Media elites decide what “we as a people” should or shouldn’t be. Who asked you?
Some countries have declared that the former is best as long as they can preserve “the unique character of the nation.”
Her doomed Senate bid looks beyond federal policy to solve our problems.
These poseurs of fiscal responsibility are about to drive up debt to its highest levels since World War II.
Nicholas Kristof wonders if Trump is our first president with autocratic tendencies. Where has he been for the past 15 years?
One of them fashioned a foreign policy based on the Declaration of Independence; the other seems to think the world is too dangerous to be an American anymore.
They, of all people, should want to protect the planet for the living and unborn.
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