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FBI spying cause for concern

June 7, 2015 Claims of “black helicopters” spying on us for the government are not just wild conspiracy theories, it turns out. more »»

Paying the price

June 7, 2015 Baltimore is now paying the price for irresponsible words and actions, not only by young thugs in the streets, but also by its mayor and the state prosecutor, both of whom threw the police to the... more »»

Lawfare is killing the death penalty

June 7, 2015 Last week, the Nebraska legislature voted to do away with the death penalty. I think that was a mistake. But that’s a conversation for another day. more »»

Cultural cleansing of Christian males

June 7, 2015 The culture war against Christianity is picking up speed. Last week came word Saint Louis University will remove a heroic-sized statue of Fr. Pierre-Jean De Smet S.J. more »»

Enough intrusions already

June 6, 2015 Intelligence agencies want unfettered authority to invade our privacy. It is in the very nature of spying organizations such as the National Security Agency. more »»

President Obama declares war on climate change

June 6, 2015 President Barack Obama is less than stalwart in the fight against ISIS and doesn’t seem overly concerned about Vladimir Putin’s predation in Ukraine or China’s aggression in the South China Sea. more »»

Caitlyn Jenner’s coming-out party

June 6, 2015 WASHINGTON — It wasn’t quite “Call me Ishmael,” but “Call me Caitlyn” made a whale of a splash. more »»

Bernie Sanders’ socialist charade

June 6, 2015 WASHINGTON — Does any stricture of journalistic propriety or social etiquette require us to participate in Vermont Sen. more »»

Time to stand up for coal

June 5, 2015 Not a single ton of coal is mined in Wisconsin. Complaints about President Barack Obama’s war on coal may not resonate with many Badger State, where mining provides no jobs, But Wisconsin Gov. more »»

Why must Americans clean up a foreign sport?

June 5, 2015 The competent Loretta Lynch can no doubt handle the job of cleansing professional soccer of widespread corruption. But why is that the U.S. attorney general’s job? One must ask. more »»

O’Malley factor

June 5, 2015 Martin O’Malley, former Baltimore mayor and Maryland governor, announced his presidential candidacy on Saturday, and said some things that could be taken as criticism of President Obama and former... more »»

Neither freedom nor safety

June 5, 2015 In their continuous efforts to create the impression that the government is doing something to keep Americans safe, politicians in Washington have misled and lied to the public. more »»

Another black eye for IRS

June 4, 2015 Hopefully, the Internal Revenue Service official in charge of transparency has nothing to hide. We use the qualifier because, well, this is the federal government. more »»

N.D. has more non-teaching university employees per capita than any other state

June 4, 2015 When the 2013-2015 biennium ends on June 30 the taxpayers of the State of North Dakota will have increased spending on our 11-campus university system by 133 percent over the last decade. more »»

The College Board’s sabotage of American history

June 4, 2015 A stellar group of American historians and academics released a milestone open letter yesterday in protest of deleterious changes to the advanced placement U.S. history (APUSH) exam. more »»

Absence of a smoking gun doesn’t equate to innocence

June 4, 2015 Let’s say, just for kicks, you murdered your husband (or wife). more »»

Change energy policy

June 3, 2015 Oil and natural gas are being used as geopolitical weapons like never before in history. Russia’s Vladimir Putin has become perhaps the world’s most skillful, effective practitioner. more »»

Ann Coulter takes on pro-amnesty media

June 3, 2015 Ann Coulter has another best-selling book coming out, provocatively titled “Adios, America: The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country Into a Third World Hellhole. more »»

Parenting trumps ethnicity in school suspensions

June 3, 2015 Statistics on disciplinary action collected by schools in the Fargo metropolitan area revealed that Hispanic, African-American and Native American children were suspended five or six times more than... more »»

A summer break from campus muzzling

June 3, 2015 WASHINGTON — Commencement season brings a respite from the sinister childishness rampant on campuses. more »»



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