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Big Trump-Russia report coming, but how much will remain secret?

by Byron York On May 23 of this year, President Trump gave Attorney General Bill Barr “full and complete authority” to declassify information relating to the actions of the FBI and intelligence community in investigating the 2016 Trump campaign. Grantin

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The smearing of Brett Kavanaugh continues

by Marc A. Thiessen A Columbia Journalism Review poll released this year found that half of all Americans have “hardly any confidence at all” in the media, which beat out even Congress as the institution for which the public has the lowest confidence. I

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The murder of a 9-year-old and the fight to end Chicago's gun violence

In the fight against gun violence, there is no more fitting poster child than Tyshawn Lee. Tyshawn was killed in 2015. Chicago racked up some 450 murders that year. But the 9-year-old’s murder stood out for its brutality. “An act of barbarism,” th

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Trump administration is more 'Game of Thrones' than 'West Wing'

by Eugene Robinson I want to hear the Democratic presidential candidates explain, convincingly, how they’re going to beat Donald Trump. Then I want to hear how they propose to repair the devastating damage Trump has done to all three branches of government &#

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When did sports switch from escapism to drama?

by Leo Morris It’s stretched beyond two weeks since the abrupt departure of the Colts quarterback, and so far, we seem to have been spared the awful kind of puns usually favored by newspaper headline writers and TV news readers: “Colts are out of Luck.&

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The FBI investigation into Brett Kavanaugh turns out to be more of a sham than it seemed

In September 2018, as the battle over the confirmation of Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court raged, then-Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) and Sen. Christopher A. Coons (D-Del.) struck a deal. Mr. Flake would delay confirming Mr. Kavanaugh until the FBI complete

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Causes of a possible recession

by Michael Hicks Economic growth, not recession, is the norm. For every one quarter the U.S. has spent in recession since the end of World War II, we’ve spent eight quarters growing. Of the 75 quarters in this century, only 10 have been recessionary. I’

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Corporate America has a word on guns. Will McConnell listen now?

Testimony from people who have lost family and friends to gun violence doesn’t seem to have much influenced Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky). Nor have the views of nearly 90 percent of Americans, who polls show favor sensible gun-control measures

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Why the facts of a constitutional republic must trump lies

By Everett Piper In “The Silver Chair,” the fifth book in “The Chronicles of Narnia” series, we find three main characters: Two children named Scrubb and Jill, and a Narnian friend called Puddleglum. These three adventurers meet up with Asla

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