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  • Another Fatal FBI Fumble in Florida By Michelle Malkin

    A sickening act of youth violence in Florida glinted across the news headlines last week, and then disappeared from view.   

  • Climate Exit By John Stossel

    President Trump's pick to be the new secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, is not a fan of the Paris climate agreement, the treaty that claims it will slow global warning by reducing the world's carbon dioxide emissions. Politicians from most of the world's nations signed the deal, and President Obama said "we may see this as the moment that we finally decided to save our planet."

  • Who's Afraid of Mergers? By Stephen Moore

    Donald Trump is producing the kind of shoot-the-moon economic recovery that we last saw under Ronald Reagan in the 1980s. He's copied a lot from the Reagan playbook: Deregulate; cut taxes; promote American energy. He should also think about adopting another Reaganite initiative: Let American companies grow, merge, restructure and become more profitable so they can compete on the global stage.    

  • Did Putin Order the Salisbury Hit? By Patrick J. Buchanan

    Britain has yet to identify the assassin who tried to murder the double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury, England.

    But Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson knows who ordered the hit.

  • Democrats Should Run On Impeachment By Ted Rall

    Democrats are already counting their electoral chickens for the midterms - but their unwillingness to lay out a clear agenda may be about to hand the party their second devastating defeat in two years.

  • Is the GOP Staring at Another 1930? By Patrick J. Buchanan

    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.

  • Democrats Can Take the House, if They Just Pick Conor Lamb Over Hillary Clinton By Michael Barone

    What if they held a special election and nobody won? That's more or less what happened in southwestern Pennsylvania, in the special election to fill the vacancy in Pennsylvania's 18th Congressional District.

  • Are Republicans In More Special Trouble? By Kyle Kondik
    Assessing upcoming House specials in Arizona and Ohio after Lamb’s upset in Pennsylvania
  • Look Homeward, 'Change Agents' By Michelle Malkin

    Here is my homework assignment for all the fist-clenching, gun control-demanding teenagers walking out of classrooms this week (and next week and next month) to protest school shootings:

  • Lies About Trade By John Stossel

    Maybe Donald Trump is such a powerful communicator and pot-stirrer that other countries, embarrassed by their own trade barriers, will eliminate them.

    Then I will thank the president for the wonderful thing he did. Genuine free trade will be a recipe for wonderful economic growth.