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A Question of Lawful Authority

Robert Knight, Baseball season gets underway this week, a welcome distraction from the political battles in Washington. Meanwhile, the U.S. Senate is warring over the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.  The Republicans say he’s a stellar nominee, a judicial umpire who calls balls and strikes as he sees them.  Democrats, led by New

CBS Anchor Under Fire for Censoring Hannity Interview

Shepard Ambellas | Infowars, Ted Koppel: an enemy of a transparent and vibrant media marketplace. CBS Sunday Morning special contributor Ted Koppel is well-known for his promotion of state-sponsored talking points during his 25-year long career as the anchor of ABC’s Nightline. Now Koppel is back in the headlines after interviewing Fox News’ Sean Hannity

Like Jackson, Trump is an Intensely American President

Newt Gingrich, President Trump gave a historic speech last week honoring President Andrew Jackson. True to current form, the media largely either missed or maligned it. During his visit to the Hermitage, Jackson’s home and final resting place in Nashville, Tennessee, President Trump paid respects to his predecessor on Jackson’s 250th birthday. He was the

America, this is the most important political story of the year

Many Americans voted for Donald Trump because they feared that a Democrat winning the White House would appoint yet another liberal judge to the Supreme Court. In recent times, the court has often ruled on politics — not the law. Many Americans fear that, including this one. Mr. Trump nominated 49-year-old Neil Gorsuch from Colorado,

The Teflon Don Grinds Down #TheResistance

Kurt Schlichter, History will record that once upon a time there was something that called itself #TheResistance, and it was President Trump’s bestest buddy because it provided him the cover to ruthlessly dismantle everything Barack Obama and Team Libfascist tried to build. Whining, virtue signaling, and figuratively choosing to die on strategically insignificant hills while

Given a Choice Between Fear and Apathy, I’ll Take Fear

Jonah Goldberg, Dystopia is in the air these days. George Orwell’s “1984” is selling like hotcakes — if hotcakes still sold well in this low-carb world. Is the president to blame? I think historians, no doubt working from their subterranean monasteries, bunkered from the radioactive wasteland above, will note that dystopianism, apocalypticism and other forms