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Trump’s Effort to Rig the Census Failed, but the Fight Is Far From Over

Friday  19:06,   12 july 2019
slate

Of course, the massive surrender to the reality of an unnavigable loss at the Supreme Court last month was presented as a complete and total... >>>

The Pledge of Allegiance is not normal

Friday  19:06,   12 july 2019
theweek

"The Pledge of Allegiance to our great Country, in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, is under siege," President Trump announced on Twitter early Thursday. "That is why I am going to win the Great State of Minnesota in the 2020 Election. People are sick and >>>

Frank Miniter: To reduce gun violence, we need to do these things

Friday  19:06,   12 july 2019
foxnews

Instead of trying to restrict the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding gun owners, we need to focus on criminals and the violent mentally ill to reduce gun... >>>

Are Biden’s Apologies Killing His Electability Argument?

Friday  19:06,   12 july 2019
nationalreview

The former vice president is very sorry about segregationists, the crime bill, Anita Hill, and getting beaten up by his... >>>

Opinions | About that AOC problem . . .

Friday  19:06,   12 july 2019
washingtonpost

Hey, the grown-ups are in charge after... >>>

Opinions | Acosta is gone as Trump retreats again

Friday  18:22,   12 july 2019
washingtonpost

Trump caves twice in a... >>>

President Trump Says Only Trump Supporters Deserve Free Speech

Friday  18:17,   12 july 2019
nymag

“To me free speech is not when you see something good and then you purposely write bad.” Uh, yes it... >>>

Medicare for All is a political loser (Opinion)

Friday  18:17,   12 july 2019
cnn

A good rule of politics: Most things that sound too good to be true are, in fact, not true, writes Joe Lockhart. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren's support of full-blown Medicare for All, plus eliminating all employer-provided private insurance,... >>>

Trump’s mass arrests are set to begin. Here’s the Democratic answer.

Thursday  22:40,   11 july 2019
washingtonpost

A new proposal from Democrats would protect children and... >>>

How Donald Trump pushed Iran to the bomb

Thursday  21:41,   11 july 2019
cnn

Since the day he took office, President Trump has been caught in an Iran trap, or more precisely, two traps. The first led the President to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement and pursue a "maximum pressure" campaign. The second will almost... >>>

Census citizenship question is constitutional and should be approved

Thursday  19:02,   11 july 2019
thehill

The fat lady has not yet begun to sing. How did we ever get into this predicament where one guy out of some 350 million Americans can singularly control this? There is something wrong with this picture. Ronald L. Trowbridge is a policy fellow at the >>>

The Desire for Fake News Lives in All of Us

Thursday  18:26,   11 july 2019
nationalreview

Before we can tackle the problem, we must admit that it is a problem of demand, rather than... >>>

What Will It Take for Democrats to Unite Behind Impeaching Trump?

Thursday  18:05,   11 july 2019
nytimes

Watergate-era House Democrats hold out the possibility for overcoming initial divisions over their approach to... >>>

What Happens If the 2020 Election Is a Tie?

Thursday  17:55,   11 july 2019
theatlantic

The House of Representatives resolves inconclusive presidential elections—and while Democrats may hold most of the seats, Republicans control more state... >>>

Judge Andrew Napolitano: Census asks too many questions – it’s just supposed to determine our population size

Thursday  17:50,   11 july 2019
foxnews

A citizenship question is unlikely to be on... >>>