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U.S. Naval facilities are not threatened by 'global warming' or sea level rise

U.S. Naval facilities are not threatened by 'global warming' or sea level rise

Climate alarmists often assert that global warming is a threat to our military and national security. The Navy Times and various establishment media ...

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The New Heroine: Authors rewrite historical female roles by making them think like men

The New Heroine: Authors rewrite historical female roles by making them think like men

Female characters in historical fiction largely played a domestic role, but now feminists would claim that this was not out of choice – they wo ...

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Father Collins: What Trump can do to outfox Deep State conspirators

Father Collins: What Trump can do to outfox Deep State conspirators

As the collusion of Deep State conspirators to destroy Trump and our Republic continues, I cannot help but wonder whether Trump may have remembe ...

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Harvard determines origin of gender pay gap

Harvard determines origin of gender pay gap

Gender pay gap is worse than thought: Study shows women actually earn half the income of men, NBC announced recently in reference to a ...

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Physicans issue petition on Trump administration's gender definitions

Physicans issue petition on Trump administration's gender definitions

Nearly 8,000 signatories have joined an on-line petition to show their support for Trump administration’s definition of gender according to sci ...

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Pat Buchanan: The legacy left by George H.W. Bush

Pat Buchanan: The legacy left by George H.W. Bush

Called in to pitch the final innings of the Cold War, Bush 41 presided masterfully over the fall of the Berlin Wall, the unification of Germany, the ...

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Georgia elected official eschews Bible and Constitution for swearing-in

Georgia elected official eschews Bible and Constitution for swearing-in

A 26-year-old woman who was elected to the Athens-Clarke County commission in Georgia refused to swear on the Bible or the U.S. Constitution at her s ...

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Victor Davis Hanson: Obama foments a perpetual presidency

Victor Davis Hanson: Obama foments a perpetual presidency

Former President Barack Obama recently continued his series of public broadsides against his successor, Donald Trump. Obama’s charges are pa ...

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How she became Michelle Obama: missing the mark with 'voice' and hostility

How she became Michelle Obama: missing the mark with 'voice' and hostility

Michelle Obama's memoir, Becoming Michelle Obama, is being widely read.  Given the current struggle within the Democratic party over who t ...

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Larry Elder: George H.W. Bush deserves better than fake praise

Larry Elder: George H.W. Bush deserves better than fake praise

As with the passing of former President Ronald Reagan, the media are in full praise mode following the death of former President George Herbert Walke ...

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Bill Donohue: God bless George H.W. Bush

Bill Donohue: God bless George H.W. Bush

During the 1988 presidential campaign, I was a Bradley Resident Scholar at The Heritage Foundation. My first book, The Politics of the American Civil ...

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An ancient mystic who speaks to 'spiritual but not religious' modern people

An ancient mystic who speaks to 'spiritual but not religious' modern people

The percentage of Americans who do not identify with any religious tradition continues to rise annually. Not all of them, however, are atheists or ag ...

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Walter Williams: are Americans misinformed or stupid about leftists?

Walter Williams: are Americans misinformed or stupid about leftists?

A recent Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation survey found that 51 percent of American millennials would rather live in a socialist or commu ...

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Evidence of perfume at Armageddon could change history

Evidence of perfume at Armageddon could change history

Three jars dating some 3,600 years in the past were found in Israel at the ancient city of Meggido, the site where the Bible predicts will witness th ...

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Star stuff: may wonder never cease in the cosmos

Star stuff: may wonder never cease in the cosmos

Carl Sagan was an astronomer and astrophysicist, an educator and a dedicated lover of life and learning. He died just before Christmas 1992, when he ...

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Republican-led Congress pushes for more visas for more foreign workers

Republican-led Congress pushes for more visas for more foreign workers

Despite a wave of worker lawsuits -- or perhaps because of them -- a bipartisan push is on in Congress to lift the national caps on H-1B wo ...

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Michael Cook: has science given up on understanding transgenderism?

Michael Cook: has science given up on understanding transgenderism?

The phenomenon of transgender identities is a mystery which has thus far has ...

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When we ask the wrong thing of democracy

When we ask the wrong thing of democracy

As Europe, the United States, and Latin America confront a growing wave of populist discontent, fuelled by a widespread perception that democracy has ...

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Newt Gingrich: remember the very first Americans on Thanksgiving Day

Newt Gingrich: remember the very first Americans on Thanksgiving Day

As you spend time with your families this Thanksgiving, I encourage you to take time to reflect on the courage of the first Americans.

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Pachamama and environmentalists' war on humanity

Pachamama and environmentalists' war on humanity

We live in decadent times. Universal human rights have not been fully attained, yet radical environmentalists insist that flora, fauna and even geolo ...

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Reading poetry to children with a new book: Mr. Mehan's Mildly Amusing Mythical Mammals

Reading poetry to children with a new book: Mr. Mehan's Mildly Amusing Mythical Mammals

If you search the Internet for "reading aloud to children," you'll see a number of results describing the huge benefits to children ...

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Home health aides for the elderly: high demand but poorly paid

Home health aides for the elderly: high demand but poorly paid

As baby boomers age, the demands placed on the country's health care system are ...

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Is virtue something that can be taught?

Is virtue something that can be taught?

How can human society form and raise up virtuous people? In the Summer/Fall 1982 issue of Modern Age, philosopher Russell Kirk explored this peren ...

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Can Democracy be reformed?

Can Democracy be reformed?

Most of us are glad to live in a democracy. Yet, we may also think that our democracy is not representing us, or not functioning well. So, can democr ...

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What Armistice Day means today

What Armistice Day means today

I’m just old enough to remember when my elders still called November 11 “Armistice Day:” the armistice in question that which stopp ...

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Oops! say scientists when retracting report on man-made climate change

Oops! say scientists when retracting report on man-made climate change

According to a new paper published in the scientific journal Nature, two researchers have issued a major correction to a recent study that claimed th ...

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The priest-president of Notre Dame and his 'foreign wives': helping people behave immorally

The priest-president of Notre Dame and his 'foreign wives': helping people behave immorally

There is a public good in having diverse post-secondary institutions. By "diverse," I do not mean the widely-held meaning. Here is the ...

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James Thunder: 'Even Trump' wouldn't do that; but Obama and Clinton did

James Thunder: 'Even Trump' wouldn't do that; but Obama and Clinton did

The dispute in Australia in which President Trump’s name was invoked is this: On October 9, a six-minute light projection used the “sails ...

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Pope Francis and his 'natural sympathy' for communists

Pope Francis and his 'natural sympathy' for communists

In an opinion article published by the New York Times, Cardinal Joseph Zen ze-kiun -- the retired shepherd of Catholics in Hong Kong -- wrote that a ...

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Trump to save millions in federal dollars by challenging China on subsidized shipping

Trump to save millions in federal dollars by challenging China on subsidized shipping

The Trump Administration announced today that it will address the disparity in global postal rates paid by U.S. businesses. The measure will especial ...

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Scientists adjust the date of the destruction of ancient Pompeii

Scientists adjust the date of the destruction of ancient Pompeii

In the ruined city of Pompeii, a recently discovered inscription surprised archaeologists and re-sets the date that until now had been ascribed to th ...

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University of Michigan study reveals whether 'trigger warnings' are effective

University of Michigan study reveals whether 'trigger warnings' are effective

Do you like to see warnings about violent or other distressing content before watching a TV show or movie, or reading a book? New University of Mi ...

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How a gold standard for the dollar protects liberty

How a gold standard for the dollar protects liberty

The idea of a constitution and/or written legislation to secure individual rights so beloved by conservatives and among many libertarians has proven ...

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New study reveals relationship between pesticides and resistance to antibiotics

New study reveals relationship between pesticides and resistance to antibiotics

A new study finds that bacteria develop antibiotic resistance up to 100,000 times faster when exposed to the world’s most widely used herbicide ...

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How Christians and their pastors should prepare for the Persecution

How Christians and their pastors should prepare for the Persecution

Last year an 18-year-old Australian Christian named Madeline was dismissed from Capital Kids Parties after putting an "It's OK to Vote No ...

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Where Democrats' contempt for America is leading

Where Democrats' contempt for America is leading

Democrat officials' opposition to Donald Trump originated during the Republican primary in dislike of his rude verbal style. When he beat heir- ...

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Michiganders catch a shooting star

Michiganders catch a shooting star

Throughout her 18 years at Central Michigan University, Mona Sirbescu, a geology faculty member in earth and atmospheric sciences, has had man ...

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Advances in developing algae as biofuel

Advances in developing algae as biofuel

With $2 million from the U.S. Department of Energy, University of Michigan researchers aim to make the long-touted promise of algae as a biofuel sour ...

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Oldest specialized human tool found in Morocco

Oldest specialized human tool found in Morocco

The oldest well-dated specialized bone tool associated with the Aterian culture of the Middle Stone Age has been identified as an artefact disc ...

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Reassessing President Andrew Jackson

Reassessing President Andrew Jackson

Like all human beings, President Andrew Jackson certainly had his faults: sometimes spectacular, brutal, and violent ones, but is it just t ...

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Keeping kids safe: advances in facial recognition technology

Keeping kids safe: advances in facial recognition technology

Above all, parents want safety and security in schools when they drop their child off each day. Currently, anyone can walk into a school buildin ...

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Diseases of ancient Egyptians revealed

Diseases of ancient Egyptians revealed

Researchers in Sweden used computed tomography (CT) imaging to look at the remaining soft tissue found on an ancient Egyptian mummy's hand down t ...

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One thousand years of jihad

One thousand years of jihad

At a time when Christian youth are taught that Islam means peace, pilgrimage and prayer, and Christian adults are under the impression that Musl ...

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The tax man snoops via aerial drone

The tax man snoops via aerial drone

Authorities in Greece are using unmanned aerial vehicles to fly over sea-going boats in the Aegean Sea as part of a government effort to ferret out t ...

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Warsaw and Auschwitz: words are only the beginning

Warsaw and Auschwitz: words are only the beginning

Politics is about power. Political rhetoric is about control over people's thinking, decisions and behavior. Sometimes power comes from votes, ...

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Government agency, with $7.5B annual budget, funds social justice program for science teachers

Government agency, with $7.5B annual budget, funds social justice program for science teachers

The National Science Foundation, an independent federal agency, has granted more than $1 million so far to Drexel University to "promote social ...

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How U.S. Holocaust Museum distorts historical Holocaust

How U.S. Holocaust Museum distorts historical Holocaust

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has just published a 2019 calendar which focuses on the museum’s new exhibit about Americans’ ...

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How conservatives used C-SPAN to revolt against liberal legacy media

How conservatives used C-SPAN to revolt against liberal legacy media

This is excerpt No. 32 (of 45) from America'Right Turn: How Conservatives Used New and Alternative Media to Take Power, by Richard A. Viguerie ...

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The reality about those who leave Islam

The reality about those who leave Islam

In the immortal words of ‘The Eagles’, the Hotel California is place where you can ‘check out anytime, but you can never leave&rsqu ...

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The old and the new of Islam's war on the West

The old and the new of Islam's war on the West

Today is the seventeenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001, Muslim terrorist attacks on the New York World Trade Center Towers, the Pentagon and ...

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PETA politicizes animal crackers

PETA politicizes animal crackers

The manufacturers of Barnum's Animal crackers, which have delighted children for decades, has redesigned its iconic packaging after falling to ...

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Nazi deported, 14 years after judge issues order

Nazi deported, 14 years after judge issues order

Jakiw Palij, a former labor camp guard in German-occupied Poland and a postwar resident of Queens, New York, has been removed by Immigration and Cust ...

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Author to release updated analysis of the 'god that failed'

Author to release updated analysis of the 'god that failed'

Author Joshua Muravchik, who once shared the idealistic materialism of socialists, told Spero News that he is set to release a new edition of his sem ...

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How to keep the economy human in the age of A.I.

How to keep the economy human in the age of A.I.

Some people think of the new automated economy in terrifying and mechanical terms. In such a vision, machines reign supreme as they work tirelessly, ...

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My Pashtun Rabbi: a search for truth in the Muslim world

My Pashtun Rabbi: a search for truth in the Muslim world

A Jewish American working in the United Arab Emirates fears hostility but finds humanity in this debut memoir, My Pashtun Rabbi: a Jew's se ...

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Ancient Egyptian embalming formula revealed

Ancient Egyptian embalming formula revealed

It is the first time that extensive tests have been carried out on an intact prehistoric mummy, consolidating the researchers'previous findings ...

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Coral reefs to survive possible global climate change

Coral reefs to survive possible global climate change

According to an international team of scientists, the relationship between corals and the micro-algae that enable them to build reefs is much older a ...

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New electronic threat posed by Russia to American troops in the field

New electronic threat posed by Russia to American troops in the field

American troops deployed in Syria are increasingly having to defend themselves against Russian jamming devices and electronic attacks with potentia ...

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YouTube uses WikiPedia 'fact-checks' to overrule climate change skeptics

YouTube uses WikiPedia 'fact-checks' to overrule climate change skeptics

The YouTube video platform, which is owned by Google, is adding so-called "fact checks" on videos produced by climate change skeptics In ...

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The American roots of Nazi eugenics

The American roots of Nazi eugenics

Hitler and his henchmen victimized an entire continent and exterminated millions in his quest for a co-called "Master Race." But the con ...

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What started in a classroom ended up in a gas chamber

What started in a classroom ended up in a gas chamber

In 1803 Thomas Robert Malthus, an English clergyman who was concerned about the origins of poverty, published an Essay on the Principle of Population ...

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Are babies' brains wired according to social class and ethnicity?

Are babies' brains wired according to social class and ethnicity?

For decades, scientists have assumed that the brain circuitry for social behavior has developed over millions of years of evolution and is hardwired ...

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Soros-funded group seeks to squelch climate science debate

Soros-funded group seeks to squelch climate science debate

Before Alex Jones and his InfoWars media was banned by Apple, Facebook, Google, and Pinterest on Monday for alleged “hate speech,” a prog ...

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The political polarization that created The Swamp

The political polarization that created The Swamp

In the first and only political science course I ever took, just over 50 years ago, the first and almost only thing I remember learning was that the ...

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Catholic Church, as 'expert on humanity,' anticipated classification of compulsive disorder by World Health Organization

Catholic Church, as 'expert on humanity,' anticipated classification of compulsive disorder by World Health Organization

Despite debate among experts as to whether the condition is real, the World Health Organization (WHO) has labeled compulsive sexual behavior as a men ...

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Salafism and a history of misunderstanding

Salafism and a history of misunderstanding

Henri Lauzière’s book, The making of Salafism. Islamic Reform in the Twentieth Century, Columbia University Press, New York, 2016,& ...

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Study shows rural Deep South targeted for opioid abuse

Study shows rural Deep South targeted for opioid abuse

American patients in the rural South are more likely to receive opioid prescriptions than patients in the urban North, according to two new studies f ...

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Pat Buchanan: Can tariffs make America great again?

Pat Buchanan: Can tariffs make America great again?

“Make America Great Again!” will, given the astonishing victory it produced for Donald Trump, be recorded among the most successful sloga ...

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Privacy issues raised by 23AndMe data sale to Big Pharma

Privacy issues raised by 23AndMe data sale to Big Pharma

This week, 23andMe -- a company that provides genetic test results to customers -- announced that it is giving the DNA data of their customers to Gla ...

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Diamond and Silk: Dinesh D'Souza says what Republicans need to learn from Trump

Diamond and Silk: Dinesh D'Souza says what Republicans need to learn from Trump

YouTube celebrity Trump-supporters Diamond and Silk interviewed conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza about his new film Death of a Na ...

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Flint, Michigan, kids needlessly stigmatized by reports of 'poisoned' water

Flint, Michigan, kids needlessly stigmatized by reports of 'poisoned' water

Flint, Michigan became the focus of international attention in 2014 and 2015 when lead in the municipal water had politicians and advocates crying fo ...

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Archaeologists find ancient Roman graffiti left by children

Archaeologists find ancient Roman graffiti left by children

Ancient roman murals discovered in France have revealed graffiti that has been attributed to children of the time. Archaeologists and restorationists ...

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101 books Millenials should read before they die

101 books Millenials should read before they die

MercatorNet's book list, '101 books Gen Ys must read before they die', which was published in 2012, long before anyone had ever ...

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Newt Gingrich: Trump challenges America to recoup 50 years lost

Newt Gingrich: Trump challenges America to recoup 50 years lost

Forty-nine years ago, today, we had every reason to believe that Neil Armstrong's "One small step for [a] man," was in fact the first p ...

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The 'curse' of an ancient Egyptian tomb is revealed

The 'curse' of an ancient Egyptian tomb is revealed

More than 2000 years after it was sealed by the ancient Egyptians, archaeologists opened a gruesome black sarcophagus in the city of Alexandria. On Thur ...

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Is there life after Google?

Is there life after Google?

Author and economist George Gilder predicts that cryptocurrency will soon disrupt Silicon Valley giants such as Google. In his new book, "Life ...

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Ancient Irish tomb is 'find of a lifetime'

Ancient Irish tomb is 'find of a lifetime'

In what some are calling the “find of a lifetime,” Irish archaeologists have found a 5,500-year-old megalithic tomb in County Meath, near ...

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Are American women afraid of having children?

Are American women afraid of having children?

Last week, The Upshot (New York Times) reported that women are having fewer children than they would like, mainly because of the worries illustrated ...

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IRS says: Don't try to leave the U.S. until we tell you to

IRS says: Don't try to leave the U.S. until we tell you to

When it comes to human migration, nearly everything we hear nowadays in relation to the United States and Europe is related to immigration into North ...

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Democrats' vision for American judiciary: identity politics becomes identity justice - part 3

Democrats' vision for American judiciary: identity politics becomes identity justice - part 3

This is the third part of a five-part essay. The first part described the Democratic Party's vision for the American judiciary, using the langu ...

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Israel makes advance in lunar probe

Israel makes advance in lunar probe

Israel will launch a spacecraft in December that will land on the moon next February. SpaceIL, an Israeli nonprofit, was founded in 2011 and has rece ...

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Required reading to understand the Land of Israel

Required reading to understand the Land of Israel

Judaism, Zionism and the Land of Israel by Rabbi Yotav Eliach engraves a comprehensive and well documented history of Eretz Yisrael, that is, in my o ...

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Democrats' vision for American judiciary: identity politics becomes identity justice - part  2

Democrats' vision for American judiciary: identity politics becomes identity justice - part 2

This is the second part of a five-part essay. The first part described the Democratic Party's vision for the American judiciary, using the lang ...

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False temp readings led to 'global warming' conclusions

False temp readings led to 'global warming' conclusions

According to veteran meteorologist Anthony Watts, almost all of the recent record-high temperature readings reported for the Los Angeles area were ...

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Newt Gingrich: America, the best is yet to come!

Newt Gingrich: America, the best is yet to come!

Every Fourth of July American embassies around the world share our national celebration of independence with local communities. They are actually ...

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The Declaration of Independence: hate speech?

The Declaration of Independence: hate speech?

Facebook apologized to the Liberty County Vindicator newspaper in Texas after the social media giant flagged a post of the text of the Declaration of ...

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Newt Gingrich: see the dinosaurs around you

Newt Gingrich: see the dinosaurs around you

Look outside your window and you will probably see dinosaurs. They are flying, hopping, chirping, and perching on trees. You call them birds, but the ...

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Psychologist Jordan Peterson points Canadian PM in direction of U.S. Constitution

Psychologist Jordan Peterson points Canadian PM in direction of U.S. Constitution

During an appearance at the Oxford Union Society, author Jordan B. Peterson offered advice to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Peterson -- a p ...

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Newt Gingrich: Trump and America's innovation agenda

Newt Gingrich: Trump and America's innovation agenda

The massive deregulation effort and the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act have done wonders for the U.S. economy. There are more open jobs than ...

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Archaeologists make grisly find at deadly Civil War battlefield

Archaeologists make grisly find at deadly Civil War battlefield

Bones of Civil War dead were unearthed at the Manassas National Battlefield Park in Virginia in a shallow pit that also contained the skeletons of tw ...

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