Turkey Has Imprisoned an American Pastor for a Year. It’s Time We Take a Stand.

It’s been almost one year since Andrew Brunson, an American pastor, was unjustly imprisoned without charges in Turkey. Imagine spending a whole year in a Turkish prison as a hostage. Unfortunately, most Americans have no idea what is really happening in Turkey. Turkey has traditionally been a strong ally of the United States, but has chosen […]

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San Juan Mayor Feuding With Trump Turned Her Back When Asked to Swear to Uphold the Constitution

A 2013 video shows the mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, turning her back when asked to swear to uphold the Constitution. On Saturday, President Donald Trump called out Carmen Yulín Cruz, the mayor, for her “poor leadership ability” in a tweet. The day prior, Cruz had been critical, saying, “If anybody out there is […]

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How Deregulation Helps the Disadvantaged

America’s system of free enterprise is the greatest engine of prosperity ever known on earth. A key component of that system, and a major reason for its success, has been a tradition and a legal environment that gives American businesses freedom from unnecessary rules and regulations. That said, the last eight years have seen a […]

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Trump’s Picks for Fed Chief, Governors Seen as Opportunity to ‘Drain Swamp’

When President Donald Trump took office, there were three vacancies on the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors. Then, unexpectedly, Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer resigned, effective “on or around October 13, 2017.” Throw in the fact that Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s term as chairman expires Feb. 3, 2018, and it’s very easy to see why […]

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End The NFL and Its Corrupt Monopoly

Why it’s high time for the NFL to take a knee. September 26, 2017 | Daniel Greenfield An Army recruit starts off with a salary under $20,000. Thousands of active duty military personnel are on food stamps. Millions of veterans rely on them to feed their families and themselves. That’s how we treat the best of […]

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Democrat Congressman Boycotts House’s Moment of Silence for Las Vegas Victims

Democrat Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton declared on Twitter Monday that he would boycott the moment of silence held on the House Floor in remembrance of the victims of the Las Vegas, Nevada mass shooting that left more than 50 people dead and five hundred injured. Following the announcement that House members would honor the victims […]

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