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December 14, 2017 • 10:37 am

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Trump's Long March Problem
By Byron York
Tuesday, April 18 2017
A new president needs to staff his administration with people who will be loyal to him. Donald Trump's problem is that he does not have enough loyalists to staff the White House, much less the entire executive branch. Previous presidents have come to Washington after enough time in politics to develop concentric circles of loyalists who can take jobs at all levels of government. Just look at the people who stood ready to help the Bush family or the Clintons over the years. Trump, who never held public office before winning the presidency, didn't have that. In addition, he campaigned with an abrasive…
 
Should the United States Stop Cooperating With the OECD?
How would you feel if I told you that we taxpayers are spending millions of dollars every year to fund…
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Robot Revolution
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is taking flak for saying he's "not worried at all" about…
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Who's Unsafe on Campus?
Springtime may be in bloom, but snowflakes never go out of season at America's most prestigious colleges…
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These Are the Questions Susan Rice Needs to Answer
The House Intelligence Committee reportedly wants former national security adviser Susan Rice to testify…
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Congress Restores Regulatory Sanity to Online Privacy Law
From time immemorial, Congress has drawn citizens' wrath by habitually taking the easy or popular route…
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What the Politicians Won't Say About Drugs
The Trump administration is launching a campaign against the heroin and pain pill epidemic, which causes…
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The Northwestern University Rape Outbreak That Wasn't
Campus feminists whipped up a Category-5 frenzy over sexual assault allegations at a Northwestern University…
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Schiff Mum on What He Saw at White House
Adam Schiff, ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, has been sharply critical of the panel's…
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Devin Nunes Has No Reason to Recuse Himself
The day after House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes, R-Calif., held a press conference saying…
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Public Broadcasting: Taxpayer Subsidies for Rich People
Should American taxpayers, many of whom struggle to make ends meet, be forced to subsidize public broadcasting…
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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
 
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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?