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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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On Russia Hacks, It's Jump-To-Conclusions vs. Wait-And-See
By Byron York
Wednesday, January 04 2017
President-elect Trump stirred yet more controversy Saturday night when, as he entered his New Year's Eve party at Mar-a-Lago, he said he is not convinced the intelligence community is sure about allegations Russian hackers sought to influence the election. "I just want them to be sure, because it's a pretty serious charge," Trump told reporters, "and I want them to be sure." The next morning, Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, scoffed at Trump's statement. "This is the overwhelming judgment of the intelligence community and, frankly…
 
Deadly 'End-of-Life' Myths
As the new Congress convenes, budget cutters are eyeing Medicare, citing predictions that the program…
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Forensic Nightmare: The Perils of Touch DNA
Have you heard of "touch DNA?" This mundane, yet menacing phenomenon exposes the double-edged…
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Standing 'Idly By'
Secretary of State John Kerry used the word "conscience" over and over again as he attempted…
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For Trump, Defense Hawk-Budget Hawk Could Be Winning Combination
Donald Trump has an opportunity to chart a new course for Republicans on defense spending —…
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The Myth of Pre-Existing Conditions
Democrats are warning that once Obamacare is repealed, people with serious illnesses won't get health…
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Thank You, Professor Sowell
I first read Thomas Sowell in college — no thanks to my college. At the majority of America's…
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Farewell
Even the best things come to an end. After enjoying a quarter of a century of writing this column for…
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With Arctic Drilling Ban, Obama Continues His Historic Abuse of Power
While the left panics over President-elect Donald Trump and the erosion of democratic norms, President…
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With EPA Nominee Scott Pruitt, Trump Continues String of Encouraging Picks
This week, departing First Lady Michelle Obama invited derision when she lamented to Oprah Winfrey, "We…
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Life and Death Choice
Going to a hospital is taking your life in your hands. New research shows patients treated at the worst…
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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?