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  • Facebook Incites Violent War on ICE By Michelle Malkin

    Abolish ICE thugs in Colorado want to see the homes and families of immigration enforcement officials set aflame.

  • Good News By John Stossel

    I rarely watch cable news anymore. It's all hysteria, all the time.

    CNN: "We are destroying the planet."

    MSNBC: "The middle class is disappearing!"

  • 'Locked and Loaded' for War on Iran? By Patrick J. Buchanan

    "Iran has launched an unprecedented attack on the world's energy supply," declared Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

  • Renewable Energy Will Only Be Possible With Massive Increases in the Supply of Critical Minerals By Stephen Moore

    The recent threats by Beijing to cut off American access to critical mineral imports has many Americans wondering why our politicians have allowed the United States to become so overly dependent on China for these valued resources in the first place.

  • Fake News, Fake Polls – CNN Edition By Brian C. Joondeph

    It’s been a tough few weeks for CNN. Who knew pushing fake news could be so challenging?

  • Trump Era Not as Extraordinary as Never-Trumpers Think By Michael Barone

    Around Washington, in sundry upscale locales, in large quadrants of the internet, you still encounter lamentations about Donald Trump's takeover of the Republican Party and prophecies of the party's approaching doom. Never-Trumpers are less thick on the ground than among ordinary voters, but they have an echo in affluent southern and southwest suburbs that have switched from Republicans to anti-Trump Democrats. And they're eager to tell you that nothing like this has ever happened before.

  • After Bolton, Trump Goals Remain Unrealized By Patrick J. Buchanan

    The sudden and bitter departure of John Bolton from the White House was baked in the cake from the day he arrived there.

    For Bolton's worldview, formed and fixed in a Cold War that ended in 1991, was irreconcilable with the policies Donald Trump promised in his 2016 campaign. Indeed, Trump was elected because he offered a foreign policy that represented a repudiation of what John Bolton had advocated since the end of the Cold War.

  • Biden’s Challenge: Iowa and New Hampshire By Kyle Kondik

    The schedule advantages Biden’s rivals, although it’s unclear if they can capitalize; NC-9 fallout.


    — Perhaps the biggest threat to Joe Biden is the nominating calendar.

    — Biden is reliant on support from African Americans, but the electorates of the first two states, Iowa and New Hampshire, are almost entirely white.

    — However, even if one or more of Biden’s rivals best him in the leadoff states, they may not necessarily have much appeal to the crucial African-American voting bloc themselves.

  • 7 Dem Debate Questions Jorge Ramos Won't Ask By Michelle Malkin

    These are the rules of the militant open borders media:

  • Better Schools By John Stossel

    With most services, you get to shop around, but rarely can you do that with government-run schools.

    Philadelphia mom Elaine Wells was upset to learn that there were fights every day in the school her son attended. So she walked him over to another school.