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Trump Needs a Better Test for Healthcare Advisers

Mytheos Holt, As we get ever closer to the one year anniversary of President Trump’s unexpected (and refreshing) rise to power, several of his campaign promises have come into sharper relief than others. Some, the President obviously isn’t interested in compromising on, such as immigration enforcement, nominating conservative judges, or a general refusal to apologize

CUNY Mainstreams Jew-Hatred — Again

Ari Lieberman, A terrorist-supporter’s planned commencement address. The convoluted legal saga of Rasmea Odeh is thankfully nearing its end. On April 25, the convicted murderer and fraudster pled guilty in federal court to committing immigration fraud and violating 18 U.S.C §1425(a) which criminalizes knowingly procuring naturalization contrary to law. She will be stripped of her

Reform the Tax Code Now!

Cal Thomas, Thanks to the beneficence of the federal government (and the calendar), we Americans have until midnight on April 18 to file our income taxes. It’s too bad filing taxes wasn’t an easier process. President Trump has pledged to reform our tax code, which, to most people, currently reads like a foreign language. Trump

Trump Adviser: No Neocon Shift, ‘Not the Bush Administration’

Edmund Kozak, Gorka says president made pragmatic call on Syrian strike, suggests little risk of escalation. Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to the president, said on Friday morning that President Donald Trump’s populist supporters need not fear that the decision to strike a Syrian government target last week represents an embrace of neoconservatism. “It’s not a modification,”