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
Why Democrats Fear the Electoral College

Why Democrats Fear the Electoral College

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Hypocrisy: Admissions Preference Advocates Suddenly Complain About Admissions Preferences

Hypocrisy: Admissions Preference Advocates Suddenly Complain About Admissions Preferences

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Can Trump Win Again in 2020?

Can Trump Win Again in 2020?

Democrats think 2020 will be an easy win over a controversial and often wounded president.

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Truth Comes to Light in Bezos Spectacle

It is not unusual for men caught sexting with women not their wives to claim they have been hacked, or that their texts have somehow been stolen.

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Where in the U.S. Constitution is the Electoral College described?
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