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After the 19th national congress of the Chinese Communist Party in October, one may discern Premier Xi Jinping's vision of the emerging New World Order. By 2049, the centennial of the triumph of Communist Revolution, China shall have become the … more
Editor's note: This column was originally published in the Sunday edition of the LA Times. The loud fight over what will happen to America's "Dreamers" isn't what it seems. For both sides, it's a fig leaf used to mask their true intentions. In … more
"More is now required of us than to put down our thoughts in writing,'' declaimed Jeff Flake in his oration against President Trump, just before he announced he will be quitting the Senate. Though he had lifted the title of his August anti-Trump … more
Editor's note: John McCain, a Republican, represents Arizona in the U.S. Senate. This column originally ran in The Washington Post on Jan. 16. After leaving office, President Ronald Reagan created the Ronald Reagan Freedom Award to recognize … more
ARLINGTON, Va. - The breakfasters at Bob and Edith's Diner are too preoccupied with their tasty bacon and eggs to notice the Democratic gubernatorial candidate. Or perhaps, like all Americans who are more sensitive than oysters, they are in the … more
The recent hysteria among the left and the upstream media over the dispute between the press and President Trump about his call to the mother of a U.S. soldier killed in Niger recently received plenty of commentary, most of it the usual drivel from … more
Police across South Carolina and America have spent millions of dollars on officer body cameras. But The New York Times just reported that a rigorous study released last week shows that these cameras have almost no effect on officer behavior. The … more
Keep calm and carry on. Those words, though not appearing as extensively on posters in wartime Britain as often supposed, are good advice for Americans now appalled by the presidency of Donald Trump. It is widely proclaimed that he is a president … more
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - But for the bomb, the four would be in their 60s, probably grandmothers. Three were 14 and one was 11 in 1963 when the blast killed them in the 16th Street Baptist Church, which is four blocks from the law office of Doug Jones, … more
When hunting was the major source of food, hunters often used stalking horses as a means of sneaking up on their prey. They would synchronize their steps on the side of the horse away from their prey until they were close enough for a good shot. A … more
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