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The wrath of Omarosa

Is what we’re seeing a crude pro-Trump political purge to damage the credibility of witnesses and to protect him from special counsel Robert Mueller? Or is America on the verge of understanding the so-called deep state and its intelligence community puppet masters?

Free-speech conservatives, this is your call to arms

Republican politicians and conservative pundits who call themselves staunch defenders of the Constitution have allowed, and at times encouraged, the president to run roughshod over the First Amendment.

Why are European leaders dragging their feet on migration crisis?

Perhaps it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it’s the countries formerly within the sphere of the Soviet Union that are fearlessly rejecting cultural Marxism while much of Western Europe has been completely lobotomized by it.

All hail the queen

She was a towering, once-in-a-generation vocal artist. This is a very sad day.

Democrats have their own foreign espionage problem

Washington is understandably focused on the threat from Russia. But according to FBI director Chris Wray, “China from a counterintelligence perspective represents the broadest, most pervasive, most threatening challenge we face as a country.”

Why in the world is Saudi Arabia sanctioning Canada?

According to a certain logic, it does not matter whether they work: Most sanctions fail anyway. What makes them successful is that Salman has demonstrated that he can impose them in the first place.

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