Opinion

Can't Get High-Speed Internet? You Can Thank the Government for That
By Maryalene LaPonsie - 3 days ago
Imagine finding the perfect house out in the country. It's the right size in the right location with the right price.Now imagine y
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Foreign National Recruitment Must Stay True to Its Roots Under Trump Administration
By Jeesue Lee - 8 days ago
NOTE: This piece was co-authored by Jennie Kim and Jeesue Lee. Last December, the U.S. Department of Defense suspended the Militar
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Separating the Serious From the Silly in the Sexual Misconduct Debate
By Gregory T. Angelo - 8 days ago
Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore has been credibly accused of indecent conduct with multiple women — at least one of them
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Revolution from Above: How the Dreaded Authoritarian Rule Can Create Sustainable Progress
By Adam Ereli - 9 days ago
If the Arab Spring taught us anything, it is that populist forces once unleashed can lead to widespread disruption and destruction. Eg
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It's Time for a Second Special Counsel to Investigate Hillary Clinton's Handling of Classified Material
By Alex Plitsas - 9 days ago
It has been a little over a year since Hillary Clinton lost the race for the presidency to President Donald Trump.In that time, in
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The Diplomatic Elephant in the Room: Armenia's Russian Oligarch Consul General
By Jacob Kamaras - 10 days ago
It is said that politics makes strange bedfellows. Perhaps diplomacy does as well, even more profoundly.At first glance, Sergei Sa
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How Live-Animal Attractions Benefit Everyone — Including the Animals — As Long as They're Humane
By Robin Ganzert - 10 days ago
Not that long ago, picking a hotel was a fairly uncomplicated — even downright boring — affair. Travelers made choices based on price
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If Comprehensive Tax Reform Is Going to Work, It Must Put America First
By Peter Van Voorhis - 15 days ago
Congressional leaders have promised the final version of their comprehensive tax reform bill will put the American people first, but a
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We Should Be Thankful for Bipartisan Opposition to the Free Speech Tax
By Peter Van Voorhis - 15 days ago
A bipartisan group of 15 senators has come out opposed to Missouri Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill’s amendment to the Tax Cuts and Jo
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Mainstream Media’s Whitewash of Radical Islamic Cleric Fethullah Gulen
By Maayan Jaffe - 15 days ago
Why does the mainstream media insist on portraying radical Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen as a beacon of ecumenism and inter-religious
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Obama Pentagon Holdovers Award Amazon $5B Defense Contract
By Peter Van Voorhis - 24 days ago
Obama administration officials left over at the Pentagon just awarded Amazon, whose CEO, Jeff Bezos, is a close ally of the former pre
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House Tax Bill Would Rejuvenate Forgotten Communities Across the Country
By Chris Stansbury - 24 days ago
The House of Representatives recently passed its tax cut bill, which is exciting news for those who would like to see more of their co
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Will Trump Stop Ted Cruz's Fight for Agriculture Jobs?
By David Williams - 24 days ago
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has demonstrated a sound understanding of a principle the rest of Washington should adhere to: Government should
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Forbes Pushes the Envelope: Promotes Russia-Vassal Armenia
By Alexander Murinson - a month ago
Accuracy in the media is a key issue today. Publications disclaim opinion articles with “Opinions expressed by contributors are their
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FCC Considering Change to Rural Broadband Access: Here's the Issue
By Brian McNicoll - a month ago
One problem with having a political novice as president is the president doesn't necessarily know where all the levers of power are an
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One Woman's Long Journey to Motherhood — And What You Can Say to Parents Who Have Struggled With Loss
By LouAnn Rieley - a month ago
Couples struggling with infertility are well-acquainted with the roller coaster of emotions from abject hopelessness to giddy elation
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House Republicans Shouldn't Buy Into the Left's Class Warfare Arguments on Tax Reform
By Peter Van Voorhis - a month ago
The intended purpose of Reagan-style tax reform is to stimulate economic growth and provide better living standards for all Americans.
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Remembering Roy Halladay: We Only Waste a Moment When We Don't Recognize One
By Jamie Allman - a month ago
I was kind of waiting for my son Aidan to bring this up to me tonight, and sure enough, he did. If he didn't, I would have — but I wou
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Expanding US Engagement With Central Asia
By Margarita Assenova - a month ago
As President Donald Trump is traveling through Asia, China's Belt and Road Initiative, which envisages a $2 trillion investment in the
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Lyndon B. Johnson's Vision for Higher Education No Longer Serves Students
By Virginia Foxx - a month ago
The Higher Education Act of 1965 turns 52 years old Wednesday. To call this legislation groundbreaking would only tell part of its sto
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New Iran Policy in Action
By Nader Uskowi - a month ago
President Donald Trump announced his intention to decertify the Iranian nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action
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Tax Reform Brings Much-Needed Relief to Everyday Americans
By Ronna McDaniel - a month ago
Americans across the country can agree on one simple truth: We could all benefit from a little extra money in our pockets. For mothers
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Identity Politics Take Center Stage in Tight Virginia Gubernatorial Race
By Dee Dee Bass Wilbon - a month ago
Once again, the Democrats called out the big political guns in a race the pundits said would be a landslide.Just one year ago, Hil
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World Series Streaker Puts the 'America' Back Into America's Pastime
By Peter Van Voorhis - a month ago
After weeks and weeks of anti-American kneeling protests at NFL games, fans were well overdue for a true display of patriotism at a ma
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