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The Sanders campaign's original story is quickly unraveling.
The volume and tone of the outrage over the lesson led the county sheriff to advise them to close.
He took three tries to get the right answer on the question: "Is killing journalists bad?"
A Sanders staffer improperly accessed Clinton data when the DNC's firewall between campaigns temporarily fell.
He says he was joking, but a LOT of people agree with him.
You don't have your voting rights on a "use them or lose them" basis.
King is facing scrutiny for murky secular finances that were par for the course when he was a pastor.
Can't say they weren't warned.
This isn't the first time he's called for restrictions on certain kinds of speech.
A new law might not be necessary if more courts adopt this legal principle.
Donald Trump's plan to "close down" parts of the Internet is as unworkable as it is unconstitutional.
Their explanation for the suspension is arguably worse than the action itself.
Cruz may soon wish he hadn't made so many enemies in the Senate.
Cruz had a subtle message for religious viewers at last night's debate.
Rubio takes the right positions. Cruz picks the right fights.
Pack it up, folks. The War on Christmas is over.
A new Public Policy Polling survey suggests that Trump voters want to, for all intents and purposes, ban Islam.
Anti-racist college athletes aren't a threat to free speech. Corporatist state legislatures are.
Marco Rubio has been called by his faith to act like a bigot.
In which the National Review takes us on an adventure in Microsoft Excel.