College Campuses Have Become Breeding Grounds for Anti-Semitism

The entrenchment of anti-Israel hostility on college campuses across the United States has become a disturbing trend. And that hostility has contributed greatly to a rise in anti-Semitic incidents on campuses.

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The Obama-Biden Bromance Faces Its Toughest Challenge Yet

Joe Biden is getting ready to run for president. Ahead of an expected campaign announcement in April, the former vice president is looking for ways to distinguish himself in the Democratic primary among the sizable field of candidates—perhaps by pledging to serve only one term, or naming Stacey Abrams as his running mate, or announcing a slate of high-profile endorsements out of the gate.

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Why Germany Should Love a World Dominated by America

Which country is more powerful: Russia or Germany? At first glance, the question seems random. Why those two countries? And what is the point of asking? As it turns out, the answer reveals why an American-dominated world order is so important to preserve.

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The Real Reason the Media Constantly Gets Everything About Trump Wrong

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The Washington Post has found the “real reason” why President Trump is supposedly “constantly losing in court.” But one has to read down to graf 15 in the story to learn it’s because Democratic appointees are (brace yourselves) ruling against the president.

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The Democratic Party’s War on ‘Norms’

Most Democrats think Donald Trump’s presidency is a critical threat to American democracy. One oft-cited reason is Trump’s reckless disregard for institutional “norms”—written and unwritten precedents that have long governed the way our democracy operates.

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Associated Press Fans the Flames of Dubious Ferguson ‘Body Count’ Conspiracy

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During the 1990s and early 2000s, the “Clinton body count” conspiracy was all the rage. Perhaps you got the same chain email I did: did you know over 50 individuals connected to President Bill Clinton have died in mysterious circumstances?

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The Middle East’s New Cycle of Violence

No one knows for sure what will happen in the Middle East over the next several months, but there are enough signs to suggest that history is about to rhyme.

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2020 Candidates as March Madness Mascots

March Madness is upon us. Unfortunately, so is the Democratic primary. Both are tournaments of sorts, involving lots of drama and heartache, casts of colorful characters, and tedious commentary. Both involve varying degrees of capitalism and meritocracy. Neither March Madness nor the Democratic primary are very important, in the grand scheme of things, because we …

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How the Progressive Movement Has Institutionalized Anti-Semitism

The progressive movement has actually institutionalized anti-Semitism, entrenching the virus’ key features as doctrine.

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Democratic Superstars Get Away with Questioning the Integrity of Elections

Andrew Gillum and Stacey Abrams were 2018 runner-up candidates for governor in the country’s third- and ninth-largest states, are considered “rising stars” in the Democratic Party, and are engaging in “horrifying,” “shocking” rhetoric that is “threatening our democracy.”

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Beto O’Rourke Stayed Up All Night Partying, But Decided to Run for President Anyway

Beto O’Rourke launched his presidential campaign with all the grace and apparent preparation of a college student who stayed up all night before a big exam getting drunk at a Guided By Voices cover band concert.

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Hamas, Netanyahu Agree: Now Is Not the Time for War in Gaza

Hamas and Benjamin Netanyahu can agree on one thing at least: now is not the time for a war in Gaza.

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How China and Russia Could Defeat the U.S. in War

Despite maintaining military supremacy—albeit by a smaller margin than in recent decades—the U.S. could still lose wars against China and Russia, both of which have developed concepts of defeating a more powerful America in armed conflict.

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Alternative Beto O’Rourke Vanity Fair Covers

Having failed to make it as a blogger, Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke, best known for his failed Senate campaign against Ted Cruz, has decided to run for president. Vanity Fair is first out of the gate with an exclusive profile, which is eerily similar to the one they published of John Edwards back in 2008. “Man, …

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The Second Coming of Beto O’Rourke

We all witnessed the death of Beto O’Rourke’s political career. “I will not be a candidate for president in 2020,” the Democrat said rather definitively after losing the Texas Senate race in November, and to most that was the end of it. But truly, he has risen again, so sayeth the Gospel of Vanity Fair.

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