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The Big Question No One Asked at the Dem Debate

In the nasty, ferocious, astonishingly unpleasant Democratic debate, no one thought to ask the contenders if they viewed any of their rivals as outside the Democratic mainstream. Obviously, Bernie Sanders, self-proclaimed “democratic...

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The Dangers of Contempt

An important speech at the National Prayer Breakfast highlighted the danger of contempt in politics. Arthur Brooks, speaking right before President Trump, asked for a show of hands as to how many in the crowd actually loved someone with...

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In Oscar Surprise, White Males Are Shut Out

Big winners in the 2020 Academy Awards illustrated a possible reaction by Oscar voters to widespread criticism of white-male domination of the nominations. In the end, the most prestigious non-acting awards left white males shut out....

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A Warmer, More Optimistic Approach

President Trump’s election year State of the Union address struck a different tone from his previous major speeches—an adjustment well-crafted to connect with shifts in the national mood. The president didn’t mention impeachment, and...

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If Trump Loses in 2020, He’ll Be Back

At this point, it is obvious that Democrats don’t expect to win the impeachment fight. But they still ardently hope this blistering brawl will damage the president’s reelection drive and rescue America, permanently, from a demagogue...

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“Last Hurrah” for the Boomer Generation?

As the presidential campaign heats up, leaders over 70 control our politics. If Trump wins re-election, he’d be 78 at his term’s end – the oldest president ever. Elizabeth Warren would be 75, Joe Biden and Michael Bloomberg would...

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New Gun Laws Won’t Stop Violent Thugs

Near the end of January, a gun fight killed an innocent bystander and wounded six others in Seattle’s vibrant, prosperous downtown.  Amazingly, the three shooters, all gang-members under 25, had accumulated a total of more than 80...

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A Core Difference Between the Two Parties

An important new survey from Pew Research Center shows core differences between Republicans and Democrats that go far deeper than their contrasting attitudes toward President Trump. Republicans proved four-times more likely to agree with...

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