Opinion

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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Real, Robust Science Should Be Above Personal Demonization
By Dr. Joseph Perrone - 2 months ago
On October 21, the New York Times published a story chronicling the frustrations of a now-retired EPA scientist involved in drafting t
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To Win in Afghanistan, US Needs Regional Partners in Eurasia
By Bill Cowan - 2 months ago
As the U.S. is looking to revamp its Afghanistan strategy, stable and reliable allies come handy. Unfortunately, some countries in the
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John Adams Makes the Case: The Choice for Attorney General of Virginia
By John Adams - 2 months ago
The attorney general of Virginia is a vital, if often overlooked, position, overseeing Virginia’s law firm — ensuring our government o
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'Rape Culture' in Crisis: The Connection Between Porn and Sexual Assault
By LouAnn Rieley - 2 months ago
Hugh Hefner died after changing the cultural landscape forever by shattering the boundaries around the recreational use of pornography
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President Trump's Condolences: Clumsy, Yes, But Commendable
By Carolyn Bolton - 2 months ago
President Donald Trump is being criticized for what appears to have been an ill-timed and clumsy call to the widow of Sgt. La David Jo
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Federalism: The Original Cloud Computing Solution
By Kenny Hitt - 2 months ago
In the late 1970s and early 1980s, a quiet war was brewing in the world of technology.Computers and the functions they managed wer
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What Next After Trump's Decertification of the Iran Nuclear Deal?
By Jack Caravelli - 2 months ago
President Donald Trump announced on Oct. 13 his decision to decertify the July 2015 multilateral nuclear deal with Iran, which he has
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FBI Tarnishes What's Left of Its Credibility
By Ted Harvey - 2 months ago
More than a year after the Federal Bureau of Investigation seized on the Russia collusion narrative, the agency has still found nothin
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Journalists Aren't 'Fake News.' They're Patriots
By Neal Urwitz - 2 months ago
On October 16, journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was murdered by a car bomb.She led the research into the Panama Papers, which exp
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Iran Deal: Finding a Better Strategy Must Address Iran's Dark Human Rights Record Too
By Soona Samsami - 2 months ago
While President Donald Trump's intention to not certify the Iran nuclear agreement is on the minds of many Iranians, it's not their on
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How to Prevent the Next Hurricane Harvey
By Peter Seligmann - 2 months ago
The story of Hurricane Nate, thus far, is one of a crisis averted and — thankfully — of prepared Gulf Coast residents. Nate hit Missis
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Tony Katz: I Interviewed President Trump — And He's Not the Guy You See on TV
By Tony Katz - 2 months ago
On Tuesday, I had the chance to attend a radio row on the White House grounds. I set up in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, a
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As a Mom of Three Veterans, Here's What I'd Want Everyone to Focus on If My Child Had Fallen
By LouAnn Rieley - 2 months ago
Controversy is swirling around the phone call President Donald Trump made to the family of Sgt. La David Johnson, who lost his life in
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A Tale of Two Las Vegas Shootings: The One the Left Politicized and What Really Happened
By Ted Harvey - 2 months ago
In many ways, the Las Vegas shooting — the deadliest in modern U.S. history — galvanized the very best of America.The immediate af
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Sexism? Nancy Pelosi Should Condemn the Dem Candidate Who Called Rep. Elise Stefanik a 'Little Girl'
By Garrett Ventry - 2 months ago
We live in a political climate fueled by hyper-partisanship, one where personal attacks are slung instead of good ideas debated. Recen
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The Media Exposes Its Liberal Bias When It Defends 'Free Speech' of Protesting NFL Stars
By Shaun McCutcheon - 2 months ago
The National Football League (NFL) season is entering its fifth week, and NFL players are still disrespecting our national anthem. Las
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The Hyde Amendment Saved My Life
By Deanna Wallace - 2 months ago
Saturday marked the 41st anniversary of the passage of the Hyde Amendment, which codified our nation’s preference for childbirth over
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There's a Third Party Leading America Right Now, and the DC Elites Unknowingly Created It
By Alex Castellanos - 2 months ago
Since Donald Trump took the oath of office January 20th, who has attacked Republicans more, Trump or the Democrats?  The answer is the
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I Was Exiled From a Corrupt Country. Now I'm Running for President So I Can Fire 20,000 Bureaucrats
By Oleksandr Onyschenko - 2 months ago
When I ran away from death threats and political persecution in Ukraine in 2016, I learned that most of the Western world knows a lot
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A Tax on Car Dealership Ads Won’t Stop the Auto Bubble Like Lawmakers Think It Will
By Eric Peters - 3 months ago
Washington excels at unintended consequences. A law gets passed or a regulation is imposed that is meant to do this, but ends up causi
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Yes, Eliminating the Carried Interest Break Will Hurt Wall Street. It Will Also Hurt Main Street.
By Peter Van Voorhis - 3 months ago
As Congressional Republicans and Democrats spar on Capitol Hill over the latest minutiae of tax reform, many representatives on the le
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No, Hugh Hefner Didn't Have a 'Positive Impact' on 'Social Sexual Values'
By LouAnn Rieley - 3 months ago
On September 27, Hugh Hefner, founder of the Playboy empire, died. Some cultural analysts — and celebrities — are hailing him as a pos
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Want to Take a Knee to Make a Difference? Pray for the Family of a Fallen Soldier.
By Kevin Jones - 3 months ago
As a former Green Beret, I am disgusted by the actions of NFL players, coaches and owners this past weekend. Even worse were alleged l
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