North Korea’s Coronavirus Problem

In nighttime photos from space, North Korea looks like a black hole compared to the well-lit South. It’s an apt metaphor for what we know about what’s going inside the DPRK now: Nada. That absence of information poses a real problem when a global health threat is on the loose. And the coronavirus is most […]

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Granddaughter of Slaying Victim, 92, Backs Trump’s Fight Against Illegal-Immigrant ‘Sanctuaries’

Daria Ortiz’s voice cracked when speaking at a White House event Friday, as she described how New York City’s “sanctuary city” status let her family—and the rest of the city’s residents—down.  Her 92-year-old grandmother, Maria Fuentes, a legal immigrant from the Dominican Republic, was sexually assaulted and killed last month, and police have charged illegal […]

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‘Exposing Everything That Went Wrong’: A Parkland Researcher Speaks Out

Today is the second anniversary of the Parkland shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 people were killed. Max Eden, an education researcher, who co-authored “Why Meadow Died: The People and Policies That Created the Parkland Shooter and Endanger America’s Students,” joins today’s podcast. Read the lightly edited interview, posted […]

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Problematic Women: Young, Woke, and Depressed

The folks at Teen Vogue are at it again, and this time they’re talking specifically about The Heritage Foundation. We discuss the magazine’s most recent article about transgenderism with Emilie Kao, director of The Heritage Foundation’s Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society. We also address why millennials are the most depressed […]

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Virginia Lawmakers Vote to Allow Illegal Aliens to Obtain Driver’s Licenses

Virginia lawmakers passed legislation in both chambers of the state Legislature that would allow illegal aliens to obtain driver’s licenses, a consequence of the state Capitol’s newly minted Democratic majority. Amid a rush before the end of the Virginia General Assembly’s “crossover” deadline Tuesday, lawmakers in both the state Senate and the House of Delegates […]

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Exploring ‘A More or Less Perfect Union’

The three-part documentary TV series “A More or Less Perfect Union,” produced by Free to Choose Network, will air on various PBS stations across the nation this month. The documentary is a personal exploration of the U.S. Constitution by Justice Douglas Ginsburg, who served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and […]

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Democrats Made Promises; President Trump Delivered

“Democrats talk a big game about raising living standards for the ‘little man,’” Adam Brandon writes. “But the Trump administration is getting it done.” On school choice, criminal justice reform, record-low minority unemployment, and more, Democrats have promised progress in disenfranchised urban communities for generations. The left’s actual policies, however, have only made matters worse. […]

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Trump’s Budget Weighs In at $4.8 Trillion, Projects Deficits Until 2035

The Trump administration on Monday presented a $4.8 trillion spending proposal for fiscal 2021 to Congress that would balance the federal budget in 15 years, cut foreign aid, and boost the nuclear arsenal. President Donald Trump’s spending plan also asks Congress to increase spending for border security, infrastructure, and NASA. “The plan offered today proposes […]

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