From withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord to his administration's Environmental Protection Agency…
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Image of the Day: Trump Destroying the Planet, Cont'd

From withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord to his administration's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Trump is obviously destroying the planet:

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July 18, 2018 • 02:19 pm
Boston University's Fake-O-Nomics Darling

Boston University's Fake-O-Nomics Darling

Instead of hitting the books, Ocasio-Cortez appears to have spent most of her college days pounding the social justice pavement.

Dems' Big Lie About Kavanaugh

Dems' Big Lie About Kavanaugh

The states are maneuvering around Obamacare rules to give the healthy lower premiums and still protect the seriously ill.

A Strategic Opening for Centrist Republicans on "Net Neutrality"

A Strategic Opening for Centrist Republicans on "Net Neutrality"

Achieving a real solution would also allow moderate Republicans in Congress to put Democrats who claim to support net neutrality on the spot.

Trump Administration Announces Important IRS Reform and Donor Privacy Protections

Trump Administration Announces Important IRS Reform and Donor Privacy Protections

It's an issue that claims unanimous support among conservatives and libertarians...

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Public-Sector Workers No Longer Forced to Pay Involuntary Union Dues

Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President of Legal and Public Affairs, discusses the Supreme Court’s Janus v. AFSCME decision, how public-sector workers will no longer be required to pay involuntary membership dues to unions and what the decision means for First Amendment freedoms of speech and association[more]
Trade, Tariffs and Free Enterprise

Ryan Young, Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, discusses President Trump's current and threatened tariffs and what may come from renegotiating NAFTA[more]
The Moral Significance of Superhero Stories in Modern Times

Dr. Travis Smith, Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Concordia University, discusses his latest book, Superhero Ethics, and whether superheroes can save American freedom in an era when our liberal democratic society undermines the personal responsibility necessary for freedom[more]
The Judicial Nomination and Confirmation Process

Gayle Trotter, Attorney and Spokeswoman for Judicial Crisis Network (JCN), discusses the judicial nomination and confirmation process for a Supreme Court Justice and JCN's #AnotherGreatJustice ad campaign[more]
Judge Kavanaugh and the Other Judges on President Trump's SCOTUS Short List

John Malcolm, Vice President, Institute for Constitutional Government at The Heritage Foundation, discusses the judges who made Trump's Supreme Court short list and the factors that may have tipped the scale in the direction of Judge Brett Kavanaugh[more]
Supreme Court Review

Ilya Shapiro, Senior Fellow in Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute and Editor-in-Chief of the Cato Supreme Court Review, discusses the final court rulings from the October 2017 Term, the legacy of Justice Anthony Kennedy, and the rankings of President Trump's SCOTUS potential nominees[more]
We Cannot Tax Our Way Out of This

Michael Tanner, Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, discusses America's growing entitlement crisis, the latest from the trustees of the Social Security and Medicare systems, and more[more]
Preparing Future Workers for the Changing Needs of the U.S. Economy

Peter Murphy, Director of Policy at #EdTaxCredit50 and Vice President for Policy at the Invest in Education Foundation, discusses the USA Workforce Tax Credit Act and the need to address our nation's skills gap[more]
Question of the Week   
Which one of the following was deforested during the Civil War to make it virtually impassable by the Confederate army?
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"Sen. Joe Manchin has a potentially worrisome re-election race this fall, but a new West Virginia poll shows one surefire way to increase his favorable odds: a vote for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.A Trafalgar Group survey out Thursday puts Manchin at a whopping 29-point advantage over his Republican competitor, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey -- if he chooses to vote for Kavanaugh. Conversely…[more]
 
 
—Sally Persons, RealClearPolitics
— Sally Persons, RealClearPolitics
 
Liberty Poll   

President Trump has stated and is acting on foreign policy positions regarding four specific countries considered to be U.S. adversaries. With which country do you believe his approach will ultimately prove most successful?