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Reagan was great, but it’s now Trump’s turn to #MAGA

Steve Moore, Has Ronald Reagan passed the Republican Party baton to Donald Trump? When I suggested as much a few days ago, critics objected that I was blaspheming the Gipper. They said his ideas of limited government, individual freedom, lower taxes and peace through strength will live on forever. Amen to that. Yes, Reagan’s ideals

Revelations from WikiLeaks release of Podesta emails

The recent leak of emails allegedly belonging to Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman reveals a confidant’s frustration with the former secretary of state’s daughter, former President Bill Clinton “losing it” during a tough 2016 primary contest and a general coziness with numerous members of the media. And much more.  The trove of John Podesta’s emails from

Clinton’s Failed Trade Policies Reap Record Trade Deficit On Same Day AFL-CIO Leaders Endorse

Today the AFL-CIO, the nation’s largest union, endorsed Clinton for president on the same day our nation’s current account trade deficit hit its highest mark in 7 years due to Clinton’s global trade policies. Hillary Clinton has supported virtually every trade agreement that has cost this country millions of jobs and is on the exact

Trump on North Korea, Wall Street regulation, tech stocks

NEW YORK – Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump told Reuters in a wide-ranging interview on Tuesday that he would be willing to talk to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to try to stop Pyongyang’s nuclear program. He also called for a renegotiation of the Paris climate accord and said he would dismantle most of

Fear and Loathing at the Trump Rally

Gavin McInnes, Taki’s Magazine We went to the Trump rally in (sorry, “on”) Long Island Wednesday night and it was a blast. He chose Bethpage, which is a relatively blue-collar town, and the rally was in the same airplane hangar they used to build F-14s in. I was with cabdriver comic Jimmy Failla, who was dressed

Pre-DNC protesters’ sitdown ignored by police

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Hundreds of protesters marched through Charlotte’s central business district Sunday ahead of the Democratic National Convention in a demonstration that was lively but smaller than organizers had touted. About 600 marchers carried signs and banners, banged drums and chanted on a sunny afternoon as part of the March on Wall Street

Spending Cuts and Tax Cuts Should Be an All-of-the-Above Option, Not an Either-Or Choice

I’m in Slovenia where I just finished indoctrinating educating a bunch of students on the importance of Mitchell’s Golden Rule as a means of restraining the burden of government spending.   And I emphasized that the fiscal problem in Europe is the size of government, not the fact that nations are having a hard time

Romney and Ryan Turn the Tables on Obama

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  Mitt Romney‘s selection of Paul Ryan was supposed to be a problem for the Republicans. So said a chorus of chortling Democrats. So said a gaggle of anonymous seasoned Republican operatives. All of which was echoed gleefully by mainstream media. The problem, these purveyors of the conventional wisdom all said, was Medicare — to