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Dear Mr. President. I have some more friendly but important advice for you. It's not about your itchy twitter finger or your golf game.
In his first annual message to Congress, John Quincy Adams, among the most experienced and intellectually formidable presidents, warned leaders against giving the impression that "we are palsied by the will of our constituents."
Given that Pyongyang has had nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles for more than a decade, why the panic now? Because North Korea is headed for a nuclear breakout.
Bill O'Reilly's downfall has led to plenty of schadenfreude in the media, but I'm not sure the right lessons will be learned out of this sad episode.
Every American administration takes a while to settle into a basic approach to the world. President Trump's team has had a rockier start than most, with many important positions in every key agency still unfilled.
Passive neglect has been pervasive in Philadelphia for decades, cementing the city’s reputation as one with no promise of a renaissance. The numbers bear that out.
"You all start with the premise that democracy is some good. I don't think it's worth a damn. Churchill is right. The only thing to be said for democracy is that there is nothing else that's any better. . . .
The debate over the death penalty can be infuriatingly dishonest. Consider the April 17 broadcast of Fox News Channel's "Special Report with Bret Baier" (a show on which I am an occasional commentator).
Two years into his campaign as change agent in this conservative oil kingdom, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman appears to be gaining confidence and political clout to push his agenda of economic and social reform.
Why not send a man to Mars? According to The Wall Street Journal, NASA is working on a new Orion Space Launch System with Boeing and Lockheed Martin as the main contractors. This will be a mammoth rocket heavy enough to send men to outer space.
Remember all those warnings not to normalize Donald Trump's presidency? Well, it looks like when it comes to Iran, the presidency has started to normalize Trump.
In the first few months of this year, illegal border crossings have dropped precipitously. It is an early proof of concept that yes, it is possible to secure the border and a victory, even if a provisional and incomplete one, for President Trump's enforcement agenda.
What if our belief in self-government is a belief in a myth? What if the election of one political party over the other to control Congress changes only appearances?
Kim tried a missile test the other day, worrying the world. That test fizzled, and fizzling is extremely embarrassing to crazy dictators. Fizzling tends to trigger them.
This week, the national media and national Democrats claimed a premature victory in the Georgia sixth congressional district special election, which they saw as a referendum on President Trump.
As the chaotic manhunt in Massachusetts was ending the Kermit Gosnell trial was marginalized into an afterthought by many. Most media outlets completely ignored the case.
The key to guarding your assets and protecting your heirs is to have an experienced estate tax lawyer, a seasoned CPA, and a top notch insurance professional working together.
Amazingly, America was not an aesthetic backwater before President Lyndon Johnson launched the NEA and NEH in September of 1965. Indeed, the generation that preceded these agencies witnessed a florescence of innovation, quality, and beauty in both elite and popular culture.
It's important that intelligence voices be heard. As the public loses faith in the media, who are they going to turn to? Hollywood? Better to turn to expert Americans with unique, real experience. Let’s listen to the cop, the infantryman, or others. Americans want to hear these voices.
The Gospel mends, rejunvinates, and restores life to arid souls. It helps us to find joy in everything. Joy comes from within, and is not achieved by living on the surface, but by penetrating the deep needs of our souls through God. Joy is a permanent quality of the soul.
There’s a new sheriff in town as of Inauguration Day, and he’s got a new deputy who appears to be leading an effort to chip away the net neutrality rules that were adopted one year ago. The deputy is Ajit Pai, and he’s the new chairman of the FCC.
Recent polls put the number of France's undecided voters at one-third of the possible electorate. Le Pen is trending upwards in the most recent polling, not leveling off to consolidate her support. This is the true sign of a big winner in the making, the undecided may be coming to her.
Trump is currently isolating himself and his legislative agenda. If this misguided outreach continues, before his term ends Trump will be just another ineffective politician holed up in the Oval Office with his temporary friends: the phone and the pen.
We have officially run out of problems, America.
Candidate Donald Trump promised to withdraw from the Paris climate change accords, citing the fact that, without approval from Congress, foreign bureaucrats will be able to control America’s energy use.
Take three global brands: GM, Qualcomm, ISIS. Which one have you heard the most about recently? Most likely, you answered ISIS. That’s not just because of the threat they pose.
The president would be wise to determine if voters think he's successfully shifting from campaign mode.The 2016 presidential election was unlike any other. Donald Trump could score political points by being a president who can lead them through difficult times. Trump voters care about change.
I don’t recall these and other defenders of black women in the media and political world creating any uproar when former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice or Mia Love, R-Utah, the first black woman elected to Congress, were the objects of vile racist slurs and comments.
A Hamas front group hosted a conference in Rotterdam recently, as Dutch authorities denied pro-Israel activists from protesting the event.
Congress should authorize the president to take military action against Iran’s nuclear weapon’s program if it were to cross red lines. The benefits of enacting such legislation are clear.

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