
Many words have been written about "Dunkirk," the film by Christopher Nolan about hundreds of thousands of soldiers — most of them British — trapped on that long beach in Northern France with the German army coming to slaughter them.
This week’s expected House vote to add more sanctions on Russia, Iran, and North Korea is a prime example of how little thought goes into U.S. foreign policy. Sanctions have become kind of an automatic action the U.S. government takes when it simply doesn’t know what else to do.
Until and unless Democrats stop seeing business, finance, and free enterprise as targets, villains, and scapegoats, the donkey party itself will end up like dodo birds, or dinosaurs: extinct.
Today, members do not write bills, they do not propose hearings, and they are merely cut-outs for leadership. They spout lots of ideological babble for the consumption of the home folks but do very little other than dial for dollars to get reelected, raising money for the majority.
Even if the Senate passes the Obamacare “repeal” (which probably won’t happen), Barack Obama still wins.
The U.S. must ignore the usual hysterical protests from anti-nuclear activists and modernize its aged, nearly obsolete, nuclear deterrent.
Life insurance rates are near all-time lows due to competition and efficiencies developed by the insurance industry.
Americans are dedicated and patriotic, but they also enjoy their lifestyle. Would they be willing to take a big hit on their budget to buy more locally? Trends are not hopeful.
Supposed "Russian interference" is the Democrats' morning-after poison pill for results of the 2016 election.
The framers of the U.S. Constitution intended that a president could not be indicted unless and until he or she is removed from office.
Please allow me to introduce you to the modern-day version of Rome’s carefree and nonplussed Emperor Nero. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, please stand up.
Quite a few college students across the country who earlier this year had dreams of spending their summer working at a rewarding internship are instead toiling away at fast food restaurants or other similar jobs.
The recent hit piece issued against Sinclair Broadcasting group published by Bloomberg and many mainstream media outlets represent a confusing and largely irrelevant hodge-podge of alarmist prevarication and silly partisan sniping.
So what does all this mean? Al Gore and the mainstream media will continue to tell us that it means more fossil fuel regulations and wind power subsidies are urgently needed to prevent catastrophic coastal flooding. Others will say that those who spread such nonsense are in way over their heads.
The aircraft arrayed around the spacious lawn of Maxwell Air Force Base, home of the Air University, mostly represent long-retired types.
At a town hall for National Security Council staffers last week, their boss, H.R. McMaster, had a message for those assembled.
President Donald Trump's critics view Republican congressmen as his enablers. James Fallows describes their behavior as the most discouraging weakness our governing system has shown since Trump took office.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is worried about the failure of Republican governing reality to match Republican campaign rhetoric.
The ascension of Donald Trump was supposed to change everything in the GOP. As it happens, perhaps one very important thing hasn't: The Republicans may well still be The Stupid Party.
Scarborough claims he’s now an "independent" and maybe that’s true. But somehow I get the feeling he’s "independent" like CNN is "unbiased."
To the surprise of no one, Sean Spicer resigned as White House Press Secretary on Friday.
The incredible success of Mr. Trump’s brilliant campaign slogan to Make America Great Again was rooted not in discrimination, xenophobia or misogyny, as Hillary Clinton’s supporters claimed, but rather in the restoration of the virtue the Federalists thought was necessary to preserve a republic.
Abraham Lincoln said it best, "America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves." 
The violent acts of murder committed this week on the Temple Mount seriously undermine the Islamic claim of holiness.

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