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Traditional Republicans specialize in defense, although poorly, and have little offensive skill. Enter the new star athlete, able to play offense and defense, able to hit and field the ball at the same time, without any assistance from the media.
Today's fourth estate is a joint venture of Democrats and the media. They have teamed up to manage and control whatever is their narrative for the day.
Buyer's remorse may be the new "hope and change."
A recent (and first of its kind) study verifies again what many Christians have long warned about the homosexual lifestyle.
A rich, elite, lefty media starlet urges fellow Latinos to speak out on how they 'overcame discrimination'.
To err is human, but to really foul up you need a computer.
Pew and the media have a history of spinning Pew polls to attack people of faith.
The intelligence community's clown car gets a flat.
Maybe now the increase in urban murders will be called the "Chicago effect."
Barbaric practices victimizing children are occurring even in so-called "moderate" Muslim nations.
I can’t help looking at this issue (and all issues) from the perspective of Jewish law and tradition.
Rex Tillerson? Just take a look at whom Democrat presidents have nominated as secretary of state over the decades.
The media's falling ratings and falling influence are not just a temporary condition.
It's mostly cons. But some good can come out of talking points, too.
The pejorative term “white privilege” has been hurled to date almost entirely against white males.
Some hard lessons form the recent Palestinian truck attack in Israel.
The Boston Acoustics Micro 90 is a capsule example of how business actually works.
Osama bin Laden was an evil man of action – Barack Obama an immoral man of inaction.
Steve Milloy's latest book exposes longtime abuses by the EPA.
Maybe the negotiators have the purest intentions, but that is not going to get them anywhere...again.