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Trump’s Generals Are Too Valuable to Be Dismissed

Victor Davis Hanson, Near-daily gossip surrounds Donald Trump’s three marquee generals. The media sometimes blare out rumors that Gen. John Kelly, the White House chief of staff, is proving to be a loose cannon and might soon be fired. Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, Trump’s national security adviser, is occasionally rumored to be a robotic PowerPoint

Did Dolly Parton Banish “Dixie” Over Political Correctness?

Todd Starnes, Dolly Parton’s famous “Dixie Stampede” just got trampled by a politically correct mob. The popular dinner show with locations in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and Branson, Missouri, will now be called, “Dolly Parton’s Stampede.”  For nearly 30 years, the Dixie Stampede has been a family-friendly dinner show attraction — featuring great food and expert

Marijuana Lights Up the Wrong Way

Andy Schlafly, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is being attacked on both sides of the aisle for rescinding the Obama policy that opened the floodgates to marijuana addiction.  Funded by libertarian billionaires such as the Koch brothers, pro-pot senators like Cory Gardner are demanding that AG Sessions stand down and continue Obama’s misguided policy. Sessions rescinded

Are Iranians Really Protesting Against Islam?

Raymond Ibrahim, What’s behind their social, political, and even economic grievances. What began on December 28 as local protests against high food prices in the northern city of Mashhad, Iran, has spiraled into mass protests consisting of some hundreds of thousands of Iranians in some two dozen cities, including if not especially Tehran, the seat of