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What’s Missing from the Supreme Court

If Brett Kavanaugh’s swift, steady climb up the American legal ladder clears one more rung, the Supreme Court of the United States will have a majority of justices, five of them, who as young adults previously worked there in [...]
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Facebook Wants To Let The Heritage Foundation Decide What’s News

One of these men is full of shit, and the other is a robot. Yesterday, Axios reported that Facebook was reaching out to some groups in an effort to keep the social media giant from hemorrhaging any more trust, by which we mean money. Worried [...]
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News Analysis: After Trump Strikes Syria, Syrians Wonder ‘What’s Next?’

3 months ago | 0 comment
Seven years in, some now argue that the only realistic way to stop the war, prevent a jihadist resurgence and allow the country to move on is to acknowledge that Mr. Assad, with help from Iran and Russia, will remain in power and to effectively [...]
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Here’s What’s in the Budget Bill Nobody’s Bothered to Read

4 months ago | 0 comment
President Donald Trump’s budget proposals have taken a hatchet to President Barack Obama’s top priorities. They’ve called for deep cuts in renewable energy, medical research and nonmilitary spending in general. They’ve eliminated TIGER, [...]
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What’s the World’s Fastest-Growing Economy? Ghana Contends for the Crown

4 months ago | 0 comment
And oil is not the only resource helping to drive Ghana’s economy. Cocoa is Ghana’s other natural bounty, and producers are piggybacking on the oil boom. Edmund Poku, the managing director of Niche Cocoa, said his processing factory [...]
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As Donald Trump Jr. Drums Up Business in India, Some Ask What’s Being Sold

5 months ago | 0 comment
As Mr. Trump hopped from city to city, Senator Robert Menendez, Democrat of New Jersey, sought assurances from the United States Embassy in Delhi that it was not helping Mr. Trump. And ethics experts seemed unable to overstate the incongruity [...]
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What’s Missing From the Gun Debate

5 months ago | 0 comment
In March 1999, President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Janet Reno called a meeting of representatives of several federal agencies to discuss what to do about school violence levels, which were high but not increasing. I showed the group [...]
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As West Fears the Rise of Autocrats, Hungary Shows What’s Possible

5 months ago | 0 comment
“Viktor Orban has demonstrated that in Europe things are possible,” the leader of Poland’s governing Law and Justice party, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, said in 2016. “You have given an example, and we are learning from your example.” Mr. [...]
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Here Is What’s Going On With Stupid #MEMOGATE, Part Eleventy Million

5 months ago | 0 comment
Your Boyfriend Adam Schiff. Holy News Dump, Batman! Is The Most “Successful” Administration Ever(™) hoping that the wife-beating scandals drown out their refusal to release the Democratic rebuttal memo? Or vice versa? Yes, yes it is! Okay, [...]
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The Interpreter: In Afghanistan’s Unwinnable War, What’s the Best Loss to Hope For?

6 months ago | 0 comment
Though far from the most promising option, it is the least humiliating. But sooner or later, the United States and Afghanistan will find themselves facing one of Afghanistan’s endgames — whether by choice or not. Video How Many U.S. [...]