Democrats seem oddly eager to mimic the major mistakes of their defeated standard-bearer
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Yes, populist rabble-rousers and independent centrists show energy around the world, but the most striking current development is the establishment left losing power and influence.
If the American people seem increasingly disgusted with both major political parties, that’s due at least in part to the tendency of each of the two sides to look backward rather than forward.
As Jewish people around the world prepare to celebrate Passover on April 10th, it’s worth recalling an often-ignored aspect of the Exodus story.
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Republicans face media derision if they follow the unconventional, outrageous strategies of their successful presidential candidate. But what about the...
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