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Grassley Follows the Money to Find Dossier Source  

Dan Boylan, Washington TimesIn February, Chuck Grassley looked out his Senate office window at Washington's cold, unforgiving winter sky, then shook his head in disgust. The seven-term Republican from Iowa and Senate Judiciary Committee chairman had hit a wall.

2017-04-25 21:54:42
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The Problem With the March for Science  

Jeremy Faust, SlateHundreds of thousands of self-professed science supporters turned out to over 600 iterations of the March for Science around the world this weekend. Th ...

2017-04-25 20:43:54
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Roger Stone and the Trump-Nixon Connection  

Jeffrey Toobin, The New YorkerA new Netflix documentary about Stone, the political provocateur and Trump ally, contains a timely message about Richard Nixon's lasting influence on Republican politics.

2017-04-25 18:56:14
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Obamacare Repeal Needs a Direction  

Bobby Jindal, Wall Street JournalFocus on reducing the costs of health care, and more Americans will end up getting covered.

2017-04-25 15:11:50
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A Better Goal for Trump on Health Care  

Peter Orszag, BloombergRather than renew their failed effort to repeal and replace Obamacare, President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans should move on to another aspect of health care: the need to contain costs and improve value.

2017-04-25 14:42:37
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5 Suggestions to Help Dems Connect With 'Most People'  

Sonny Bunch, Free BeaconI have to say, of all the recent polling I've seenâ??conducted after months of relentlessly negative coverage of Republicans in the White House and Congress alikeâ??this remains the most shocking:

2017-04-25 14:24:02
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Sorry, Governor Dean: Hate Speech Is Free Speech  

Glenn Reynolds, USA TodayI tell my constitutional law students that there are a couple of statements that indicate that a speaker is a constitutional illiterate who can safely be ignored. One is the claim that the Constitution views black people as 3/5 the worth of white people (actually, it was all about power in Congress, with slaveowners wanting black people to count 100% toward apportionment so that slaveowners would get more seats in Congress, and abolitionists wanting them not counted a

2017-04-25 13:58:02
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Another Government Shutdown Approaching  



2017-04-25 13:31:34
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Trump's Border-Wall Fantasy Is Crumbling  

Eugene Robinson, Washington PostWASHINGTON -- In the annals of pathetic climbdowns, this Sunday morning tweet from President Trump deserves a special place of honor, or perhaps dishonor:"Eventually, but at a later date so we can get started early, Mexico will be paying, in some form, for the badly needed border wall."To put those weasel-words in context, let me ask a question of all you small-business owners out there. If a customer brings some merchandise to the cash register and promises that

2017-04-25 10:33:36
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100 Days of Rage for the Troubled Democratic Party  

Gabriel DeBenedetti, PoliticoBy most traditional measures, the Democratic Party hit rock bottom at the outset of Donald Trump’s presidency.

2017-04-25 10:02:45
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For the Left, Socialism Denial Is Holocaust Denial  

Robert Tracinski, The FederalistCracknell posted a half-hearted apology, and I don’t want to be too hard on him, because in all likelihood he is simply not very bright and just needs to refrain from speaking in public ever again. This is unfortunate for him, since he has ambitions of running for Parliament.

2017-04-25 09:46:01
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A New Political Reality for France  

Julia Amalia Heyer, Der SpiegelNever before in the six-decade history of the Fifth Republic have French voters so thoroughly rejected establishment parties. In this new political reality, only one thing is certain: There are no certainties.

2017-04-25 09:37:16
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Gutting EPA Is a Threat to Our Health  

Rhea Suh, RealClearPoliticsDecades ago, industrial pollution caused the Cuyahoga River to catch fire in Ohio. Smog blanketed cities from one end of America to the other. Chemical pesticides were sickening people and poisoning...

2017-04-25 09:22:36
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Liberal Effort to Silence Differing Views Must Be Fought  

Sean Hannity, Fox NewsIn his 'opening monologue' Monday night, FNC host Sean Hannity made the argument that there is an orchestrated effort to silence conservative media voices around the country -- that is now targeting him.

2017-04-25 09:11:43
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Nukes + Nuttiness = Neanderthal Deterrence  

Victor Davis Hanson, National ReviewHow can an otherwise failed dictatorship best suppress internal dissent while winning international attention, influence—and money? Apparently, it must openly seek nuclear weapons. Second, the nut state should sound so crazy and unpredictable that it might just use them, regardless of civilization's deterrent forces arrayed against it.

2017-04-25 08:31:49
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Iran on Notice  

Lee Smith, The Weekly StandardLast week the Trump administration sent a letter to House speaker Paul Ryan to certify that the Islamic Republic of Iran is in compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, commonly referred to as the Iran nuclear deal. On the campaign trail, Donald Trump had called it the worst deal ever negotiated and promised it wouldn't stand if he made it to the White House. What gives?Trump supporters and others who opposed Barack Obama's signature foreign policy in

2017-04-25 08:08:34
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Dwindling Time for U.S. Action as N. Korea Hoards Bombs  

Sanger & Broad, NY TimesWASHINGTON — Behind the Trump administration’s sudden urgency in dealing with the North Korean nuclear crisis lies a stark calculus: a growing body of expert studies and classified intelligence reports that conclude the country is capable of producing a nuclear bomb every six or seven weeks.

2017-04-25 07:20:07
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Venezuela Mired in Protests, But Maduro Still Isn't Listening  



2017-04-25 06:35:34
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The Trouble With Emmanuel Macron  

James Poulos, The WeekEmmanuel Macron, a French technocrat running an independent presidential campaign to put political distance between himself and his fellow established elites, edged out insurgent nationalist Marine Le Pen in the most closely watched French election of many Americans' lifetime. Macron nabbed nearly one-fourth of the vote in an 11-candidate field, followed closely by Le Pen. Now he'll face her one on one in the May 7 runoff. But the partisans of the West's mushy middle &mdas

2017-04-25 06:25:46
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Why You Should Listen to This Trump Supporter  

Richard Berman, Washington TimesLike the old E.F. Hutton commercials, there are some people who, when talking, are worth stopping what you're doing and paying attention. Mr. Marcus, the co-founder of The Home Depot, which revolutionized the hardware store industry, is one of those people. His recent endorsement of President Trump's achievements during his first 100 days as president is worth considering and echoing.

2017-04-25 06:09:34
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Trump's 100 Days Wound Republicans  

Juan Williams, The HillThis Saturday marks President Trump’s 100th day in office. On Day One, after listening to Trump’s inaugural address, former President George W. Bush reportedly said: “That was some weird s--t.” The GOP establishment still holds that view after 100 days of President Trump. And Democrats are also offering “We Told You So” looks to all who voted for Trump

2017-04-25 05:58:15
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Barack Obama Is Betting Young People Can Save His Legacy  

Jeff Stein, VoxObama said Monday that getting young people into politics is the

2017-04-25 05:42:27
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Forget the Critics. Trump's Off to a Successful Start  

Marc Thiessen, Washington PostDespite the best efforts of the White House “PR apparatus” to sell the president’s first 100 days as a success, the New York Times declared in an editorial, the new administration has, in fact, been plagued by “many missteps” including a “bungled sales job” on his first major legislative initiative and a “snakebit” confirmation process, all of which have produced “a flurry of articles bemoaning the lack of

2017-04-25 05:36:02
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College Administrators Right to Reject Hateful Speakers  

Aaron Hanlon, New RepublicAs graduation season approaches, colleges across the country are locking down commencement speakers to address the class of 2017. Harvard got Mark Zuckerberg (a Harvard dropout). Hillary Clinton is speaking at Wellesley, Bernie Sanders at Brooklyn College. Joe Biden will speak to my seniors at Colby. But if this year is anything like last, other invitees will prove more controversial, sparking another round of debates over “no-platforming”: the practice of

2017-04-25 05:13:55
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Can We Finally Stop Pretending Bill Nye Is a 'Science Guy'?  

Brandon Morse, The BlazeDon't get your dinner from a &

2017-04-25 04:28:34
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On April 29, We March for the Future  

Bill McKibben, The NationIt is hard to avoid hyperbole when you talk about global warming. It is, after all, the biggest â?¨thing humans have ever done, and by a very large margin. In the past year, we've decimated the Great Barrier Reef, which is the largest living structure on Earth.

2017-04-25 04:25:04
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The Media Bubble Is Real and Worse Than You Think  

Shafer & Doherty, PoliticoWondering how reporters missed the Trump wave? We crunched the data on where they work and how fast it's changing. The results should worry the country.

2017-04-25 04:23:04
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The Guide to Becoming Jared Kushner  

Ben Walsh, Huffington PostA 36-year-old cipher who is responsible for everything.

2017-04-25 04:08:55
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College Administrators Are Right to Reject Hateful Speakers  

Aaron Hanlon, TNRAs graduation season approaches, colleges across the country are locking down commencement speakers to address the class of 2017. Harvard got Mark Zuckerberg (a Harvard dropout). Hillary Clinton is speaking at Wellesley, Bernie Sanders at Brooklyn College. Joe Biden will speak to my seniors at Colby. But if this year is anything like last, other invitees will prove more controversial, sparking another round of debates over “no-platforming”: the practice of opposing

2017-04-25 03:46:17
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The Trouble With Emmanuel Macron  

James Poulos, The WeekEmmanuel Macron, a French technocrat running an independent presidential campaign to put political distance between himself and his fellow established elites, edged out insurgent nationalist Marine Le Pen in the most closely watched French election of many Americans' lifetime. Macron nabbed nearly one-fourth of the vote in an 11-candidate field, followed closely by Le Pen. Now he'll face her one on one in the May 7 runoff. But the partisans of the West's mushy middle &mdas

2017-04-25 02:54:33
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Sorry, Governor Dean: Hate Speech is Free Speech  

Glenn Reynolds, USA Today

2017-04-25 02:53:38
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Media Can Have Their Dinner; Trump Will Eat Their Lunch  

J. Cashman, Boston HeraldPresident Trump is once again trolling the media — and looking to turn tables on the big mockfest they had planned for him — by skipping the White House Correspondents' Dinner Saturday.Instead of spending the evening getting skewered by a hostile Fourth Estate and a politicized comedian, Trump has opted to throw a party of his own with thousands of his supporters in Pennsylvania.He tweeted, Next Saturday night I will be holding a BIG rally in Pennsylvania. L

2017-04-25 02:25:45
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Dems' Unity Tour Was Kind of a Mess--and That's OK  

Joan Walsh, The NationThe Democratic National Committee's Unity Tour is over, and the reviews are in: Most journalists panned it. At a 'Unity' Stop in Nebraska, Democrats find anything but, wrote The New York Times. Is Dem unity tour tearing the party apart? asked MSNBC's AMJoy.

2017-04-25 02:10:38
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Obama's Iran Deal Much Worse Than We Suspected  

David Harsanyi, The FederalistBarack Obama didn't just undermine our allies with the Iran dealâ??he undermined his own Justice Department's 30-year counterproliferation efforts.

2017-04-25 02:10:32
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Ann Coulter Is Exploiting Berkeley, Safety Be Damned  



2017-04-25 02:10:30
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Trump's First 100 Days Has Wounded Republicans  

Juan Williams, The HillThis Saturday marks President Trump’s 100th day in office. On Day One, after listening to Trump’s inaugural address, former President George W. Bush reportedly said: “That was some weird s--t.” The GOP establishment still holds that view after 100 days of President Trump. And Democrats are also offering “We Told You So” looks to all who voted for Trump

2017-04-25 02:10:22
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The Nativist vs. The Globalist  

Elizabeth Zerofsky, The New YorkerMarine Le Pen's close second-place finish on Sunday was the culmination of a forty-five-year battle by the National Front Party.

2017-04-25 01:36:50
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Guess What Else Obama Gave Away in the Iran Deal?  



2017-04-25 01:35:46
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The Problem With the March for Science  

Jeremy Faust, SlateHundreds of thousands of self-professed science supporters turned out to over 600 iterations of the March for Science around the world this weekend. Th ...

2017-04-25 01:26:59
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Forget Critics. Trump's First 100 Days Are a Success.  

Marc Thiessen, Wash PostDespite the best efforts of the White House “PR apparatus” to sell the president’s first 100 days as a success, the New York Times declared in an editorial, the new administration has, in fact, been plagued by “many missteps” including a “bungled sales job” on his first major legislative initiative and a “snakebit” confirmation process, all of which have produced “a flurry of articles bemoaning the lack of focus

2017-04-25 01:08:27
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Clinton Doesn't Deserve All the Blame for Democrats' Failure  

Jonathan Tasini, CNNThe psychodrama of the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign chronicled in campaign accounts now coming to light has a fascinating parallel to the obsession over Vladimir Putin's real or imagined election role. Specifically, it's a distraction from a deeper, systemic weakness of the Democratic Party. Aside from the titillating internal campaign anecdotes, nothing revealed in the new book, "Shattered," surprised anyone closely engaged in the 2016 elections, particularly those

2017-04-24 21:16:25
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Sessions' Island of Reaction  

E.J. Dionne, Washington PostImagine if I began a column about Attorney General Jeff Sessions this way: "I really am amazed that an attorney general who hails from a former Confederate state in the Deep South can issue a series of orders wrecking efforts to reform police practices, cutting back on voting rights and restarting the war on drugs."

2017-04-24 19:13:30
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Trump vs. Obama: A Study in Contrasts  

Roger Kimball, PJ MediaA full recitation of the differences between Barack Obama and Donald Trump would fill a book. Since this is a blog, not a book, I won't assay that gargantuan task. But I wanted to say a word about two of the things that have repeatedly struck me about the differences between the two men.

2017-04-24 18:37:39
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The French Election Is Macron's to Lose  

Scott Sayare, The AtlanticEmmanuel Macron, a 39-year-old centrist and ex-banker with a friendly lisp, who has improbably succeeded in casting a program of modest and highly technical economic reforms as a rousing project of French and European renewal, is France's presumptive next president. He will face Marine Le Pen, the 48-year-old leader of the far-right National Front, whose program of nativist populism would see France exit the European Union and all but halt immigration, in the final rou

2017-04-24 16:55:27
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By Trashing Mexico, Trump Hurts the U.S.  

Robert Zoellick, Wall Street JournalWithout Nafta, American businesses would lose protection from populism south of the border.

2017-04-24 16:42:21
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Trump's 100 Days: An Executive Success  

Byron York, Washington ExaminerOf course Donald Trump over-promised for his first 100 days. What presidential candidate hasn't? During last year's campaign, Trump spoke frequently of all the things he would do almost immediately upon entering the Oval Office. He'd repeal Obamacare, reform the tax code, destroy ISIS, build a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, fix the nation's roads and bridges, take care of veterans, deport criminal illegal immigrants, and much, much more.

2017-04-24 13:39:21
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Warren Stumbles Out of 2020 Gate  

Colin Reed, Boston HeraldThe 121st Boston Marathon may be in the record books, but the starting gun for another grueling race just went off in Massachusetts: U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren's 2020 bid for the White House.Sure, Warren denies it. But like Hillary Clinton before her, she is using the release of her latest book — her 11th for those keeping score — to wade into the presidential waters.

2017-04-24 13:01:12
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Trump's First 3 Months Point Way to 3% Growth  

Roger Kimball, American GreatnessThe great nineteenth-century man of letters William Dean Howells once made a remark that I have long cherished as a sort of personal motto: “The problem for a critic,” Howells said, “is not making enemies, but keeping them.” A critic who does not make enemies is unlikely to be doing his job, inasmuch as criticism is the application of discrimination to human activities and such activities, by definition, will fall short of the ideal. A cr

2017-04-24 12:57:08
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Parties Unify Against Le Pen: 'This Is Deadly Serious Now'  

Adam Nossiter, NY TimesBut that remarkable accomplishment is so alarming to so many in France that as soon as the preliminary results were announced at 8:01 p.m., virtually all of her major opponents in the 11-person race called for her defeat in the second-round runoff on May 7. They implored their supporters to vote for the candidate projected to come out on top on Sunday, the centrist, pro-European Union former economy minister Emmanuel Macron, a political novice and outsider.

2017-04-24 12:44:04
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EU Breathes Easy, But Politics as Usual No Longer an Option  



2017-04-24 12:31:57
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What 'Snowflakes' Get Right About Free Speech  

Ulrich Baer, New York TimesAt one of the premieres of his landmark Holocaust documentary, “Shoah” (1985), the filmmaker Claude Lanzmann was challenged by a member of the audience, a woman who identified herself as a Holocaust survivor. Lanzmann listened politely as the woman recounted her harrowing personal account of the Holocaust to make the point that the film failed to fully represent the recollections of survivors. When she finished, Lanzmann waited a bit, and then said, &ldquo

2017-04-24 12:20:58
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The Politics of Migration: From Blue to Red  

Kotkin & Cox, RealClearPoliticsDemocratic “blue” state attitudes may dominate the national media, but they can’t yet tell people where to live. Despite all the hype about a massive “back to the city” movement and the supposed superiority of ultra-expensive liberal regions, people are increasingly moving to red states and regions, as well as to suburbs and exurbs.

2017-04-24 12:19:03
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Donald Trump Isn't Learning From His Mistakes  

David Gergen, CNNAs they brace for harsh media attacks on their first 100 days, President Donald Trump's team points out with justification that other presidents have stumbled, too. John Kennedy had a disaster with the Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba. Bill Clinton slipped and fell in a controversy over gay people in the military. The George W. Bush team failed to pay sufficient attention to intelligence warning of terrorists hijacking airplanes.

2017-04-24 11:56:18
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How Trump Could Make Your Drugs Cheaper...If He Dares  

Daniel Malloy, OzyFor the more than 3 million Americans infected with potentially deadly hepatitis C, a relatively new cocktail of drugs is considered a miracle cure. The problem: Gilead Sciences’ list price is $84,000 for a 12-week treatment. From Martin Shkreli’s Turing Pharmaceuticals jacking up the AIDS drug Daraprim from $13.50 per pill to $750 in a single day to Mylan’s allergy-fighting EpiPens rising from $100 to $600 in just a few years, Americans are getting sick of a

2017-04-24 11:32:18
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Trump's Disruptive Presidency Gets Its Sea Legs  

Judd Gregg, The HillNo president in our time has gotten off to a more disruptive start than Donald Trump. The Trump presidency began with an inaugural speech that was a proclamation of pessimism. Its only redeeming quality was that it was short. This was followed by the debacle of the executive orders on immigration. There is logic for these kinds of orders, in terms of strengthening safeguards on immigration from nations identified as sanctuaries for terrorism. But the administration did not d

2017-04-24 11:07:03
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Sorry, College Kids, There's No Such Thing as Hate Speech  

John Davidson, FederalistFor the sake of campus protestors and their professors across the country, it’s time to make something clear: there’s no such thing as hate speech. That should go without saying, since freedom of speech and free inquiry is supposed to be what college is all about. But the recent spate of violent student protests, from the University of California at Berkeley to Middlebury College in Vermont, have been met with a collective shrug from an alarming number of co

2017-04-24 10:28:04
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The Left's War on Science  



2017-04-24 10:20:32
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I Support All Schools That Put Students First  

Betsy DeVos, Cleveland Plain DealerSchool choice is pro-parent and pro-student. It isn't anti-public school. Many students attend great public schools, writes U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, who is visiting the Van Wert City schools in northwest Ohio today.

2017-04-24 10:15:59
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Obama From the Rearview Mirror  

Robert Borosage, The NationBarack Obama's stature will grow ever more impressive in the rearview mirror. We already miss his dignity, his grace, and his intelligence. His presidency was largely a competent, no-drama, scandal-free administration, and it will only gain in esteem as we gag on a presidency rotting, like a fish,...

2017-04-24 09:41:26
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How Financial Collapse Steeled Gary Cohn for White House  

William Cohan, PoliticoAnyone who has ever worked for a Wall Street investment bank knows what it takes to get to the top of one: cunning, smarts, an ability to produce revenue and Machiavellian political skills. And that’s why it’s really no surprise, if you think about it, that two longtime former Goldman Sachs executives—Gary Cohn and Dina Powell—are finding their influence, and access, rising inside Donald Trump’s increasingly polarized White House.

2017-04-24 09:30:27
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Obama's Hidden Iran Deal Giveaway  

Josh Meyer, PoliticoWhen President Barack Obama announced the “one-time gesture” of releasing Iranian-born prisoners who “were not charged with terrorism or any violent offenses” last year, his administration presented the move as a modest trade-off for the greater good of the Iran nuclear agreement and Tehran’s pledge to free five Americans.

2017-04-24 09:02:57
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Is Sanders Helping or Hurting the Democratic Party?  

Paul Waldman, The WeekBernie Sanders is not a party man. He's not even a Democrat. Despite having run for the Democratic nomination for president, he adamantly retains his status as an independent. Yet there's no denying that Sanders continues to have an effect on the Democratic Party, and right now he and Tom Perez, the chair of the DNC, are traveling the country on a "unity tour" that seems to be displaying something less than perfect unity. So what effect is Sanders really having on the part

2017-04-24 07:13:11
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How to Build Resilient Kids, Even After a Loss  

Sheryl Sandberg, New York TimesTwo years ago, in an instant, everything changed for my family and me. While my husband, Dave, and I were on vacation, he died suddenly from a cardiac arrhythmia. Flying home to tell my 7-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son that their father had died was the worst experience of my life. During that unimaginable trip, I turned for advice to a friend who counsels grieving children. She said that the most important thing was to tell my kids over and over how much I

2017-04-24 06:58:08
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Why Are Democrats Fighting Each Other Over Abortion?  

Bill Scher, RealClearPoliticsSen. Bernie Sanders does not consider himself a Democrat, so it’s not surprising that his headliner role in a Democratic Party “unity tour” did not generate much unity. But it is surprising that he managed to create a rift over abortion rights, since the issue has not divided Democrats for years. Abortion did not separate Sanders and Hillary Clinton in the 2016 primaries. Abortion was not the reason Clinton came up short against Donald Trump. Intra

2017-04-24 06:40:09
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Congress Can Easily Keep the Obamacare Market Stable  



2017-04-24 05:58:43
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Remembering Kate O'Beirne  

John O'Sullivan, National ReviewWhen the late Robert Bork was received into the Catholic Church only a few years ago, his two godparents were Kate O'Beirne and me. He was amused enough by this to say to Kate that he felt that he was becoming an Irish Catholic rather than a Roman Catholic. Beware the sin of pride, Bob, responded Kate.

2017-04-24 05:37:25
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Trump Probably Won't Defy Midterm Gravity  

Nate Silver, FiveThirtyEightThe midterms will probably be rough for Donald Trump and Republicans next year. Here’s the main reason we know that: They’re almost always rough on the president’s party. It’s one of the most consistent regularities in American politics. Usually it’s a question of whether the damage is pretty bad, really bad or catastrophic.

2017-04-24 04:23:07
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France's Presidential Election Goes Populist  

Jacob Heilbrunn, The National InterestSo much for Donald Trump’s prediction, in a tweet, that a terrorist attack on the Champs-Elysees would have a “big effect” on the outcome of the election. Trump’s last-minute intervention may well have backfired given the fear and loathing that he inspires in much of Europe. One Macron supporter told ABC News tonight, “Trump gave us the energy we needed.”

2017-04-24 04:17:32
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A Republican Health-Care Reprieve?  



2017-04-24 03:16:38
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Zombies of Voodoo Economics  

Paul Krugman, New York TimesAccording to many reports, Donald Trump is getting frantic as his administration nears the 100-day mark. It’s an arbitrary line in the sand, but one he himself touted in many pre-inauguration boasts. And it will be an occasion for numerous articles detailing how little of substance he has actually accomplished.

2017-04-24 03:06:50
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How Trump Can Help the Cops  

Heather Mac Donald, City JournalDonald Trump vigorously defended law enforcement during his presidential campaign. He pledged to restore order to the nation’s cities—where violent crime is surging—and to reinvigorate the rule of law. His appointment of conservative Republican senator Jeff Sessions as attorney general was a strong signal that Trump’s words were more than campaign rhetoric. Now that the Trump administration and the Sessions-led Justice Department are up an

2017-04-24 02:23:34
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Democrats Double Down on Losing Left-Wing Path  

Kurt Schlichter, TownhallLook Democrats, speaking sincerely as your friend, understand that everyone who says you need to take a deep look at yourselves is a racist, sexist, homophobe who wont even ask about your preferred pronoun. Whatever you do, dont you ever change.

2017-04-24 02:07:20
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N. Korean Threats Leave Alliance Countries Little Choice  

Mark Kenny, Sydney MHAustralia normally doesn't need an excuse to join in wars with the Americans. But North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has just given us the best one there is: survival. Self defence is the most basic sovereign obligation a nation has.

2017-04-23 21:38:19
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Budget Cuts Aren't Cruel, the National Debt Is  

Nolan Finley, Detroit NewsContinuing to add to the national debt is the real inhumanity of Trump's budget plan, Finley writes

2017-04-23 21:25:03
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Is It Time to Break Up Google?  

Jonathan Taplin, New York Times

2017-04-23 20:20:52
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To Win the House, Dems Will Have to Stop Fighting Each Other  

Doyle McManus, LATDemocrats seem trapped in an endless loop of their bitter 2016 primary campaign.

2017-04-23 15:02:02
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Ann Coulter's Important Lesson: Appeasement Always Fails  

Derek Hunter, TownhallA line must be drawn, because appeasement only leads to emboldening fascists.

2017-04-23 14:12:07
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Political Correctness Ruining Our Ability to Defeat Terrorism  

Michael Goodwin, NYPAâ??gunman opens fire in Paris, â??killing one police officerâ??and wounding two. Islamic â??State quickly claims responsibility, naming the gunman as a soldier of the caliphate. The savage attack is theâ?¦

2017-04-23 13:53:35
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A Scholar Asks, Can Democracy Survive the Internet?  

Dan Balz, Washington Post

2017-04-23 12:37:30
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Science Made America Great  

Bill Nye, CNNThe US has long respected and promoted science, but science is being undermined by ideological forces motivated to maintain the status quo, says Bill Nye.

2017-04-23 11:42:03
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How Trump Voters Feel About His First 100 Days  

Salena Zito, New York PostLast fall, just weeks before Election Day, I traveled the old Lincoln Highway, from the Appalachian Mountains to the Rockies, to learn the attitudes of voters who lived miles from the off-ramps of â?¦

2017-04-23 11:15:52
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Tech Created a Global Village - and It's a Nasty Place  

Nicholas Carr, Boston GlobeWe live in a time defined not by concord but by conflict.

2017-04-23 09:51:15
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The Handwriting Is on the Wall for Trump's Presidency  

Ron Insana, CNBC

2017-04-23 09:38:11
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Dear NY Times: Thanks for Blowing the Navy's Cover  



2017-04-23 09:32:38
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Trump Admin Gets Ready to Unveil Tax Plan  



2017-04-23 09:31:38
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The Supreme Court Weighs the Church-State Division  



2017-04-23 09:14:17
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In Defense of New Hampshire  

Scott Conroy, RealClearPoliticsAt first blush, 2016 was a disaster for the New Hampshire primary. No result in the event's storied 100-year history challenged the foundations of its mythology quite like Donald Trump's...

2017-04-23 09:13:08
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Berkeley Comes To Its Senses About Free Speech  



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Can Trump Make Canada Put on Its Big-Boy Pants Again?  

Lawrence Solomon, NPCanada wasn't always a snowflake country. In the previous century, we were far more self-reliant â?? economically successful, despite U.S. protectionism we faced

2017-04-23 06:54:44
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A Hundred Days of Trump  

David Remnick, The New YorkerWith his nativist and purely transactional view of politics, he threatens to be democracy's most reckless caretaker.Â

2017-04-23 06:14:53
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The Twists & Turns of France's Strangest Election Ever  

Jon Henley, The Guardian

2017-04-23 05:51:18
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Rise of the Independents?  

Carl M. Cannon, Orange County RegisterAngus King Jr., senator from the great state of Maine, is a sensible fellow who walks around the nation's capital with a perpetually perplexed look. One assumes he's deciding which of America's twoâ?¦

2017-04-23 05:47:01
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Russia Steps Up Its Game in Mideast Diplomacy  

Maxim Suchkov, Al-MonitorSince US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s visit April 12 to Moscow, Russian diplomats and officials have been busy meeting with all the key regional stakeholders in Syria. In just three days, on April 13-15, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov hosted in the Russian capital the foreign ministers of Syria, Iran and Qatar. On April 16, the speaker of the upper chamber of Russia’s parliament, Valentina Matviyenko, traveled to Saudi Arabia.

2017-04-23 05:33:12
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Coal Museum Sees the Future; Trump Doesn't  

Thomas Friedman, New York TimesDid you catch this gem on CNN.com from April 6? “The Kentucky Coal Mining Museum in Benham, owned by Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, is switching to solar power to save money. … Communications director Brandon Robinson told CNN affiliate WYMT that the project ‘will help save at least eight to ten thousand dollars, off the energy costs on this building alone.’”

2017-04-23 04:58:47
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Even in Defeat, Dems Building Hopes for 2018  

James Antle, Washington ExaminerStill, there is an element of truth to the Republican spin after these elections.

2017-04-23 04:26:28
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Why Can't the Clintons Just Go Away?  

Maureen Callahan, New York PostSince losing the most winnable presidential election in modern American history, Hillary Clinton has, among other things: given a series of high-profile speeches, joined Gov. Cuomo at his public unâ?¦

2017-04-23 04:17:18
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How to Best Tax Business  

Gregory Mankiw, New York Times

2017-04-23 04:13:32
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Dems Hunt for a Win in Montana Special Election  

Lisa Hagen, The Hill

2017-04-23 03:38:53
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Trump Eyeing Second Supreme Court Seat  

Lydia Wheeler, The HillTalk is already heating up that President Trump could have a chance to appoint a second person to the Supreme Court.

2017-04-23 03:34:29
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This Earth Day, Remember How Often Alarmists Are Wrong  

Daniel Payne, FederalistToday is the 47th annual Earth Day. On this day, it is worth reflecting on how completely, totally wrong environmental alarmists often are. Few things tell us more about the environmental movement—where it’s been and, more importantly, where it is now—than its dismal track record in the predictive department.

2017-04-23 03:30:50
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