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COULTER: This Hidden Fact Predicts Terrorism

Ann Coulter
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Maybe it’s not radical Islam. Maybe it’s just ‘Islam.’

Mainstream Media Is Still Trying To Pretend That Trump Is Out Of Contention

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence
Donald Trump visits Trump International Golf Links in Aberdeen, Scotland. (Getty Images)

Trump, after a month of missteps, is beginning to pull his entire campaign together.

Hookstead's Hot Take: You're A Racist If You Criticize Johnny Manziel

Opinion | David Hookstead
Johnny Manziel (Reuters Pictures)

The racism against Johnny Manziel needs to end

Are Harvard's Conservative Donors Cowards?

Opinion | Alex Grass
Harvard University [f11photo/Shutterstock]

It’s time for the big-dollar supporters of Harvard to throw their weight around.

How Long Can We Sustain Our Unsustainable Fiscal Policy?

Opinion | Bill Bergman
Senate Dems Ready To Go To War Over Obama's Budget Proposal (Getty Images)

How long can we sustain the unsustainable? Not much longer, is my prediction.

Pride And Prejudice

Opinion | Gregory T. Angelo
People march down 5 Av during the annual Gay Pride parade in New York June 28, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

In total, over 200 Republican legislators voted to uphold same sex marriage. That’s not a negligible number.

Run, Don't Walk To The Nearest Brexit

Opinion | Ken Blackwell
Brexit UK EU referendum concept with flags and topical message (Credit: Shutterstock/Lucian Milasan)

Average folks can win even when it seems like most everyone ‘important’ is against them.

Dr. Dobson Falls Prey To Trumps 'Tar Baby' Campaign

Opinion | Alan Keyes
Dr. James Dobson, the founder of Focus on the Family, has a PhD in child development, and has written many books on how to raise children. But he's more famous for his Family Talk radio program than his pediatric expertise. (Photo:Getty Images.)

If this is the fruit of his association with Donald Trump’s presidential aspirations, what can we say of those aspirations?

Supreme Court Ruling On Immigration A Victory For Anyone Who Wants A Limited Executive

Opinion | Erin Hawley
FILE PHOTO: Protesters unfurl a banner as police look on outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington

The controversial Supreme Court case, United States v. Texas, is not just about immigration.

How Turkey Came Crawling Back To Israel

Opinion | Scott Krane
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Turkey’s Prime Minister, Binali Yildirim, said on Monday the two countries will appoint ambassadors soon.

The Nine Virtues That Can Restore America

Opinion | Eric Bolling
Public display of patriotism? The pair parades their passion in Washington, D.C., before attending the 2008 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner.

Please don’t let the radical left destroy the American dream.

Congress Is Right To Keep Green Energy Riders Off The FAA Bill

Opinion | Christine Harbin
Thune walks to his office after meeting with McConnell at the U.S. Capitol in Washington

Americans deserve to have their elected officials give substantive consideration to the problems they face.

U.S. Laissez-Faire Foreign Policy Allowing Undue Chinese Influence In Djibouti

Opinion | Pete Hoekstra
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The United States has an important role to play counterbalancing Chinese influence in Djibouti.

After Brexit, Make Trade, Not War

Opinion | Jeremy Lott
UK EU referendum concept with flags and BREXIT message (Shutterstock)

The British are likely to be very accommodating in order to strike a deal.

Confronting The Truth About The Pro-Life Movement After Hellerstedt

Opinion | Leslie Loftis
FILE PHOTO: Protesters unfurl a banner as police look on outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington

How does a movement get out-maneuvered in the public arena when the issue polls so well?

In Puerto Rico Bill, Gift-Giving Encouraged

Opinion | Peter Roff
The Government Development Bank (GDB)in San Juan Puerto Rico

If PROMESA is enacted the financial control board will have absolute power in Puerto Rico.

A Travesty Of Justice: Collateral Charges In Military Sexual Assault Cases

Opinion | Michael Conzachi
U.S. Defense Secretary Carter testifies on operations against the Islamic State on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘Show me the man, and I’ll show you the crime’

JVP Standing In The Jewish Community Rivals Hamas And The KKK

Opinion | Abraham H. Miller
A member of Jewish community attends Pope Francis' visit at Rome's Great Synagogue

The Washington Post publishes a Jewish Palestinian activist who once gave an interview to the American Free Press

A Government Agency Making Farmers' Lives Miserable -- Besides The EPA

Opinion | Seton Motley
USDA: open or closed? It's "partially open," but mostly closed. (Photo: Flickr)

The USDA has done what all things government have done — grown into an ever-increasing pain in the keister.

Magna Carta 2.0: Good For Freedom, Good For Growth

Opinion | Larry Kudlow
Farage, leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party gives interviews ahead of a European Union leaders summit addressing the talks about the so-called Brexit and the migrants crisis, in Brussels

Trump is the big winner. Obama got crushed.

Radicalization And The Grain of Sand

Opinion | Alexander Joffe
Omar Mateen (MySpace via Reuters Pictures)

While Jewish radicals mostly leave Judaism to join universal movements, radical Islamists embrace their religious faith.

Obama Partners With Terror-Sponsoring Castro Family Against House Committee On Homeland Security

Opinion | Humberto Fontova
U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with Cuban President Raul Castro after a news conference as part of Obama's three-day visit to Cuba, in Havana

Sleep tight, amigos. Allstate has nothing on the Obama team.

UN Panel Hurts Patients By Blaming Patents

Opinion | Brady Wilson
United Nations (Shutterstock photo)

If the protections of patents and intellectual property are no longer given, companies will lose all incentives

Restoring 'Diversity' To The Supreme Court

Opinion | Robert Natelson
FILE PHOTO: Protesters unfurl a banner as police look on outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington

I do not believe in quotas, but sometimes a bit of affirmative action is a good idea.

Abortionists See Patient Safety As A Burden To Themselves, Not To Women

Opinion | Fr. Frank Pavone
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The ‘burdens’ abortionists recognize are their own, not women’s.

Strange Bedfellows: Clooney And Armenia Versus Azerbaijan

Opinion | Ali El Husseini
Supporters wave Armenian and German flags in front of the Reichstag in Berlin

George Clooney’s visit to Armenia is telling, as it helped to soften the blow of near-total international isolation

Corporate Clinton

Opinion | Ken Blackwell
Hillary Clinton claimed her private email server followed guidelines and said, "It was allowed under the rules of the State Department… it was allowed." 
A federal judge responded to this and did not agree. He said that it "violated government policy" when she used a private server to keep official State Department messages. (Photo: YouTube screen grab)

Economic privilege, not fairness, always has been Hillary Clinton’s agenda.

Brexit: The People Have Spoken, Have Some Respect

Opinion | Hubert Cecil
Brexit. Flags of the United Kingdom and the European Union

London should do away with its moral and intellectual superiority

Donald Trump Should Thank The Voters Of Britain

Opinion | Mike Siegel
Nigel Farage, the leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP), makes a statement after Britain voted to leave the European Union in London

This vote creates an even greater consciousness in the American voter that we do ultimately have power as sovereigns.

Why I Am Voting For Brexit

Opinion | Kevin Dowd
UK EU referendum concept with flags and BREXIT message (Shutterstock)

As they say in America, it’s a no-brainer.

I Wish The GOP Would Talk More About Sex

Opinion | Jon Schweppe
A migrant was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison for accepting a German woman's generous offer of private housing, and then sexually abusing her while she slept. (Shutterstock)

Biologically speaking, of course

Trump Needs Help To Stay The Course On Climate Change

Opinion | Tom Harris
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump poses for a photo after an interview with Reuters in his office in Trump Tower, in the Manhattan borough of New York City, U.S., May 17, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RTSERSL

Canada’s Stephen Harper set an example GOP presumptive nominee must not follow

It's Time To Fire Trump

Opinion | Jim Huffman
Donald Trump Getty Images/Ralph Freso

Dumping Trump would take some backbone on the part of Republican leaders

Dodd Frank Is About To Be Thoroughly Hillaried

Opinion | Richard Lawless
Hillary Clinton claimed her private email server followed guidelines and said, "It was allowed under the rules of the State Department… it was allowed." 
A federal judge responded to this and did not agree. He said that it "violated government policy" when she used a private server to keep official State Department messages. (Photo: YouTube screen grab)

When legal taxes are no longer enough, steal the bond holders’ money.

COULTER: How Does Immigration Reduce Mass Shootings?

Ann Coulter | Ann Coulter
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As any competent health professional will tell you, prevention is always better than a cure.

Why Was Omar Mateen On A Terror Watch List If He Was Just A 'Troubled' Man?

Opinion | Scott Greer
Omar Mateen Myspace handout via Reuters

The argument for a no-fly no-buy gun ban goes against the liberal narrative the Orlando shooter wasn’t a jihadi

Low Skill Workers And Modest Income Consumers Victims Of Higher Minimum Wage

Opinion | Stephen DeMaura
A Chicago Police officer looks on as demonstrators gather on the sidewalk with placards during a protest for a $15-an-hour nationwide minimum wage in downtown Chicago

These harmful policies, while they may sound good on paper, will cost good American jobs, and by the millions.

Donald Trump Looks For Political Salvation From Evangelical Leaders

Opinion | Warren Throckmorton
Real estate magnate Donald Trump waves as he leaves a Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce business expo at the Radisson Hotel in Nashua, New Hampshire, May 11, 2011. Trump suggested Wednesday it's not much fun flirting with the idea of running for president in the face of relentless attacks and ridicule. REUTERS/Don Himsel/Pool

Perhaps evangelical pastors should stick to saving souls and let Mr. Trump work out his own salvation politically

How Could Paul Ryan And Mitt Romney Be So Misled?

Opinion | Foster Friess
Rep. Paul Ryan at a Victory Rally with Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney August 12, 2012 at NASCAR Technical Institute in Mooresville, North Carolina. (Photo: John Adkisson/Getty Images)

The previous presidential ticket should be more understanding of Trump’s comments about Judge Curiel.

Britain Created Belgium, And It Can End Its Domination Too

Opinion | John Griffing
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The U.K. should abandon the lie that “Europe” is anything more than what the Anglo-American world has permitted it to be.

Omar Mateen's Possible Homosexuality -- Why Does It Matter?

Opinion | Alan Keyes
ORLANDO, FL - JUNE 12: Orlando police officers seen outside of Pulse nightclub after a fatal shooting and hostage situation on June 12, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. The suspect was shot and killed by police after 20 people died and 42 were injured. (Photo by Gerardo Mora/Getty Images)

They’ve got us coming and going.

The Other 2016 Election -- And Why The U.S. Should Care

Opinion | Lanny Davis
United Nations (Shutterstock photo)

This election should encompass a debate about the future of the U.N.

In The Aftermath Of The Orlando Jihadist, Muslim Homophobia Comes Out Of The Closet

Opinion | Qanta Ahmed
ORLANDO, FL - JUNE 12: Orlando police officers seen outside of Pulse nightclub after a fatal shooting and hostage situation on June 12, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. The suspect was shot and killed by police after 20 people died and 42 were injured. (Photo by Gerardo Mora/Getty Images)

Laws enacted, enforced and prosecuted by Muslims have created a climate of lethal intolerance

Orlando Terrorist Attack Highlights Importance Of SWAT Teams

Opinion | Mark E. Lomax
ORLANDO, FL - JUNE 12: Orlando police officers seen outside of Pulse nightclub after a fatal shooting and hostage situation on June 12, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. The suspect was shot and killed by police after 20 people died and 42 were injured. (Photo by Gerardo Mora/Getty Images)

An Orlando Police Department SWAT unit ended the hostage crisis.

Why We Need Brexit

Opinion | Hubert Cecil
Brexit UK EU referendum concept with flags and topical message (Credit: Shutterstock/Lucian Milasan)

Let’s remember what has made strong us in the past; independence of thought and self-reliance.

Is Republican Arizona Really A 2016 Swing State?

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence
Trump leads Clinton by 5 percent (Getty Images)

Trump’s net favorability rating is substantially higher than Clinton’s.

How Donald Trump Can Save The USA

Opinion | D.B. Ganz
Republican U.S. Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona, June 18, 2016. REUTERS/Nancy Wiechec - RTX2GZ6I

He should ask for forgiveness from those he antagonized; and then gracefully abdicate his candidacy.

10 Shocking Things You'll Learn In Clueless Star-Turned-Conservative Commentator Stacey Dash's New Book

Opinion | Stacey Dash
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Dash has opened up like never before in her tell-all new book ‘There Goes My Social Life.’

Arbitrary Restrictions On Our Freedom Won't Prevent The Next Attack

Opinion | Michael J. Webert
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Infringing on our liberties is not how you prevent the next terror attack.

Music Consumers Can Only Count On Market Competition To Protect Their Freedom To Listen

Opinion | Peter Ferrara
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Business is good for ASCAP and BMI, both recently setting all time annual revenue marks eclipsing $1 billion.

The Illiberal Campaign Against Home-Schooling

Opinion | Mary Eberstadt
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Here as elsewhere, diversity is a thin word — whereas the thick reality of intolerance is something very different.