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Our Broken Moral Compasses

Walter E. Williams, As George Orwell said, “some ideas are so stupid that only intellectuals believe them.” Many stupid ideas originate with academics on college campuses. If they remained there and didn’t infect the rest of society, they might be a source of entertainment, much in the way a circus is. Let’s look at a

Being Bullied? Knowing Your True Enemies

Sheena Sharma, Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer. It took me years to understand the depth of this trite-as-ever quote. Most of the time, we’re incapable of comprehending certain philosophies until we’ve endured them firsthand. Sure, it makes sense to keep your enemies close, so you can keep tabs on them and seek revenge

Trump’s Immigration Reforms Would Empower the Individual

Rachel Marsden, Immigration policy is like dating policy: It sets boundaries for how one expects to be treated. Western countries have been in an unspoken competition to come across as the least uptight about immigration. Meanwhile, countries that take a hard-line approach to immigration are viewed like a controlling boyfriend rather than someone who simply

Is Trump Entering a Kill Box?

Pat Buchanan, Given the bravery he showed in stepping out front as the first senator to endorse Donald Trump, Jeff Sessions deserves better from his boss than the Twitter-trashing he has lately received. The attorney general has not only been loyal to Trump and his agenda, he has the respect and affection of ex-colleagues in

Miscellaneous Media Musings

Laura Hollis, 1. Dear Media: Despite your hysterical obsession to drum up a reason to impeach Trump, most voters don’t care about Russia. They don’t care, because they know you don’t really care. If government integrity truly mattered to you, then you’d have been upset about the Obama administration’s lies about Obamacare,its lies about Benghazi,