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Below is one of the latest cartoons from two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Michael Ramirez.

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December 14, 2017 • 10:37 am

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Be Very Worried About the Future of Free Expression
By David Harsanyi
Friday, July 21 2017
"Ads That Perpetuate Gender Stereotypes Will Be Banned in U.K., but Not in the Good Ol' USA!" reads a recent headline on the website Jezebel. Yay to the good ol' USA for continuing to value the fundamental right of free expression, you might say. Or maybe not. Why would a feminist—or anyone, for that matter—celebrate the idea of empowering bureaucrats to decide how we talk about gender stereotypes? Because these days, foundational values mean increasingly little to those who believe hearing something disagreeable is the worst thing that could happen to them. Sometimes you…
 
Arbitration: A Litigation Alternative Worth Defending
For anyone hoping to "drain the swamp" in America, there's no better place to start than with…
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A Winning Strategy to Repeal Obamacare
When President Ronald Reagan was asked why he settled for a 5 percent tax cut in 1981, half what he had…
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Manufacturing Hate for 'Made in America'
It's "Made in America" week in Washington, D.C. You'd think this would be cause for bipartisan…
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FCC Moves to Restore Internet Freedom
When Donald Trump campaigned for president, his raison d'être was to "make America great again"…
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Trump's War on Red Tape
On Friday the Veterans Affairs posted a list of hundreds of VA employees fired or punished for misconduct…
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The Crisis in America's Crime Labs
Junk science endangers lives. Forensic junk science in the hands of overzealous prosecutors, ignorant…
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For Trump Critics, to Follow Is to Lead
President Trump's performance at the G-20 summit in Germany produced a wave of commentary claiming the…
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What CNN's Threat to Dox a Redditor Tells Us About the State of Journalism
If you're going to create nasty memes to get attention, demand people give you credit for those memes…
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Annual Gallup Survey Provides Conservatives Reason for Optimism
For conservatives, dismay over America's present and despair about its future can become a default setting. …
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When Republicans Saw the Troubled Future of Obamacare Repeal
Why are Republicans on Capitol Hill having so much trouble repealing and replacing Obamacare? There are…
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Question of the Week   
The Antiquities Act, which authorizes the establishment of National Monuments, specifies which one of the following?
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"It's this close: Republicans in the House and Senate have struck a $1.5 trillion tax-cut deal that could put the economy on a fast track for years.All they need is to put the final touches on the bill and pass it in both chambers. President Trump could sign it by Christmas.That would be a major win -- not just for Trump and the GOP, but for America. ...This is no time for spoilers. Americans need…[more]
 
 
—New York Post Editorial Board
— New York Post Editorial Board
 
Liberty Poll   

Based on your understanding of the current Republican tax reform bill, do you believe that you will be better off or worse off if it is passed?