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The Trump Economy - Adriana Cohen
The 2020 election is coming. Do we want a jobs creator, or destroyer?

Today in History:  Congress Adopts Great Seal of U.S. (1782) ... Brits Imprisoned in "Black Hole of Calcutta" (1756) ... First Steamship Crosses Atlantic (1819) ... Victoria Succeeds to British Throne (1837) ... West Virginia Admitted to Union (1863) ... Lizzie Borden Acquitted (1893) ... U. S. Naval Forces Capture Guam (1898) ... U.S., U.S.S.R. Agree To Set Up "Hot Line" (1963)

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Constitutional Challenges in Court

Supreme Court to Minnesota: First Amendment Rights Don't End at the Polling Booth - Hans von Spakovsky and Elizabeth Slattery
This ruling is a win for all Americans.

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Issues In Depth
How Identity Politics Is Harming the Sciences - Heather Mac Donald
Fresh from destroying the arts, "inclusiveness" gurus target STEM.
Universities are watering down requirements for the sake of diversity.

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Patriarchy Defender - John Stossel
Mandating the use of "personal pronouns" is compelled speech.

The Silencing of the Inspectors General - Victor Davis Hanson
Finding political abuse and ignoring it is worse than not even looking.

If Tough Anti-Drug Laws Are 'Racist,' Blame Black Leaders - Larry Elder
Laws specifically targeting crack cocaine were aimed at inner city crime.

Why Can't We Fix Social Security and Medicare? - Star Parker
Social Security is the largest spending program in the U.S. budget.

Why Should States That Protect Illegal Immigrants Be Rewarded? - Hans von Spakovsky
Counting illegals in the census skews the proper apportioning of Electors.

The Gay Rimes Roll, But the Supremes Stop the Music - Wesley Pruden
The Court can sometimes twist itself into a pretzel to write law.

Let's End Official White House Visits for Sports Champions - Scott Rasmussen
The president's job is to lead government, not bestow royal blessings.

A Note to Readers: Farewell - Charles Krauthammer
One of our greatest voices for liberty will be sorely missed.

Legal Plunder as Law Enforcement - Robin Smith
Tell that to the American citizen stripped of $58k, accused of no crime.

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