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The Ultimate Christmas Gift

Cal Thomas, Unless you are spending this time of year at a spiritual retreat cut off from TV, newspapers or internet service you cannot escape the blaring music and the marketers attempting to sell you something they promise will bring you happiness and peace. The many definitions of peace seem inadequate at this or any

What If Home Depot Had Refused to Rent A Truck to Sayfullo Saipov?

Robert Spencer, Would any employee dare? John Miller, NYPD deputy commissioner of intelligence and counterterrorism, said Wednesday: “We did extensive outreach to the truck rental business. We visited over 148 truck rental locations in this area. The industry has had a high level of awareness on this matter from the NYPD.” And “Miller said that

Targeted Duke Professor Resigns

Jack Kerwick, Administrative witch hunt drives out respected scholar. That, of all people, Barack Obama recently received the Kennedy Library’s “Profile in Courage” award proves that the latter has about as much to do with recognizing courage as the Nobel Peace Prize, of which the former President was also a recipient, has to do with

Kim, Qaddafi, and Nukes

Daniel DePetris, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is on a focused and important mission to rally the international community and convince very key players—like China—that North Korea’s nuclear weapons and ballistic missile program is no longer something that can be ignored or pushed to the back burner. Unfortunately, Tillerson’s efforts may fall short due to

Iran mass producing domestic main battle tank

Ryan Maass, Tehran formally announced it will begin mass producing its domestically built main battle tank during a ceremony attended by the country’s defense leadership. The ceremony was held on Sunday and was attended by Iran’s Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan. The official spoke highly of the tank’s design, suggesting the new platform’s capabilities rival those