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Why Trump Fired Comey By Andrew McCarthy

At last, at least for your humble correspondent, this week’s big hearing brought clarity. I now believe President Donald Trump fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey because he believes Comey intentionally misled the public into believing Trump was … Continue reading

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Review Of City of Dreams

  In his book, City of Dreams; Dodger Stadium and the Birth of Modern Los Angeles, Jerald Podair traces the tumultuous journey of Walter O’Malley in his quest to build his beloved Brooklyn Dodgers their own home on the East … Continue reading

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Why Arizona doesn’t observe daylight saving time Scott Craven

As the nation moves clocks forward Sunday, Arizona stands pat. That means more time to check out daylight-saving trivia (Photo: jasastyle, Getty Images/iStockphoto) Story Highlights You can leave your clocks alone Sunday, March 12, when the country shifts to DST. … Continue reading

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Education at a Crossroads By Thomas Sowell

In just a matter of days — perhaps next Monday — a decision will be made in Washington affecting the futures of millions of children in low-income communities, and in the very troubled area of race relations in America. An … Continue reading

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Dear Women of America By Kariss Lynch

I couldn’t stand with you this weekend, and yet I am one of you. It isn’t because I don’t believe in women’s rights and equality. I do. I believe God created men and women with equal value and different roles. … Continue reading

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A Brief History of the U.S. Inauguration

The first president, George Washington, was inaugurated at Federal Hall in New York on April 30, 1789. Washington repeated the oath, read by Chancellor Robert Livingston of New York, with one hand on the Bible: “I do solemnly swear that … Continue reading

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The Truth About Fidel and Raul By Ted Cruz

There is more than enough evidence to judge the Castros’ legacy for what it is: the systematic exploitation and oppression of the Cuban people. Two decades of “Castro-is-dead” rumors are finally at an end. And the race is on to … Continue reading

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