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

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May 26, 2016 • 01:20 pm

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America Still Needs School Choice
By Ben Boychuk
Thursday, January 21 2016
Next week is National School Choice Week. Now in its sixth year, the event — really, 16,140 events spread across all 50 states — is meant to celebrate a range of educational options for parents and kids and shine a bright light on places where those options are few and far between. We live at a time when you can order more than 80,000 combinations of coffee and espresso at Starbucks, chow on more than 400 variations on a hamburger from the “secret menu” at California’s famous In-N-Out Burger chain, and sip from among 1,500 whiskeys from around the world at the Multnomah…
 
Mayor de Blasio: Hypocrite Hooked on Hollywood Cash
Because the crime rate is zero, the potholes are all fixed and homelessness has been completely eradicated…
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Hillary's Healthcare Lies
Hillary Clinton is attacking rival Bernie Sanders, calling his plan to replace Obamacare with socialist…
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Yes, Partisanship Can Be Frustrating, but It's Better Than the Alternative
"It's one of the few regrets of my presidency — that the rancor and suspicion between…
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Obama's Lawlessness Fuels Civil Disobedience and Record Government Distrust
If Barack Obama refuses to follow the rule of law, how can he expect others to do so?  That's a…
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A First Amendment Reckoning for Teachers Unions
If the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of association means anything at all, it should mean…
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What '13 Hours' Teaches
A new movie that touches upon the election prospects of one female candidate for president debuts this…
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Political Earthquake Ahead
Bush v. Gore decided a single election. But the case heard by the Supreme Court on Monday could impact…
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Powerball's Biggest Winner: Government
Ka-ching! Wednesday's Powerball jackpot soared to $1.5 billion as get-rich-quick mania seized America…
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'Messing With the Constitution'
In recent years, a small but growing number of people have advocated a convention of states to propose…
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Obama's Legacy Is Executive Abuse
Over the winter break, I finally got around to binge-watching "Parks and Recreation." In case…
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Question of the Week   
Since its inception in 1861, how many Medal of Honor recipients have been women?
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"Well . . . what are we to make of the refusal by Clinton, Mills, Sullivan, and Abedin to cooperate with the Obama State Department IG? What are we to make of Mrs. Clinton's public posturing that of course she is prepared to cooperate -- and encourages her subordinates to cooperate -- with government investigators? And how is a former high government official who systematically evaded federal records…[more]
 
 
—Andrew C. McCarthy, Legal Commentator, Terrorism Expert and Former Federal Prosecutor
— Andrew C. McCarthy, Legal Commentator, Terrorism Expert and Former Federal Prosecutor
 
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If Bernie Sanders debates Donald Trump before the California presidential primaries, who will be the biggest loser?