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Dems’ case isn’t a death blow for King Trump

When GOP senators reject the impeachment, though, they will do it for the same reason Democrats are pressing it: fear of their base voters.

Bold, clear and swift wins a message war

A report’s authors must be willing to defend their conclusions publicly and, most importantly, correct those who misinterpret their work in bad faith.

Trump undercut vital military attributes

Retired military leaders have begun sounding the alarm. Yet those in real positions of power are nowhere to be found.


OPINION

Ban Auschwitz ornaments, but not Hitler’s book

I propose a standard: Focus on whether the merchandise contributes to further understanding, one way or another, rather than whether it might embody evil.


OPINION

Dems’ field, impeachment quest are flops

Millions of Americans were laughing at Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the House Intelligence Committee chairman, simply refusing to indulge his begging for attention, scoffing at his repeated assertions that his impeachment hearings were a really big deal.


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The 4-letter word Pelosi won’t abide – even now

One of the things every Catholic child is taught is that the word “hate” should never be used in connection with another human being.

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Collaborations help serve military community

By leveraging their own unique strengths, each and every business can have their own role to play in supporting our nation’s heroes.


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Why do so many believe Trump will win?

For the moment, all we can safely say is that polls continue to confirm that Trump is in deep trouble, with a job approval rating that no incumbent president seeking reelection would want.


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Harris couldn’t get traction with expected base

The biracial lawmaker with an unfamiliar name who some believed was best situated to carry on the Obama legacy was never able to persuade large swaths of those who backed the former president to support her.

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China won’t let Hong Kong resemble Tiananmen

Haunted by those epochal events, China’s top leaders have used quick and brutal methods to crush any new movement that strikes them as having the potential to link up people of varied classes in varied locales.


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Be thankful America is not fighting ‘endless wars’

If the president’s critics could look at the facts on the ground, free from political bias, they would see that his administration has done an excellent job aligning America’s global presence with U.S. national interests.


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Hamilton saw this impeachment scenario coming

Impeachment is almost certain “to agitate the passions of the whole community, and to divide it into parties more or less friendly or inimical to the accused,” he wrote in the Federalist Papers.


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Here’s what a split-second combat decision looks like. One doesn’t always need to murder.

Ethics is a muscle, and it only grows stronger when exercised.

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