‘A Political Report Masquerading as Science’: The Truth About the New Climate Report

Each time an end-of-the-world prophecy is delivered—whether by a self-deluded preacher, a group of politicians, or scientists—we are told that we must believe. Never mind how many of their prophecies have been wrong in the past, this time they mean it. The latest prophecy of doom and planetary extinction comes from a government report authored […]

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Podcast: After Russia’s Act of Aggression, What the View on the Ground Is in Ukraine

Why did Russia decide to ratchet up tensions with Ukraine and seize three ships Sunday? Do Ukranians fear their long war with Russia is about to reach a new, more intensive stage? Nolan Peterson, The Daily Signal’s foreign correspondent, joins us from Ukraine to share what he’s seeing and hearing. Plus: A new survey shows […]

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Debunking 3 Myths About Trump Border Enforcement

The mainstream media and Democrats have criticized the Trump administration’s response to the migrant caravans storming the nation’s southern border. However, many of the critiques either don’t provide full context or are factually incorrect, based on information released Tuesday by the Department of Homeland Security. Here are three narratives that the Department of Homeland Security […]

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Podcast: The Military Spouses Behind R. Riveter

November is Military Families Month and today we’re recognizing the achievements of R. Riveter, a handbag company founded and run by military spouses. On today’s show, we feature an interview with Lisa Bradley, a finalist for this year’s Small Business Award for Veteran and Military Spouse Employment from Hiring Our Heroes.  Bradley, along with fellow military spouse […]

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The ’60s Radicals Won the Culture War

Fifty years ago this year, the ’60s revolution sought to overturn U.S. customs, traditions, ideology, and politics. The ’60s radicals eventually grew older, cut their hair, and joined the establishment. Most thought their revolution had fizzled out in the early 1970s without much effect, as Americans returned to “normal.” But maybe the ’60s, not the […]

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6 Memorable Clashes at Presidential News Conferences

President Donald Trump and CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta have their own styles that may seem outside the lines of “decorum” to some. But presidential duels with reporters aren’t unique to the current president or any network. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders released a new set of rules for journalists Monday evening […]

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Election of Russia’s Abuser-in-Chief to Lead Interpol Would Raise Fundamental Questions

Reports in the British press indicate that Alexander Prokopchuk, who has served in Russia’s Interior Ministry since 2003 and as Interpol’s vice chairman for Europe since 2016, will be elected as the new president of Interpol at the meeting of the Interpol General Assembly now taking place in Dubai. If accurate, this report raises fundamental questions […]

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