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How can the West ever expect Islam to change and reform itself if it is never pressured to do so?
If anyone ran American schools the way the U.S. runs them, we would call it an act of war.
We have a lot more to worry about than offending Beijing with a phone call.
Remember how the Soviets handled their defeat in the Cold War? Now is not the time to get complacent.
And who better to carry it out than the Democrat Angel of Political Death, Rep. Keith Ellison?
The latest state-level attempt to squash Uber could have far-reaching consequences, both in the U.S. and abroad.
Try it sometime.
Those of us who refuse to comply with the left's ever changing and ever more ridiculously unreal versions of nature and humanity must be the objects of never-ending warfare.
Leftists have been voting for Trump for decades, and at last they've succeeded.
The Carrier package of tax incentives Donald Trump helped negotiate is but a down payment on Trump's promise to cut corporate taxes and eliminate oppressive and job-killing regulations.
Today, our grip on space is weakening, with implications for national security, big science, human and robotic space exploration, satellites, and international leadership.
Declaring ISIS as the face of evil is a good move, morally, historically, and strategically.
Next year will be the anniversary of a number of major historical events concerning religion and the Mideast: 500, 120, 100, 70, 50, and 40 – top-heavy with religious, historical, and/or Zionist implications.
President Trump needs to reverse the Obama administration's insistence on seeing Mahmoud Abbas and Fatah as possible negotiating partners for peace with Israel.
Whether or not Trump appoints Petraeus is a major test of his credibility.
Donald Trump has many flaws, more than his fair share, but in this area of being on time and under budget, his track record is close to brilliant.
Donald Trump was able to effectively engage the nation under the centerpiece banner “Make America Great Again,” but his ability to do so as sitting president will require more than a well fashioned political slogan.
Two full professors at prestigious institutions have violated the fundamental tenets of their scholarly vocation and behaved illegally toward students entrusted to their care.
This election shined a light on the inevitable corruption of a government built on two serious misunderstandings.
Barack Obama's cabinet picks had one thing in common: they were all ideological leftists who fell in line with the president's thinking.