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In a system rigged by Beijing, the winners want to make the most of their limited new powers.
Obtaining phone logs of political rivals is a stunning abuse of congressional power.
Eight state parties have canceled 2020 contests or limited them to Trump.
The alternative is to tell them they’re simply going to die and turn to dust.
It arose out of serious aims, not tawdry ones, and it holds lessons in resilience and perseverance.
Voters figure out they need to pick a new path for the country before they leave the European Union.
Most economic objections apply to the income tax as well. But 16th Amendment permits the latter.
His broad definition of bribery would capture Joe’s work in Ukraine.
‘I can’t help but wonder if Mayor Pete just looks at what LGBTQ activists have been working on for years and then chooses to spite it.’
They’re demanding a U.S. right to enforce another country’s labor laws in the trade deal.
Charter schools would help him break from the Democratic pack.
Europe wants everyone else to handle its jihadist citizens in Syria.
Hiring at small firms surged again in November.
A national exchange program could reduce partisan prejudice.
The Democrat demands, and then discloses, the call logs of his opponents.
Nowadays a spin-bike ad is sexist exploitation.
The jobless rate is 3.6%. When better to renew work requirements?
Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi should have a talk about the destructive siren song of their party’s leftwing ideology—from Medicare for All to Adam Schiff.
The Constitution gives the president, not a club of unelected officials, the power to set foreign policy.
Superdelegates may end up deciding the Democrats’ 2020 presidential nominee.