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Constitutional Ignorance — Perhaps Contempt

Walter E. Williams, Hillary Clinton blamed the Electoral College for her stunning defeat in the 2016 presidential election in her latest memoirs, “What Happened?” Some have claimed that the Electoral College is one of the most dangerous institutions in American politics. Why? They say the Electoral College system, as opposed to a simple majority vote,

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

Manafort sues Mueller and Rosenstein Russia probe goes way too far

Catherine Herridge, Bill Mears, Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his legal team are suing Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, alleging the Russia probe has gone beyond the scope of the special counsel regulations, according to an 18-page civil complaint filed with the district court in Washington. “The investigation

President Trump Poised to Recognize Jerusalem As Israeli Capital

Joseph Klein, President Trump is reportedly ready, according to senior U.S. officials, to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital immediately, while delaying the U.S. embassy’s relocation from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem for another six months. The president missed the Monday deadline for signing a six-month waiver to a law requiring such relocation and is said to have directed his aides

Groupthink in Academia: The Will to Submit

Jack Kerwick, “Groupthink” is a phenomenon that social psychologists know well.  It was in 1972 that Irving Janis first coined the term, and since this time the concept of groupthink has been applied to the study of decision-making in various contexts. However, all too rarely have scholars analyzed academia in terms of groupthink.  Yet there

New missile testing shows all of the US in range of North Korean regime

Lloyd Billingsley, Rocket Man Puts World On Edge!  At 3:17 a.m. Wednesday, with no advance notice, North Korea launched its first ballistic missile since September, but this one was different from the others. After launch from Sain-ni near Pyongyang, the Hwasong-15 soared some 2,800 miles into space and flew for nearly an hour before descending.

The Soros District Attorney-Buying Binge

Matthew Vadum, An investment from the subversive billionaire can cripple local law enforcement for years. Left-Wing currency manipulator George Soros’s push to radically reshape the judiciary and elect extremist district attorneys across the country to weaken law enforcement and protect lawless sanctuary cities is bearing fruit. Soros has been pouring money into local elections because

New York City: Hub For The Deadly “Fentanyl” Drug Trade

Michael Cutler, “Sanctuary” policies attract foreign drug traffickers, fugitives and terrorists. The mission of the immigration elements of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is, in part, to protect America and Americans from aliens who pose a threat to national security and the safety and well-being of those who are in the United States. DHS is