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David Davenport: Civic Education To Save The Republic

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A recent report reminds us that if the future of the American republic is in question, doing a better job with civic education is the answer. The report for the “ Democracy at a Crossroads National Summit ” provides plenty of reasons for pessimism: people don’t trust their government, they don’t vote, they don’t take part...

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Hugh Hewitt: Senate Republicans And The Logjam On Judicial Nominees

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President Trump recently decried the inability of Congress to approve his court nominees. “We have some of the most qualified people,” he said. “They’re waiting forever on line... it’s not fair.” More than anyone else, Sen. Charles E. Grassley, chair of the Judiciary Committee, methodically frustrates the...

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