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ON SALE NOW: The American Miracle

ON SALE NOW! iBooks      Google      Kobo      Amazon  Barnes & Noble      Powell’s    BAM       Hudson Booksellers      IndieBound  AT KEY TURNING POINTS IN HISTORY, AMERICA CATCHES EVERY BREAK The...

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Exaggerating Bad News on Racism, Anti-Semitism

Bomb threats against Jewish Community Centers and desecration of Jewish cemeteries make the news and produce fears of surging Jew hatred, even though scientific studies show anti-Semitism at historic lows. A survey from Pew Research Center...

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Losing Ground in the “Happiness Rankings”

The Sustainable Development Solutions network, an initiative of the UN, is out with its yearly “World Happiness Report,” in which respondents around the globe were asked how close their current circumstances came to their “best...

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Time to Upgrade White House Staff

President Trump has received well-deserved praise for outstanding cabinet appointments, after installing well-qualified figures at major federal departments. His White House staff selections, however, have been far less appropriate,...

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Pointless Distractions Undermine Worthy Goals

President Trump is committed to pursuing so many worthy goals – tax reform, border security, economic growth, choice in education, strengthening the military – that it’s a shame that he allows himself to be distracted by dubious...

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Still the Core of the Conflict

Palestinian leaders claim that Israeli settlements in disputed territory constitute the chief obstacle to peace, but their arguments actually expose the nature of their extremist agenda. At CPAC, the Conservative Political Action...

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A Turn Toward Common Sense?

For most Americans, Presidents’ Day counts as a trivial holiday but this year it looks as if Donald Trump made the most of the occasion. Perhaps he saw results of new historian polls and noted that the five all-time greats shared...

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False Charges of Anti-Semitism

The bitter divisions in American life currently stem from politics as much as from differences in race, religion or economic status. Even tightly connected subgroups endure internal conflicts over President Trump and his policies. Jewish...

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Yearning for Quiet Competence?

On Presidents’ Day, C-SPAN released a new poll of leading historians ranking America’s chief executives, from the greatest, to the greatest disappointments. The top four on the list should come as no surprise—Lincoln, Washington,...

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American Miracles and Presidents’ Day

On the eve of Civil War, Abraham Lincoln concluded his First Inaugural Address with two sentences of incandescent eloquence: “Though passion may have strained it must not break our bonds of affection. The mystic chords of memory,...

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