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Undermining Trust in Our Institutions

Linda Chavez, President-elect Donald Trump conceded this week that he thinks Russia was responsible for hacking the emails of the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign, though he couldn’t help but add the caveat that it “could have been others also.” Trump’s reluctance to accept the conclusions of the intelligence community on this

Donald Trump is also the Safer Candidate for the Presidency #MAGA

With early voting beginning, Florida Supporters for Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump, where all knocking on doors and hosting sign waivings to get out the vote with less than two weeks until voters in the “Heart of the I4 Corridor” head to the polls to determine who will be the next President of the United

Americans Lack Trust in Government, and in Each Other

Donald Lambro,  America is in trouble. Economically, politically, socially, racially and institutionally. The Federal Reserve flatly refused this week, for the umpteenth time, to hike interest rates because of the still-fragile nature of President Obama’s very weak economy. It is barely growing at a mediocre rate of little more than 1 percent. Business investment is

Obama Economy Continues to Struggle

Donald Lambro WASHINGTON — The declining, perpetually weak Obama economy is nearing the end of its eighth year, a testament to his failed policies that continue to plague the American people. The economy barely grew by a mediocre 1 percent in the first six months of this year, with economists saying it will likely slog

Walter Williams: The Antonin Scalia School of Law

George Mason University School of Law has just been renamed the Antonin Scalia School of Law in honor of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Accompanying the name change was a receipt of a $30 million gift: $10 million from the Charles Koch Foundation and $20 million from an anonymous donor. The combination of

Gallup Poll: 71% Say Founding Fathers Would Be ‘Disappointed’ With America

On Thursday many of us celebrated the 237th anniversary of American Independence. But according to a new national survey, nearly three-fourths of Americans say that the 56 men we remembered — and hopefully celebrated — would be “disappointed” with the way the “American experiment” turned out. Take a look at this graph: I don’t believe