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Rectifying Obama’s willful mistakes on Cuba, Iran, Israel and others will take some time, but Ambassador Haley is off to a good start.
By Michael Reagan with Michael R. Shannon
George Soros, the billionaire hedge fund manager, recently announced that he will donate $18 billion of his fortune to his philanthropic organization, the Open Society Foundations.
They say that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. So why are advertisers continually listening to activists who want to hurt their promoted brand, when it’s their customers who buy their brand that count?
Procter & Gamble leadership invested a reported $100 million in a campaign to stop activist investor Nelson Peltz of Trian Partners. And what did they get for this spend of shareholder money?
The cost of a suicide bomber is more than the vest, explosives, and nails carried by the terrorist. Monies are paid to those who train them, who drive them to the bombing location, who buy the nails, to the safe houses, and to the recruiters who find the people willing to be bombers, and more.
It’s been just over a week since The Washington Post broke the story of Roy Moore’s alleged sexual misconduct — and the situation has worsened.
Americans throw out up to $218 billion worth of food each year. They may be good for us, but fruits and vegetables are the food we’re most likely to waste.
After the 19th national congress of the Chinese Communist Party in October, one may discern Premier Xi Jinping's vision of the emerging New World Order.
"If men were angels, no government would be necessary," James Madison argued in Federalist 51.
Toward the end of his 12-day trip to Asia, President Trump tweeted, "When will all the haters and fools out there realize that having a good relationship with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing.
I'm an advocate of higher education and all, but so much for assuming that the development of common sense and sound judgment are part of the package.
Nearly two weeks after the double political explosion that rocked Riyadh, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman appears to be doing damage control in ways that may help stabilize Saudi Arabia and the region.
Donald Trump gave a speech this week grading his Asia trip. Not surprisingly, he thought it was a "tremendous success." "Our great country is respected again in Asia," he tweeted.
For the former Trump operative, the Alabama Senate candidate's tattered credibility is a feature, not a bug.
We are seeing how an informal protection racket for powerful men works as candidate Roy Moore refuses to withdraw from the Alabama Senate race in the face of gruesome sexual assault charges.
With the various proposals for estate tax changes being floated in Congress recently, and with the scheduled increases already in place for 2018, many people have been asking whether or not it is necessary to be looking into effecting estate planning changes at this time.
By Richard S. Bernstein and Thornton M. “Tim” Henry
In 1963, a Florida Democratic congressman entered into the Congressional Record a list of 45 goals leading to the takeover of the United States by the Communist Party.
When the Lord comes, we must be ready. We are not summoned to be unprepared. Be alert for the Lord’s coming in the many unexpected happenings of your day-to-day lives. Look around you and see what you must be ready for.
Being a broadcast media owner is a privilege that comes with great responsibility. I believe broadcast owners recognize this and the importance of factual and unbiased news reporting.
Never before has so much been possible, yet with so little results. If the Republican Party doesn’t wake up, soon the Grand Old Party will be just that. Old.
Every American faces an inescapably binary choice between the Republican Party, headed by President Trump, and the Democrat Party, headed by Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi.
Perhaps Donald Trump’s persistent accusation of media bias is beginning to resonate with the American people.
Making Obamacare voluntary will land Republicans on the moral and rhetorical high ground. Those who want Obamacare may have it. Those who don’t may go elsewhere. Let Democrats defend a federal law that forces Americans to buy something they do not want and taxes those who resist.
2017 may go down as the year that sexual scandals rocked America.
If there were justice in Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe would be removed from power by a free and fair election. The promise of the independence struggle Mugabe led 40 years ago could finally be fulfilled.
While others in my family are already planning Christmas Eve dinner, I am still having a hard time wrapping my head around the fact that Halloween has come and gone.
The Trump administration is nearing the completion date for its "Nuclear Posture Review." It must redress myriad, serious problems with our deterrent arsenal and its delivery systems
Attorney General Sessions' appearance before the House Judiciary Committee this week was nothing but a show for Russian collusion conspiracy theorist Democrats practicing what they are very good at, sophism.
The Department of Justice will soon commence an investigation to determine whether there should be an investigation (you read that nonsense correctly) of a scandal involving the Clinton Foundation and a company called Uranium One.
What is being lost as Republicans — the number dwindling every day — defend Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore from allegations of sexually assaulting teenage girls?
When Donald Trump told conservatives last year that they had to vote for him to get the kind of federal judges they wanted, I doubted him.
Everyone may agree with equality, altruism, mutual consideration and kindness. In practice, these ideas cannot be forced, they need to gradually sink in and change us from within if we are to even consider a social structure that applies them.
In his testimony Comey detailed multiple conversations with President Trump. Comey confirmed he told President Trump three times that he was not a target of investigation and testified about President Trump’s firing of him.
Even leftist professors are calling for their institutions to battle extremism, finding their own speech increasingly under attack. That’s not surprising; they’re the ones talking about controversial issues and in greatest danger of saying the wrong thing.
Given the unanticipated election of Donald Trump, it's difficult to determine which establishment faction is more perturbed, liberals or old guard Republicans.
Average Americans see the newsmedia as a mere arm of the radical left and the Democratic Party. Average Americans may not accept all that President Trump tweets or says, but they agree with his view of making America great again.
Americans can no longer afford to get sick and there’s a reason why.
I don’t like Moore as a candidate; I think it is outrageous for any candidate for a serious office to flourish about a firearm at an election meeting, and some of his comments, especially about gays, have been completely unacceptable for a candidate for the U.S. Senate.
If something benefits the general public, it is only right that the general public pay for the costs of that benefit rather than making individual gunshot victims absorb all of the costs themselves.
One of the sticking points to passing generational tax reforms for all Americans is the ability for state taxpayers to deduct their state income tax and real property tax from their federal income tax liability.
I was stunned and saddened by how many of the young Moroccans in the audience nodded in agreement.
Mind you no scientists offering opposing evidence on global warming were involved and, of course, were not eligible for government grants and, for their writings, might even get ostracized.
Over the past several years, for every major ISIS threat online, we’ve seen responses from a variety of Anonymous and Anonymous-related “altruistic hacking” groups online.
Could wartime medical outreach involving Jews, Christians, and Muslims evolve into a hands-on, practical Middle East peace plan?
But for the bomb, the four would be in their 60s, probably grandmothers. Three were 14 and one was 11 in 1963 when the blast killed them in the 16th Street Baptist Church, which is four blocks from the law office of Doug Jones, who then was 9.
Shutting down the Department of Education and returning control of the education dollar to the American people is the key to improving education.
Selling the Donald Trump/Republican tax plan should be awkward for an administration that has made patriotism its central theme. That's because patriotism isn't mostly about saluting the flag and standing during the national anthem.
Credit reporting agencies and lenders like the idea of having access to as much information as they can. Social media obviously contains massive amounts of information on would-be borrowers. The question is whether or not it’s an objective and/or ethical means of measuring credit-worthiness.
I received the call that no one wants to get at 4:49 a.m. on November 1, 2017. My Father was dead. His last days were spent suffering through the worst natural disaster to hit the Island of Puerto Rico in his lifetime.
If Trump can succeed not just in slowing the rate of growth but in actually reducing some of the rules, it’s a real opportunity for addition by subtraction. If Trump himself is identifying it as one of his key accomplishments, it just might be worth listening.
If the LNG deal with China is implemented, it will reduce the U.S. trade deficit, create new jobs, and generate revenue.
On December 12, the voters in Alabama are scheduled to select a new U.S. Senator in a special election to fill the seat formerly held by Jeff Sessions, now the Attorney General, and temporarily held by appointed Senator Luther Strange.
Recall how Democrats united behind Bill Clinton after charges of sexual misconduct and escapades. It’s too bad Senate Republicans weren’t as enthusiastic to pass healthcare legislation as they have been in attacking Moore. It doesn’t take much courage to say he should resign.
While praying for a response to the NAACP wanting to ban the National Anthem here comes the news of a very questionable attack on Judge Roy Moore.
As a businessman, Donald Trump believes in individual accomplishment and creativity and his advocacy of these progressive values threatens the old left-wing order of collective identity and racial resentment.
Our media is obsessed with conspiracies and innuendo. It's passing almost without media notice, but our president is articulating a structure for the international community based on simple principles incorporated into the law of nations since the founding of the republic.
A dark cloud hung over the Atlanta primary election for mayor on November 7. A central issue and question was and remains: Will the citizens in the mayoral election take into account corruption in their government?
While serving as Director of the FBI, Robert S. Mueller III was known for being taciturn, straitlaced, and reluctant to suffer fools. I know because I served under him as a Special Agent for nearly one half of my quarter-century FBI career.
Alabamians have little faith in mainstream media, particularly The Washington Post. As time passes, it's a distinct possibility that even more Alabama voters will support Judge Moore rather than a Democratic candidate, making the GOP Senate nominee still the favorite to win.
No one should doubt that the health of ocean ecosystems must be of vital concern. For exactly this same reason we must be able to place trust in a non-political NOAA to get both its facts and messaging straight.
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