We Hear You: Visiting the Border Patrol in Laredo, Texas

Editor’s note: The Daily Signal’s audience responded to the reporting our Fred Lucas did from the U.S.-Mexico border at Laredo, Texas. Here’s a sampling. Write us at [email protected]—Ken McIntyre Dear Daily Signal: I live on Social Security and do not have funds to donate, but I read and appreciate the information The Daily Signal publishes. […]

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Cartoon: Let the Flip-Flopping Begin

Michael Ramirez / @Ramireztoons Michael Ramirez is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, Reuben winner, and nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist for The Daily Signal. Source material can be found at this site.

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Scott Rasmussen Explains Pollsters’ Flaws on Trump, Socialism

Scott Rasmussen founded one of the leading polling firms in America. He’s observed decades of polling trends and knows the industry better than anyone. I had the chance to sit down with Scott recently to discuss some of the major trends in American public opinion. Read the interview, posted below, or listen on the podcast: […]

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When the Left Defended the Electoral College

New York today is part of the movement to choose presidents by popular vote, but 40 years ago a nationally known liberal from the state took to the Senate floor to argue the advantages of the current system. The Electoral College, Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan asserted in his July 1979 speech, forces consensus and allows […]

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Economic Freedom Key to Ensuring We Have Dynamic Entrepreneurs

THE HAGUE, Netherlands–Proactively promoting entrepreneurship, innovation, and economic freedom continues to be a critical pillar of U.S. engagement with the world. One sign of this is the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, which the United States co-hosts this week with the Netherlands. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte opened the 2019 summit […]

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Why the Indo-Pacific is the Pentagon’s ‘Priority Theater’

The Department of Defense’s Indo-Pacific Strategy Report, released June 1, is most remarkable for its clarity. It underscores America’s enduring commitment to the region, which some of us have been trying to explain to our friends abroad since the presidential election in November 2016. It’s also crystal clear on the China challenge in ways that […]

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3 Things to Know About a Disaster Spending Bill Conservatives Couldn’t Stop

A  $19.1 billion disaster aid bill that faced significant opposition from conservative Republicans passed the House on Monday evening by a lopsided vote of 354-58. Only Republicans voted against the measure, which includes funding in the aftermath of hurricanes, wildfires, and other storms as well as money to help Puerto Rico rebuild from hurricane damage […]

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