These Historians Challenge New York Times’ Dubious 1619 Project

What makes America exceptional? Undoubtedly, most Americans would say our long-term commitment to self-government and the rule of law, and our extraordinary embrace of liberty. Not so, according to The New York Times’ 1619 Project—named for the year in which African slaves were first brought to the English colonies in North America. The various New […]

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‘Lifting Up All Americans’: White House Touts Success of Tax Cuts, Job Growth

How have the tax cuts changed the country, two years later? What is next for the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement on trade? What about the trade deal with China? Jessica Ditto, deputy communications director at the White House, joins the podcast to discuss all this and more. Read a lightly edited interview transcript, pasted below, or […]

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Media Watchdog Exposes ‘Fake News’ With Citizen Activism, Investigative Journalism

Accuracy in Media recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Founded in 1969 by Reed Irvine to combat liberal media bias, the organization has a new leader. Adam Guillette spoke to The Daily Signal about his plans for Accuracy in Media, the threat of “fake news,” and the media’s relentless attacks on President Donald Trump. Listen to […]

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Trump’s Impeachment Would Mean a Senate Trial. Here’s How That Would Work.

The vote by the House Judiciary Committee Friday to adopt two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump makes it clear that Democrats are moving full speed ahead on the road to impeachment—regardless of the merits of their accusations or the integrity of their process. But speeding down this road looks like it will be dangerous for […]

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Some Trump Defenders Seek Senate Testimony From Hunter Biden, Adam Schiff

House Republicans sought earlier this week to get a minority hearing to call their own witnesses, as was done in previous impeachment inquiries. House Democrats, in the majority, rejected the proposal.  That’s among the reasons many in the GOP were disappointed when Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., told Fox News Channel that the Senate […]

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