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Eroding the Electoral College Erodes Americans' Voting Rights - Laura Hollis
Maine just became the 17th state to legislate for a pure popular vote.

Americans Are Not Seeking Out Middle Ground - Star Parker
No Labels billed itself as "centrist" -- a mushy middle no one wanted.


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Disparate Impact Thinking Is Destroying Our Civilization - Heather Mac Donald
Is racism now the only allowable explanation for racial disparities?
This legal concept defies science, statistics, reality and logical thought.

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The Kill Switch - John Stossel
According to this law, by 2026 the Feds will own you through your car.

A Taxing Time - Cal Thomas
Compare our current tax system to Dracula: Never enough blood to suck.

Communists Betray Workers, Teachers Unions Betray Students, Civil Rights Organizations Betray Blacks, Feminist Organizations Betray Women - Dennis Prager
It's the modus operandi of every left-wing group everywhere: betrayal.

Defying the Supreme Court on Student Loans, Biden Sets a Dangerous Precedent - Jeff Jacoby
It is hard to overstate how radical it is for a president to do this.

Could It Be That Hillary Was Right? - Froma Harrop
Call habitual thugs what you want. They must be taken off the streets.

DEI Cronyism And Woke Grifters - Victor Davis Hanson
When ideology replaces meritocracy systemic mediocrity follows.

Joe Biden Is Now Chasing The 'Death To America' Voter - David Harsanyi
Is there no abyss too deep in which to seek a Democratic vote?

Biden's Loan Amnesty Passes the Buck - Debra J. Saunders
Whenever Biden calls something "broken," reach for your wallet.

Why Do Americans, UN Support Hamas Terrorists? - Star Parker
So much antipathy to one, small country that is simply defending itself.

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