Foreign Policy

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Don't fence me in

By Cal Thomas
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Israel | At last, an Obama administration official has come out in favor of a fence. He promises it will bring security to people on both sides of the border. Philip…

U.S. policy needs a religious liberty upgrade

By Emily Scheie
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Religious Liberty | WASHINGTON—The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) lists 26 nations on its 2014 report of countries that consistently…

Sympathy for the devil

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Movies | In Walt Disney’s 1959 animated fantasy Sleeping Beauty , one of the three good-natured fairies pauses a moment in mid-mayhem of curses, poisoned spinning…

Rand Paul: Senate ‘all empty air’ on persecution

By J.C. Derrick
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Politics | Kentucky senator chastises colleagues for voting against amendment tying conditions to foreign aid

Is U.S. policy putting child immigrants in danger?

By Emily Scheie
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Immigration | WASHINGTON—During a visit this summer to a Department of Homeland Security facility in McAllen, Texas, Genevieve Wood saw 300 immigrants packed inside…

Joe Biden: Propping up corruption?

By Marvin Olasky
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Europe | PODGORICA, Montenegro—Vice President Joe Biden in April shook hands with the strongman prime minister of this Balkan country of 600,000, but NATO leaders…

Web Reads: From greed to gay rights

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | Sinful and foolish. The Bible says “the heart is deceitful above all else.” Much of the wisdom compiled by Morgan House in his 3,000th column for The…

President Bush’s 2007 warning on Iraq

By Cal Thomas
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Iraq | George W. Bush never claimed to be prescient, but here he is in 2007, warning us what would happen if the United States prematurely pulled its troops out of…

House condemns Bergdahl without waiting for Army investigation

By Ryan Hill
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Military | WASHINGTON—Andy Andrews didn’t know until last Saturday that his son Darryn died in 2009 on a mission to find recently exchanged POW Bowe Bergdahl.

Too little, too late for Iraq?

By Mindy Belz
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Iraq | President Obama to send in a handful of troops as ISIS militants threaten Baghdad and clear the country of Christianity

Midday Roundup: Education that doesn’t cost a latte

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Coffee benefits. Starbucks is announcing plans today to offer employees a chance to get a college degree for next to nothing. Arizona State University is…

Sadder and wiser—but mostly sadder

Sadder and wiser—but mostly sadder

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Iraq | I have in my possession a special issue of WORLD magazine, dated April 19, 2003: “Free at last” is the title, speaking of Iraq. The double-size issue…

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