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Greg Thornbury: No Questions Allowed

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When Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bret Stephens left the Wall Street Journal editorial board for The New York Times recently, the change raised a few eyebrows. Stephens, who had been very critical of then-candidate Trump, perhaps fit better at the “Old Grey Lady,” in this day and age. Few people, however,...

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Hugh Hewitt: A Victory On The Congressional Review Act

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The mainstream media has been determined to find fault with President Trump’s performance during his first 100 days in office. In reality, a legislative legacy was passing beneath the noses of the Manhattan-Beltway media elites who could not be bothered to learn the wide-ranging implications of the baker’s dozen of...

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Hugh Hewitt: Sea Change

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Sea change. An enormous one. That’s the only way to understand President Trump’s first 100 days — as a breaking from and often a breaking of the Obama presidency, one every bit as turbulent as what’s encountered by a sailing ship going from calm seas into a hurricane. Trump’s first...

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Albert Mohler: Is Assad Evil?

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Scott Simon is one of the most thoughtful commentators on National Public Radio, and in the aftermath of seeing those horrifying images from the chemical nerve agent attack in Syria, Simon offered an important meditation on the nature of evil. Once of Simon’s daughters asked how anyone could commit such...

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Michael Medved: Democrats Repeat The Same Bad Mistakes

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Amid all the evaluations of the first hundred days of President Trump, what about considering the first hundred days of Democrats as the party of opposition? So far, they’ve shown a destructive tendency to repeat the same mistakes that cost them the election in November. • First, they focus exclusively...

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David Davenport: There Is A Trump Doctrine: America First

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For journalists and academics searching to find a Trump Doctrine in foreign policy, it’s right in front of you. It’s called: America First. And what it means is putting America’s national interest in the center of our foreign policy decision-making. It’s not the George W. Bush exporting democracy philosophy, it’s...

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Michael Medved: France and the Collapse of the Left

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French voters won’t pick a new president until May 7th, but the first round of balloting highlights an important international trend, the dramatic decline of the left: •    The candidate of the ruling Socialists finished a pathetic fifth in France, not coming close to the run-off. •    In the most...

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David Davenport: Trump’s First Hundred Days: Doing What He Promised

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Since Franklin Roosevelt, presidents have been evaluated at the end of a hundred days.  Donald Trump drafted his own report card in a campaign speech last fall, saying what he would do in his first hundred days. And here’s the surprising thing:  he’s doing what he said. •    Appoint judges...

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Lanhee Chen: Time To Deliver

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It can be tempting to try to draw far-reaching conclusions about the 2018 midterm elections from the special election results in Georgia’s 6th congressional district, where Democrat Jon Ossoff came close to winning the 50 percent of the vote he needed to capture the longtime conservative seat. But those midterms...

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Albert Mohler: Turkey And The Powerful President

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The President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, recently announced that his government has won a big political victory. In a referendum vote, Turkey has amended its constitution to concentrate power in a single person, namely the president. This referendum reminds us that when human beings are given the choice between...

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Owen Strachan: The Erosion Of Parental Authority

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Charlie Gard is fighting for his life. Tiny Charlie is eight months old and battling a rare disorder called mitochondrial depletion syndrome. His muscles are deteriorating and he is fed through a tube. Recently, a judge it the United Kingdom ruled that Charlie should be taken off of life support....

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Hugh Hewitt: End The “Blue Slip” Tradition

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The appointment of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court was President Trump’s greatest achievement in his first 100 days in office. Now there are 20 vacancies on the federal circuit courts of appeals and hundreds on the district and special courts, but a huge obstacle stands in...

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David Davenport: Why Hasn’t International Law Stopped Chemical Weapons in Syria?

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Where is international law when you need it? The Syrian government has again used chemical weapons on its own people, despite signing the international convention banning chemical weapons as well as a specific agreement to destroy them. So why is this still happening? It’s one thing for countries to sign...

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Albert Mohler: Coptic Christians Embattled In The Middle East

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Two Coptic Christian churches in Egypt were attacked by ISIS affiliated suicide bombers on Palm Sunday. The Associated Press reported that, “the Copts have long been a favored target of extremists—they were struck with a similar church bombing just weeks before the country’s 2011 Arab Spring uprising, and Islamic militants...

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Albert Mohler: Promise Of Easter

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This Sunday is Easter, a great celebration day for Christians. The Church bears a mandate to proclaim the truth that God raised Jesus Christ from the dead. The resurrected Lord gave the Church a sacred commission to take the gospel—the message of Christ’s victory over sin and death—throughout the world....

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