The Only Burger in Town - Eric Peters
Competitive bidding is disappearing in crony government contracting.
Shutdown 'Crisis' - John Stossel
Looking around America, people are still going about their business.
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History will validate the president's stand on the border wall.
The Ironies of Illegal Immigration - Victor Davis Hanson
Illegal immigration is both logical and nonsensical.
Black Education: A Glimmer of Hope - Walter Williams
Get the libs out of the way, the families involved, and kids will learn.
Top 10 Things Liberals Will Try To Ban Within The Next Decade - Kurt Schlichter
Liberals are all about freedom -- their freedom to tell us what to think.
Can the President Constitutionally Declare a State of Emergency To Build the Wall? - KrisAnne Hall
Congress does not have the authority to delegate powers to the Executive.
'Green New Deal' a Product of Ideological Recycling - Jonah Goldberg
Militarizing the domestic economy for political ends bodes ill.
Navigating the Great Divide - Stephen Moore
The issue of secession is back on the table as Americans knock heads.
Trump Puts Brakes on Federal Gravy Train - Betsy McCaughey
The rest of us working stiffs supporting them are being taken for a ride.
Nero's Fiddling, 'But Hey, We Feel Good' - Everett Piper
No longer about the "economy, stupid," but about our stupid feelings.
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