Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar’s Botched Israel Trip Was Sponsored by Terror-Linked Organization

Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar’s cancelled trip to Israel was sponsored by a Palestinian-based organization whose members have expressed sympathy for terrorist activities and support the BDS movement. The Israeli government announced Thursday it would not allow Tlaib, D-Mich., and Omar, D-Minn., to enter its borders for a planned trip into Palestinian territory, citing the two […]

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Israeli Minister on Tlaib: ‘Her Hate for Israel Overcomes Her Love for Her Grandmother’

Democratic Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib has decided not to go to Israel because of “oppressive conditions” after being approved by the Israli government to visit her grandmother. Tlaib of Michigan sent a letter asking permission to enter Israel on the premise she would not promote boycotts against the country, according to the interior ministry. The letter also […]

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Greenland Deserves the Attention Trump Is Giving It

The recent media reports that President Donald Trump is interested in purchasing Greenland for the United States has brought the unlikely country into the world’s headlines. Taking advantage of the limelight, Greenland’s government tweeted, “We’re open for business, not for sale.” Buying options aside, this newfound attention—however short-lived—can only be positive for Greenland. Greenland is […]

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Student Group Flags Top 5 Instances of Campus Censorship of Conservatives

Why bother with a liberal arts education? Some students at a Washington university wanted to know, but their school administrators canceled a panel scheduled to debate the question. The cancellation, with no reason given, was one of the five biggest incidents of censorship of conservatives on college campuses in the past 12 months, Charlie Copeland, […]

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Answers to Common Questions About ‘Red Flag’ Gun Laws

The national gun control conversation often sounds like a broken record, with the same advocates resorting to the same talking points about decades-old proposals, such as banning so-called “assault weapons” or imposing universal background checks. But,as we noted in our recent article “Answering Common Gun-Related Questions After Recent Shootings in El Paso and Dayton,” the […]

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2 Years After the Riot, Charlottesville Struggles to Move Forward

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia–Both hands holding shopping bags at the outdoor Historic Downtown Mall, Denzel Clark says he doesn’t want the city to get rid of Confederate statues.   “I honestly don’t,” Clark, a 23-year-old African-American, tells The Daily Signal, even as he remembers the violence exchanged by white supremacists and “anti-fascists” in the city two years ago. […]

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