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Political Comeback of the Year

Major League Baseball offers an award for Comeback Player of the Year, and if major league politics handed out a similar prize, Texas Senator Ted Cruz would deserve it.   After the embarrassment of a failed presidential campaign and his...

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A New Addiction that Menaces Teenagers

The World Health Organization has now recognized video game addiction as a serious threat to public health. The 11th International Classification of Diseases defines “gaming disorder” as playing games so obsessively “that...

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The Common Element Behind Current Problems

Many of the nation’s most painful, perplexing ​​problems stem from a common cause that few politicians and pundits are ready to acknowledge. The surge in suicides, the proliferation of homeless encampments, mass shootings in...

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Why Do Americans Prefer Sports to Politics?

During a visit to Washington DC in June, I saw an estimated 200,000 revelers in the street to celebrate what some called “the greatest day of my life.” The cause for jubilation wasn’t some political victory; it was the clinching game...

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The Key to November: Voter Turnout

The key factor that will decide control of Congress in November’s election isn’t President Trump’s approval rating or the results of the Mueller investigation. It’s election day turnout, where results vary widely from year to...

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An American Victim of Terror

Fifty years ago, supporters of Robert Kennedy’s presidential campaign gathered for a victory party after a hard-fought California Primary. For those of us who were there at LA’s Ambassador Hotel that fatal night, it became one of the...

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Misleading Headline Displays Bias

A front-page headline in the New York Times distorted a bold new initiative of the Trump administration and displayed that paper’s long-standing grudge. Beneath a dramatic photo of a suspect being led away in handcuffs, the headline...

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Over-Ruling the Anti-Business Left

Why would any city punish the biggest companies in town by imposing a tax on every job those businesses create? That’s the question raised by a bi-partisan coalition seeking to overturn the newly imposed “Head Tax” in...

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Message from the Royal Wedding

Media coverage of Britain’s royal wedding focused mostly on breaks with tradition—with a biracial, divorced, American bride and a couple that lived together before marriage. But the ceremony itself also sent some more traditional...

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The Miraculous Truth About Jerusalem

Jerusalem is now the home of the United States Embassy in Israel, as it should be. But our first diplomatic presence in Jerusalem began in 1844, when we established a one-man consulate in the holy city. Why a mere consulate, and not an...

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