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Trump, Congress Should Halt Transgender Military Policy that Costs Billions

Peter Sprigg, Last year, without any systematic study of the consequences, the Obama administration reversed longstanding policies that excluded those who identify as transgender, on both psychological and medical grounds, from serving in the U.S. military. The armed services immediately stopped discharging existing service members who suffer from gender dysphoria (unhappiness with their biological sex

House passes Kate’s Law, as part of illegal immigrant crackdown

House Republicans took action Thursday to crack down on illegal immigrants and the cities that shelter them. One bill passed by the House would deny federal grants to sanctuary cities and another, Kate’s Law, would increase the penalties for deported aliens who try to return to the United States. Kate’s Law, which would increase the penalties

The National Security Council’s New Pro-Hamas Israel Advisor

Daniel Greenfield, The swamp strikes back against Israel and Trump. Kris Bauman, the National Security Council’s new point man on Israel, believes that the “Israel Lobby” is a threat, that Israel should be pressured into making concessions to Islamic terrorists and that “the Obama Administration must find creative (but legal) ways to include Hamas in

Could Trump Become Education’s Great Liberator?

Robert Holland, President Donald Trump may receive little or no credit anytime soon from within the public-education establishment for potentially easing the dead weight of federal mandates from the pursuit of learning in classrooms across the country. Eventually, though, he might—if his executive order (EO) of April 26 stays true in making it the executive branch’s policy to

A Test for the Trump Coalition

Armstrong Williams, Last week’s wispy vote in the House of Representatives and subsequent haranguing from national party Democrats on the fate of their political opponents create many inflection points for pundits and policy watchers alike. There’s no question both sides will use the vote as a watershed moment for the 2018 election cycle. And while

The Health Insurance Debate Reveals the Endemic Flaws of Our Politics

Young Voices Advocates, Editor’s note: This column is authored by Chris Machold.  As House Republicans revive a revamped Affordable Care Act replacement bill with more support from the libertarian wing of the Republican party, Republicans and Democrats have gone back-and-forth over the impact of the bill on people with pre-existing conditions. As The New York Times noted in a recent review

Young America’s Foundation Sues Berkeley for Squelching Free Speech

Joy Overbeck, The recent disgraceful silencing of conservative star Ann Coulter by the UC  Berkeley high command with the lawless collusion of the town and campus police was just too much for Young America’s Foundation (YAF) the event’s main sponsor. After the school’s anointed snowflake-protectors first agreed to the Berkeley College Republicans (BCR) and YAF