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Democrats could use a good party cleansing

Democrats could use a good party cleansing

By – The Washington Times – Saturday, October 6, 2018 ANALYSIS/OPINION: Democrats, at one time, at one President John F. Kennedy time, for instance, may have been able to make a sensible case for serving as a party that puts its people first, its country at the forefront, and its compass fixed directly on helping the downtrodden and forgotten of […]

How the asymmetry of the college campus governed the Kavanaugh hearings

How the asymmetry of the college campus governed the Kavanaugh hearings

By – – Wednesday, October 3, 2018 ANALYSIS/OPINION: The polarizing atmosphere of the university has now spread to . During the recent U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge , we witnessed how college values have become the norms of the . On campus, constitutional due process vanishes when accusations of sexual harassment arise. America saw that when false charges […]

James Mattis has the opportunity to hold NATO accountable

James Mattis has the opportunity to hold NATO accountable

By Daniel DePetris – – Wednesday, October 3, 2018 ANALYSIS/OPINION: On Oct. 3 and 4, Defense Secretary James Mattis will be traveling to Brussels for the last defense ministers conference of the year. According to the Pentagon, the meeting will concentrate on “reinforcing the need for equitable burden sharing, discuss implementation plans for key summit outcomes and reinforce the U.S. […]

America‘s powerful shed light on the authentic history of the United States

America‘s powerful shed light on the authentic history of the United States

By Justin E. Fairfax – – Wednesday, October 3, 2018 ANALYSIS/OPINION: In January 2017, as I was sworn in as Virginia’s 41st lieutenant governor, I had a piece of history in my coat pocket. To some, it may have simply looked like a scrap piece of paper, but that could not be farther from the truth. Because on that day, […]

A victory on trade

A victory on trade

By – – Wednesday, October 3, 2018 ANALYSIS/OPINION: In baseball, when a team trades a player to another team each side expects a benefit in return. Not so in recent years when it comes to trade agreements between the United States and other countries. President has been right in his criticism of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and […]

Kavanaugh in the crucible

Kavanaugh in the crucible

By – – Wednesday, October 3, 2018 ANALYSIS/OPINION: could play the lead in a new version of “The Crucible,” Arthur Miller’s celebrated play about an innocent man tested by the mob. The playwright was a man of the left, but his play reflects what can happen to a reputation anywhere when the dishonest unleashes poison. It’s about outrage at the […]

Sons of America, beware

Sons of America, beware

By – The Washington Times – Thursday, October 4, 2018 ANALYSIS/OPINION: I have two sons. One is in his 20s, well on his way into adulthood. The other is 16 and, given the way the Brett Kavanaugh nomination process is headed, walking a tight rope between college preparation and jail. As President Donald Trump noted in recent comments about the […]