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Trump vs. Schumer on Taxes

Star Parker, I’m for making things better for everyone. And the main focus of my work is improving the lives of low-income Americans. So why do I love the tax reform package that President Trump has proposed? Shouldn’t my sympathies be with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who says these tax cuts “makes life easier

Hannity: ‘Liberal Fascists’ Waging ‘Coordinated’ Effort to Silence Conservatives

Kathryn Blackhurst, Fox host rips retracted harassment allegations, warns all right-leaning voices in danger. Fox News host Sean Hannity vehemently condemned the “well-orchestrated effort by the intolerant left” to “silence every conservative voice” in media during his opening monologue on Monday’s “Hannity.” The conservative host told viewers he felt compelled to speak when attorney and

Bill Maher defends Ann Coulter in Berkeley free-speech fight

Liberal political comedian host Bill Maher said the University of California, Berkeley is the “the cradle for f—king babies” after the university caved to pressure and disinvited — and later re-invited — conservative commentator Ann Coulter as a speaker. “Berkeley, you know, used to be the cradle of free speech,” Maher said Friday on his

Coal’s Colossal Comeback

Stephen Moore, Buried in an otherwise-humdrum jobs report was the jaw-dropping pronouncement by the Department of Labor that mining jobs in America were up by 11,000 in March. Since the low point in October 2016, and following years of painful layoffs in the mining industry, the mining sector has added 35,000 jobs. What a turnaround.

Government Makes the Poor Poorer

Stephen Moore, For all the obsessing in Washington over income inequality, why isn’t there more outrage over government policies that exacerbate the problem? There are hundreds of programs that increase poverty in America. Last week, at the Heritage Foundation forum on this very topic, my colleagues exposed many of these programs. Economist Don Boudreaux of

‘Celebrity Apprentice’ vs. ‘The Biggest Loser(s)’: Washington edition

Wayne Allyn Root, It’s happening right before our eyes. President Trump is busy changing the direction of America, while Democrats worry about the color of the curtains in the White House. Remarkably, politics today is like a reality television show. President Trump is “Celebrity Apprentice.” The career Washington politicians are “the Biggest Losers.” Like the

Gorsuch and the Rule of Law

Jenna Ellis, Judge Neil Gorsuch has been confirmed as an associate justice to the United States Supreme Court. Americans on both sides of the aisle should be pleased and proud of the Senate’s confirmation. Sophisticated arguments have been levied back and forth over the propriety of Judge Gorsuch, and liberals and conservatives both claim their

Nuke ‘Em ‘Til They Glow

Kurt Schlichter, The Democrats must learn through pain, specifically the agony of watching Neil Gorsuch take the seat that they stompy-feet insist belongs to Merrick Garland. For too long, they’ve packed the bench with liberal partisans committed to exercising raw power as an end-run around democracy and the Constitution. Well, if raw power is the