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The Curious Suspensions of Tomi Lahren And Andrew Napolitano

Mark Davis, Media suspensions have always fascinated me. In four decades of broadcasting, I’ve seen people benched for offenses large and small, and I’ve usually found the suspensions are not so much a sincere reflection of an employer’s genuinely wounded sensibilities, but rather a positioning statement designed to send a message to the general public.

A Historic Opportunity: Government programs, once launched, never disappear

Cal Thomas, “No government ever voluntarily reduces itself in size. Government programs, once launched, never disappear. Actually, a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we’ll ever see on this earth!” — Ronald Reagan President Trump presents his first budget to Congress today (Thursday). It is, as The Washington Post points out, “historic”

Trump hits MSNBC for ‘FAKE NEWS’ after tax return report

Hours after a much-touted MSNBC “scoop” revealed part of President Trump’s 2005 tax returns — and in the process, undermined the left’s speculation that he was a tax dodger — the commander-in-chief fired back Wednesday morning with another volley of barb-laden tweets. Though Trump was set to hit the road for a stop in Detroit

Trump Voters To Oscar Winners: Shut Up About Politics

Hank Berrien, According to a Hollywood Reporter and National Research Group survey, the ratings for the Oscars will vary depending on how much actors focus on politics when they make their speeches. The poll, conducted among 800 people, found two-thirds of Donald Trump supporters have turned off their TV sets because an actor waxed political,