Politics

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Time for action

By J.C. Derrick
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Politics | Immigration politics will dominate the next several months, and the November election shows the electorate rewards bold Republicans

A hothouse yucca

A hothouse yucca

By Marvin Olasky
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Elections | From voter fraud to journalistic fraud

Who are you calling ‘stupid’?

By Cal Thomas
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Healthcare | “Stupid is as stupid does” — Forrest Gump Unless you regularly follow conservative media, you may not have heard what one of the architects of the…

A conservative Texas town votes to kick out fracking

By Michael Cochrane
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Energy | Residents of Denton, Texas, a town about 45 minutes north of Dallas, voted last week to ban the oil extraction process known as fracking. Short for hydraulic…

Conservative teen rocks West Virginia politics

By Courtney Crandell
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Campaign 2014 | Saira Blair became the youngest state legislator in the nation earlier this month when she won the contest for a delegate seat in the West Virginia state…

Midday Roundup: Teacher describes horrific school shooting on 911 tapes

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Caught on tape. Officials have released the 911 tapes from last month’s school cafeteria shooting in Washington state. On the tapes, first-year teacher…

Ohio’s main man could move back to D.C.

By Kent Covington & Nick Eicher
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Campaign 2016 | This article is the 16th in the White House Wednesday series   by The World and Everything in It  looking at potential 2016 candidates for president.

NAACP doesn’t find Love and Scott worth celebrating

By La Shawn Barber
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Campaign 2014 | I couldn’t help smiling about last Tuesday’s show of “diversity,” a liberal obsession. Iowa and West Virginia voters elected their first female U.S.

Remembering Phil Crane’s dependable conservative voice

By Joseph Slife
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Obituary | Phil Crane, a stalwart conservative who represented northwest Chicago in Congress for 35 years, died Saturday from cancer. He was 84. Crane, who had a Ph.D.

Strength through marriage

By Cal Thomas
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Marriage | NEW YORK—At a dinner sponsored by the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation last Thursday (I am an unpaid national advisory board member), there was a…

No permanent victories

By D.C. Innes
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Campaign 2014 | The morning after Tuesday’s midterm elections, the buzz on my Long Island commute was about how the Republicans had mopped up. The GOP likely will end…

Sweeping up the confetti

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Campaign 2014 | Republicans were in a celebratory mood last week, an attitude that called up memories of the election of 1994. On that night, 20 years ago, stars were born:

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