Another nice illustration of American Exceptionalism.  We're just 4% of the world's population, but…
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Image of the Day: American Exceptionalism

Another nice illustration of American Exceptionalism.  We're just 4% of the world's population, but a quarter of its prosperity:

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March 19, 2019 • 12:59 pm
Anti-Semitism: Let Us Choose the Path of George Washington, Not Ilhan Omar

Anti-Semitism: Let Us Choose the Path of George Washington, Not Ilhan Omar

No surprise that in a separate Rasmussen Reports survey, “voters rate anti-Semitism as an increasingly serious problem in America today, and see it on the rise among Democrats.”

Build the Wall to Save Taxpayers Billions

Build the Wall to Save Taxpayers Billions

Dems claim it's a waste to spend billions on a wall. But the facts show we can't afford not to build it. As the cover of the president's new budget says, "Taxpayers First."

Yes, Trump Is Target of 'Presidential Harassment'

Yes, Trump Is Target of 'Presidential Harassment'

When he complains about harassment, he has a legitimate case to make.

Waging War Against the Dead

Waging War Against the Dead

Stanford students and faculty could have found a much easier target in their war against the dead: the eponymous founder of their university, Leland Stanford himself.

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The American Legion was founded following which one of the following conflicts?
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"Remember when Democrats complained that $5.7 billion for a border wall was too expensive? Well, that's chump change compared to what many of the congressional Democrats and nearly all of those 15 declared Democrats in the presidential race are now rallying behind.The price tag isn't in the billions but in the tens of trillions. President Trump was attacked earlier this month by Democrats for a budget…[more]
 
 
—Stephen Moore, Economist, Heritage Foundation Distinguished Visiting Fellow
— Stephen Moore, Economist, Heritage Foundation Distinguished Visiting Fellow
 
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