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Social Justice Grammar and 'Zir' Own Agenda - Caroline Camden Lewis
Language should unite, not divide. Someone tell the snowflakes.

After the Confederates, Who's Next? - Pat Buchanan
Today's America is not the magnanimous country we grew up in.

Today in History:  Birth of President John F. Kennedy (1917) ... Birth of Patrick Henry (1736) ... Rhode Island Admitted to Union (1790) ... Wisconsin Admitted to Union (1848) ... WWI Vets Begin Bonus Marches in DC (1932) ... Mt. Everest Conquered (1953)

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Restoring Government's Three Branches to Constitutional Balance - James Shott
A return to constitutional government and legal originalism is essential.

How to Live in Peace - Walter Williams
Free market allocation is conflict-reducing. Government allocation is not.

California Dreamin' — Socialized Medicine Slams Into Reality - Louis DeBroux
Single-payer health care would take all of its gold and then some.

Flying the Coup - Noemie Emery
Elected as the lesser of two evils, Trump needs to mind his manners.

Federal Power Creeps Its Way Toward Controlling . . . Spiders? - George Will
A blind arachnid illustrates the willful warping of the Commerce Clause.

Sanctuary Cities Compromise the Rule of Law - Caroline Camden Lewis
Defying federal immigration authority has deadly consequences.

Special Prosecutor For Trump/Russia Investigation Is A Disaster - Dick Morris
On and on and never really ends. That's how special prosecutors work.

Sheer Lunacy on Campus - Walter Williams
Parents, taxpayers and donors really have no clue just how bad it is.

The Left's Misguided Obsession With 'Cultural Appropriation' - George Will
The left's descent into authoritarianism leavened by philistinism.

Illinois Exemplifies Our Fiscal Foolishness - George Will
While the people bleed for taxes, the Democratic elites float in gravy.

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