Trump Runs Afoul of GOP Orthodoxy on Taxes

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Byron York on Bill Bennett’s Morning in America argues that The Donald has tapped into the anti-establishment feeling and exudes leadership qualities that attract a whole lot of people. This puts Trump at the top of the polls and allows him to take positions that the Republican Party has not...

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Sheriff Blames Killing of Officer on National Backlash

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Sheriff Ron Hickman said at a press conference Saturday “When rhetoric ramps up to the point where cold-blooded assassination has happened, this rhetoric has gotten out of control. We heard ‘black lives matter.’ All lives matter. Well, cops’ lives matter too, so why don’t we drop the qualifier and say...

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Thornbury: The X-Factor in the 2016 Contest

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As we look towards the 2016 Presidential election, a recent Quinnipiac poll released yielded some surprising results: If Vice President Biden was the Democratic candidate, he would beat Donald Trump by eight points, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush by six points and Senator Marco Rubio by three points. In head-to-head...

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China Is Tanking and the Dawn of the Second Nuclear Age

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Michael Medved talks with the Heritage Foundation’s Steve Moore about China’s financial woes and how they affect America. Gordon Chang, author of “The Coming Collapse of China,” speaks with Bill Bennett. Tom Cotton fears that the path America is taking with Iran makes a second nuclear age more likely. General...

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Medved: Political Malpractice

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The GOP is currently divided—with a narrow faction arguing that we should abolish birthright citizenship, even though real-world chances of achieving this proposed change register at close to zero. Some legal scholars may challenge the common understanding that the 14th Amendment grants citizenship to anyone born in the U.S., but...

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Is Saying “American” Now A Problem on Campus?

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A faculty and student committee at the University of New Hampshire has published a “Bias Free Language Guide” and boy (oops I can’t say that), is it a doozy! “American” is a problematic word there now, along with mothering, fathering, illegal alien, older people, rich person and poor person.  As...

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