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Lauren Appell: Are universities finally standing up to the PC bullies?

Lauren Appell: Are universities finally standing up to the PC bullies?

In a shocking and recent twist, college administrators are showing they won’t be ruled and intimidated by the politically correct mob. They’re sending a clear message to the snowflake generation that people have different ideas ...
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Doug Schoen: Closing the border would be a profound mistake for President Trump … and for America

Doug Schoen: Closing the border would be a profound mistake for President Trump … and for America

Despite his earlier promise to hold off on closing the U.S. southern border with Mexico to all migrants, President Trump privately urged his new Acting Secretary of Homeland Security, Kevin McAleenan, last week to do ...
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Andrew McCarthy: Behind the Obama administration’s shady plan to spy on the Trump campaign

Andrew McCarthy: Behind the Obama administration’s shady plan to spy on the Trump campaign

FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2013 file photo, President Barack Obama gestures speaks during his final news conference of his first term in the East Room of the White House in Washington. (AP) In ...
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Laura Ingraham: The left better find a new political Messiah -- It's not Pete Buttigieg

Laura Ingraham: The left better find a new political Messiah — It's not Pete Buttigieg

On Palm Sunday, South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg threw himself a presidential unveiling party, formally announcing his candidacy for the White House in 2020. "That's why I’m here today -- to tell a different ...
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James Jay Carafano: How China will make us more vulnerable to terrorists

James Jay Carafano: How China will make us more vulnerable to terrorists

China is an adversarial power. It seeks to advance at our expense, leaving America — and our friends and allies — less free, less prosperous and less safe. The same can be said of ISIS, ...
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Tucker Carlson: Those accusing Trump of trying to harm Omar are trying to control what you say

Tucker Carlson: Those accusing Trump of trying to harm Omar are trying to control what you say

In 1992, Ilhan Omar came to this country from a refugee camp in East Africa. Three years later, she and her family applied for, and received, refugee status in the United States. Five years after ...
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Cal Thomas: Flooding the sanctuary zones

Cal Thomas: Flooding the sanctuary zones

In the category of Mad magazine’s “scenes we’d like to see,” comes President Trump’s threat to transport migrants to cities and states that have declared themselves sanctuaries. Apparently he thinks such a move would force ...
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Gutfeld: Questions I'd ask Bernie Sanders

Gutfeld: Questions I'd ask Bernie Sanders

Monday night Fox News hosted a town hall with Bernie Sanders. I wasn't invited. So I guess I was out of town. But if I had an hour with our leading pre-eminent socialist, here's what ...
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Dr. Marc Siegel: The new killer fungus and what we can do about it

Dr. Marc Siegel: The new killer fungus and what we can do about it

10068 (Copyright Reuters 2016) Most of us know that a bacteria is a single cell microbe containing a loop of genetic material and surrounded by a cell wall. But what is a fungus? Fungi are ...
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RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel: Bigger paychecks and a booming economy thanks to GOP tax cuts

RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel: Bigger paychecks and a booming economy thanks to GOP tax cuts

Tax day has long been the worst day of the year for American taxpayers, bringing us face-to-face with the reality that our government takes too much of our hard-earned money. However, thanks to the Trump ...
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Ed Henry: The quiet faith of Jackie Robinson

Ed Henry: The quiet faith of Jackie Robinson

Shortly after my book “42 Faith” about Jackie Robinson’s life was published two springs ago, I was riding high with elation — until I received a phone call that left me feeling downright queasy. On ...
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Rick McDaniel: Tiger Woods’ major comeback – this is how he did it

Rick McDaniel: Tiger Woods’ major comeback – this is how he did it

Tiger Woods is a major champion again. Not since the U.S. Open in 2008 had Tiger won one of the four major golf tournaments. He had a drought of 11 long years. But all that ...
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Liz Peek: Democrats’ immigration stance is going to cost them

Liz Peek: Democrats’ immigration stance is going to cost them

Critics are correct: President Trump was wrong when he threatened to release tens of thousands of asylum seekers into sanctuary cities. He should have just done it. It is high time that Democrat leaders, secure ...
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Carol Roth: Robots are not people -- let’s hope it stays that way

Carol Roth: Robots are not people — let’s hope it stays that way

If your toaster caught on fire, how would you feel? Oh, not for yourself, but for your toaster? Would you be sad for it? Would you eulogize its life? This may sound like a stupid ...
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Mary Anne Marsh: Trump and Barr turning Mueller Report into an Easter egg hunt

Mary Anne Marsh: Trump and Barr turning Mueller Report into an Easter egg hunt

It is Holy Week, marking the series of events in Christianity between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday. It is also the week we are likely to see the Barr Report, the redacted version of the ...
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Steve Hilton: Keep 'purging,' Mr. President - get rid of people blocking the Trump agenda

Steve Hilton: Keep 'purging,' Mr. President – get rid of people blocking the Trump agenda

The departure of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen prompted an orgy of pompous bloviating from the Trump-hating Democrats and their establishment media allies. There was endless, hysterical talk of a "purge," "chaos" and "dysfunction." But ...
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Rep. Kevin Brady: Democrats, as usual, were wrong on Trump’s tax cuts

Rep. Kevin Brady: Democrats, as usual, were wrong on Trump’s tax cuts

Tax day marked on April 2019 monthly calendar with 1040 form On Tax Day this Monday, let’s look back at the predictions that were made when President Donald Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs ...
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Deroy Murdock: Reconsidering Tom Farr for the federal bench

Deroy Murdock: Reconsidering Tom Farr for the federal bench

Conservative activists are disappointed with Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., normally an ally. They are puzzled by his opposition to North Carolina attorney Tom Farr for a federal judgeship, owing to claims of racial bias. Even ...
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Charlie Kirk: Happy Tax Day? It is unless you're a Democrat

Charlie Kirk: Happy Tax Day? It is unless you're a Democrat

(2006 Getty Images) This is a strange thing for a conservative to wish someone. Typically, it would fall under the same general heading as “enjoy the hurricane,” or “have a great night at the shelter.” ...
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Qanta Ahmed: Ilhan Omar is a disgrace to Islam and doesn’t represent my Muslim religion

Qanta Ahmed: Ilhan Omar is a disgrace to Islam and doesn’t represent my Muslim religion

Rep. Ilhan Omar continues to be an embarrassment and a disgrace for me and other American Muslims with her outrageous, ignorant, anti-Semitic and now anti-American comments. And while Omar, a Minnesota Democrat, holds herself out ...
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Sen. Bernie Sanders: We need an economy and government that works for all, not just the one percent

Sen. Bernie Sanders: We need an economy and government that works for all, not just the one percent

Editor’s Note: Fox News Channel will televise a town hall with Vermont senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. EDT on Monday, April 15. “Special Report” anchor Bret Baier and “The ...
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Michael Goodwin: As Trump soars higher, Dems reach their lowest point yet

Michael Goodwin: As Trump soars higher, Dems reach their lowest point yet

President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in the Oval Office of the White on Saturday. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) Predicting what history will decide was significant is always dicey ...
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Andy Puzder: Stephen Moore at the Fed has liberals terrified -- here’s why

Andy Puzder: Stephen Moore at the Fed has liberals terrified — here’s why

Stephen Moore is a highly qualified pro-growth economist and an inspired choice to serve on the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors, but the only thing that matters to his leftist critics is that he supports ...
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Andrew McCarthy: Why isn’t Assange charged with ‘collusion with Russia?’

Andrew McCarthy: Why isn’t Assange charged with ‘collusion with Russia?’

Prior to the publication of the stolen Democratic-party emails and internal documents, Julian Assange and WikiLeaks exhorted Russian government hackers to send them “new material.” That is what we are told by Special Counsel Robert ...
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Dr. Nicole Saphier: What is kratom? And why is it being promoted as a ‘wellness’ product to our kids?

Dr. Nicole Saphier: What is kratom? And why is it being promoted as a ‘wellness’ product to our kids?

FILE - This Sept. 27, 2017 file photo shows kratom capsules in Albany, N.Y. A U.S. government report released Thursday, April 11, 2019 said the herbal supplement was a cause in 91 overdose deaths in ...
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Seth Denson: 'Medicare-for-all' isn't what it sounds like

Seth Denson: 'Medicare-for-all' isn't what it sounds like

Last week, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., released a “2.0” version of his "Medicare-for-all" plan. The self-proclaimed socialist has long promoted the idea of universal health care, and in his latest version, he has found a ...
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Paul Batura: How 23 failures led me to winning at the Boston Marathon

Paul Batura: How 23 failures led me to winning at the Boston Marathon

Monday’s Boston Marathon marks the 122nd iteration of the world’s oldest annual 26.2-mile footrace. Over 32,000 athletes will compete in this year’s edition, each one having qualified by finishing another race in a specified time ...
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Christen Limbaugh Bloom: How to transform your season of loneliness into an amazing experience

Christen Limbaugh Bloom: How to transform your season of loneliness into an amazing experience

From the moment I accepted my first job in New York, I was bursting with eagerness to arrive in this vibrant city. I had dreamt of living here my entire life and could not have ...
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Judah and Chelsea Smith: On Easter, ask yourself, 'Does your life reflect Jesus’ example?

Judah and Chelsea Smith: On Easter, ask yourself, 'Does your life reflect Jesus’ example?

Easter is almost here. Christians around the world will celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and take time for personal reflection on how his love and truth is demonstrated in our lives. As we look ...
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Tom Basile: Infrastructure, not immigration, is key to Trump's legacy

Tom Basile: Infrastructure, not immigration, is key to Trump's legacy

The situation at the southern border is a made-for-television issue. It’s politically polarizing and complex. It’s a human drama unfolding every day. President Trump is right to sound the alarm about destitute migrants illegally crossing ...
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Don Harvel: It's time for the Afghan people to take the lead against the Taliban

Don Harvel: It's time for the Afghan people to take the lead against the Taliban

After 40 consecutive years of bloodshed, ethnic strife, and insurgency, Afghanistan is finally approaching the gates of peace. While a semblance of normality is still very much out of reach, there is no disputing the ...
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Rebecca Friedrichs: Pro-life teachers, your union dues fund abortion

Rebecca Friedrichs: Pro-life teachers, your union dues fund abortion

The miscarriage had just happened, and we were all devastated. I held my precious niece or nephew in the palm of my hand and marveled at the perfect little face, tiny lips, eyes, ears, arms, ...
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In a shocking and recent twist, college administrators are showing they won’t be ruled and intimidated by the politically correct mob. They’re sending a clear message to the snowflake generation that people have different ideas and opinions in the real world and you have to learn to be — wait for it – tolerant. The [...]

China is an adversarial power. It seeks to advance at our expense, leaving America — and our friends and allies — less free, less prosperous and less safe. The same can be said of ISIS, Al Qaeda and other transnational Islamist terrorist organizations. Beijing is not colluding with these groups, but that doesn’t matter. If our [...]

Cal Thomas: Flooding the sanctuary zones

In the category of Mad magazine’s “scenes we’d like to see,” comes President Trump’s threat to transport migrants to cities and states that have declared themselves sanctuaries. Apparently he thinks such a move would force Democrats in Congress who represent these places to vote to fund the wall along our southern border. Speaker Nancy Pelosi [...]

Gutfeld: Questions I'd ask Bernie Sanders

Monday night Fox News hosted a town hall with Bernie Sanders. I wasn’t invited.  So I guess I was out of town. But if I had an hour with our leading pre-eminent socialist, here’s what I’d ask him: 1. If you had to teach a course on Marxism/Leninism, how would you address the 100 million-plus [...]

10068 (Copyright Reuters 2016) Most of us know that a bacteria is a single cell microbe containing a loop of genetic material and surrounded by a cell wall. But what is a fungus? Fungi are neither plant nor animal and they feed on organic matter and make spores to reproduce. They include mushrooms, toadstools, molds, [...]

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