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Trump has already announced that America will no longer abide by the Iran nuclear pact unless European leaders agree to "fix the deal's disastrous flaws." (And from the outset, he has been cheered in his hard-line posturing by Pompeo.)
Palestinian representatives called for mass demonstrations Friday to mark 100 days since President Donald Trump officially recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Hundreds of Palestinians took to the streets to riot.
The media’s obsession with Russian collusion and President Trump’s White House has entered its second year.
Franklin Roosevelt was still president when Florida became the first state to embrace right-to-work laws, enshrining the concept in the state constitution in 1944.
Iowa may have fallen for The Music Man, but that’s the last time a fast-talking stranger took advantage of the Hawkeye State.
By Michael Reagan with Michael R. Shannon
Because it is a certainty that Vladimir Putin will be re-elected to another six-year term as Russia’s president the western media has largely ignored Russia’s March 18 elections.
No matter how many children are trotted out demanding that we disarm, the reality is our enemies won’t. And the world will be a more, not less, dangerous place.
It’s hardly a secret that America’s juvenile criminal justice system is failing our youth miserably.
By Vivian D. Nixon and Maggie Lear
Government, private citizens, and businesses both large and small need to stay on top of changes that can prevent infiltration of virtually every computerized device currently in use. 
“The China Hustle” opens nationwide on March 30.
Some believe these laws would have enabled police to take guns away from Nikolas Cruz before he murdered 17 students in Parkland, Florida.
Her critics assert she should be in jail, and The New York Times editorial page wrote about her nomination under the headline "Having a Torturer Lead the C.I.A."
So, government compels licensed centers to provide free advertisements for government-provided abortions.
Last week, just after the sixth anniversary of Andrew's demise, the man who replaced him at Breitbart News, Steve Bannon, launched his blood-and-soil tour of Europe.
Green has never been my favorite color, but I happily wore it each March 17 growing up. Attending Catholic school in the 1950s and '60s meant celebrating St. Patrick's Day with shamrocks and green, even if you weren't Irish.
Hillary Clinton's abhorrent remarks in Mumbai, India, last week warrant our attention because, like it or not, they represent the thinking of a large swath of the modern Democratic Party.
After the victory of Donald Trump in 2016, the GOP held the Senate and House, two-thirds of the governorships, and 1,000 more state legislators than they had on the day Barack Obama took office.
Putin's aggressive use of covert action to settle scores hit an international tripwire after the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in the quiet British cathedral town of Salisbury.
Once the votes were cast, Republicans changed their tune. Suddenly Lamb was, in Paul Ryan’s words, someone who “ran as a pro-life, pro-gun, anti-Nancy Pelosi conservative.” Lamb “ran as a Republican,” said one of Ryan’s colleagues.
With science and technology resulting from our self-centered perception of reality, their capacity to do good to humanity is bound to reach a dead end. If we change our perception of reality to one where we wish for the benefit of all, then we will see breakthroughs.
Only several years ago, with the outbreak of the regional turmoil naively phrased by western media as the “Arab Spring,” Egypt was the epicenter of Mideast instability.
Yesterday, the New York Yankees spent the afternoon in Sarasota, Florida, playing the Baltimore Orioles.
Kudlow will remind Trump that there’s no limit to what foreign capital and American hands can achieve. A leading supply-sider, that puts him exactly where America needs him.
Too many innocents have died at the hands of lunatics. We can’t change the culture of killing anytime soon. The least we can do is honor the victims and their families in the most empathetic, genuine way possible. For once, let’s leave politics at the door.
Let’s not forget that minority votes and presence at the tables count. It will always be a grievous error to overlook and or deliberately exclude participation of a people group because of skin color bias.
I am writing this column on the morning after the special election for Pennsylvania's 8th congressional district, and the race is too close to call. In a district that Donald Trump won by almost 20 percentage points in 2016, too close to call is a surprise to many — especially to Republicans.
The expiration date on this Janus-faced approach to Russia has arrived. The specific moment was on Tuesday after Trump had fired his secretary of state, Rex Tillerson.
But then sober up, for you may not see his likes again. Democrats say there are many Conor Lambs out there. Honk if you’re a Democrat who’s served in the military, holds a respectable job and has an all-American family who’s not been recruited to run.
Based on these facts, I consider Donald Trump another Abraham Lincoln as his efforts have significantly contributed to ending one of the most shameful things in human history, slavery.
Communism, despite its deadly track record, seems to be gaining some support among the young and naïve of the West.
The West Coast is better prepared for whatever mistreatment the San Andreas or Cascadia might dole out. For that reason alone, San Diego might shrug off the same sort of jolt that could conceivably cause quite a bit of damage in Evansville, Indiana, or Jonesboro, Arkansas.
There were many reasons for Conor Lamb’s victory in PA-18 this week but most of the blame lies at the feet of the RNC.
A big part of Cook’s bonuses includes his travel expenses, which came to more than $93,000 in 2017. It's a number that’s bound to increase since Cook was recently told that every trip he takes must be on a private jet.
On a trip to Lebanon, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had some harsh words for Hezbollah, the terror organization that Lebanon’s prime minister is reported to have said is so powerful that it can’t be controlled or confronted by the government.
The freedom of speech has its origins in our humanity. It is a natural right. It exists in the absence of government. By the exercise of normal human reasoning, all rational people are drawn to exercise this freedom.
The news that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would meet with President Trump has strained the prodigious capacity of the Trump Resistance to debunk his accomplishments.
In the aftermath of each school shooting, we grieve for the affected community, pray for the injured, and for the families of lives lost.
Tariffs are arbitrary and regressive taxes which hurt the poorest of the poor. The idea that European leaders will convince Trump of the fallacious nature of this economic belief by engaging in a trade war is plain ridiculous.
Henry George (1839-1897) concluded that both capitalists and workers would benefit if we could abolish the inevitably unequal private ownership of land. Value added to natural resources by labor would be distributed as wages.
Aid to the Church in Need-USA, a Catholic charity I chair that supports and cares for persecuted Christians, recently commissioned McLaughlin and Associates to conduct a poll examining the views of the U.S. Catholics on global Christian suffering.
The vulnerability of Indonesia’s Christians, as well as other religious minorities, is exponentially increasing as radical Islam tightens its grip on the country.
In this age it's imperative that we protect our privacy at all costs. It only takes a hacker a few key-strokes to gain purchase to your personal data. But it also takes just a few keystrokes for one to set up a viable cybersecurity application.
President Trump’s planned 25 percent tariff on steel imports and 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports may provide a temporary boost for those industries, but the tariffs will do tremendous long-term damage to the American and global economies.
It’s obvious that we live in an increasingly atheistic culture.
“Right to Try” is a relatively new way to express our fundamental human “right to life” and the “right to health.”
By Richard S. Bernstein and Matthew Feshbach
The Trump-North Korea talks could end inconclusively, or even dangerously, so the story isn’t over yet. But on the basis of what’s happened so far, it sure looks like Adams was correct. Trump’s tactics, rather than leading to war, have brought the North Koreans to the bargaining table.
Residents of upper Madison Avenue had assumed a new coffee shop war was about to break out.
Nearly every time someone is having a conversation about school shootings and asking, "what’s wrong with our youth," the idea that video games are at least partly to blame is quick to come up.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said something over the weekend that she may want to take back. She told an interviewer that people should “follow the money” to find evidence of foreign influence over U.S. politics.
The Trump-Kim meeting could end-up being nothing or be the beginning of everything.
Today steel manufacturing facilities require a tiny fraction of the human workforce necessary a few decades ago. Technology killed more steel manufacturing jobs than trade. Imposing high tariffs to revive a bygone era misses the mark.
Make your money work as hard as it can for you and call or write your Congressman and Senators and tell them to stop cutting down trees and save your money by supporting passage of Rule 30e-3.
Mayors are harboring and protecting violent criminals, governors are encouraging people to break the law, and teachers believe cops should be disarmed at public school gatherings — the very same place homicidal lunatics target.
This is a president not afraid to challenge conventional pieties. This is a leader prepared to put the national interest higher than any recent administration. This is a man dedicated to restoring an understanding of a simpler time in the nation’s past. He is doing precisely what he promised.
Raucous cheers of “USA, USA, USA” flowed through the crowds at President Trump’s most recent rally to support Republican Congressional Candidate Rick Saccone in Moon Township, Pennsylvania.
With biblical principles stripped away, "A Wrinkle in Time" is essentially a naked attempt at New Age propaganda. It is a fable cloaked in the moth-eaten fabric of cunning deception and hollow self-worship.
No one can doubt the historic nature of the upcoming meeting between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un.
Let’s be wildly hopeful that Kim Jong Un brings more to those discussions than a transparently disingenuous stalling talk tactic to buy time and offer cover for nuclear and ICBM developments purchased with extortion money.
The Arab exodus from Israel in 1948 was the direct result of a genocidal war declared against the newly established Jewish state by all of its Arab neighbors, including the Arabs of Israel... approximately 700,000 local Arabs were displaced. Approximately the same number...
Today is the deadline for me to announce and file my candidacy for the Senate representing the state of California. After careful thought and serious consideration I have reached a critical decision.
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