The Heritage Foundation awarded it’s 2018 Salvatori Prize for American Citizenship to journalist Tucker Carlson for his work protecting and advancing American values. “At a time when the press has become doctrinaire and is afraid to discuss what really ails America, Tucker Carlson is one of the very few prominent journalists who hosts genuine debates and who challenges
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Recent data from Nationwide’s Health of Housing Markets Report (HoHM Report) show a further worsening of housing market sustainability. For the first time since 2010, Nationwide’s proprietary Leading Index of Healthy Housing Markets (LIHHM) does not forecast a positive outlook for the housing sector. LIHHM is unusual among housing market reports because it is a forward-looking
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The federal government is currently taking in more than 200 children a day, with many of them placed in a former Walmart near the southern border. Last week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ citation of the Bible as justification for the zero-tolerance policy on immigration enforcement that led to this state of affairs outraged liberals and
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In November 2015, an ISIS cell killed 130 and injured 368 in coordinated attacks across Paris. In order to plan the atrocity, key members of the cell—a mix of those born in Europe and those born in the Middle East, South Asia, or North Africa—used migrant routes to travel back and forth between Syria and
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In 2015, a drone crashed into the stands at the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York City. Local authorities charged the operator with reckless endangerment. Not long afterward, a similar incident occurred in Kentucky when a drone crashed inside a football stadium with 63,000 fans present. That drone operator received the same charge: reckless endangerment. But that was
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  by Luke Rosiak Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper seemed to lack a grasp of basic details of the hack that led to WikiLeaks publishing the Democratic National Committee’s emails, and WikiLeaks said Friday that “Clapper gets literally everything wrong.” “In April, Russia used a third party ‘cut-out’ to send more than 19,000
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  by Rob Shimshock NBC News ran a report Sunday night entitled “Investigation Finds Resegregation In Some Charter Schools,” which detailed hundreds of public charter schools have a disproportionate number of white students. “There are more than 7,000 [charter schools] nationwide. They’re often meant to give opportunities to traditionally disadvantaged kids,” NBC “Nightly News with
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Does Harvard University discriminate against Asian-Americans? That’s the question now before a federal court in Boston. On Friday, a nonprofit claiming the university illegally discriminates filed a trove of admissions documents as part of its case. The plaintiffs, Students for Fair Admissions, point out that a study conducted by Harvard itself concluded that being Asian-American
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Congress recently voted to raise the budget caps that limited the amount of money they can spend. While doing so, they claimed that the budget caps were so tight they were having devastating and lasting consequences for the government. Could that possibly be true? Could the federal government’s real problem be that it doesn’t have
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Seattle has suffered from a lot of bad publicity lately: horrendous homelessness problems, intractable traffic congestion, through-the-roof housing prices, and pushback against its radical city council for passing a “head tax” on jobs that was repealed just weeks after its enactment. But Seattle also is the home of many robust and innovative nonprofit organizations, most
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With these words, written by Peter Strzok, the lead FBI investigator for the Hillary Clinton email investigation and the Donald Trump presidential “we’ll stop him” campaign, this FBI employee assured his FBI pals that Donald Trump would never be elected to the White House and would never serve as president. One is reminded that
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President Donald Trump tells the stories of two young girls brutally murdered by the animalistic gang MS-13, a Salvadoran gang that builds its numbers through illegal immigration and intimidation of Hispanic communities. The president also spoke of a man who was murdered and his body burned by an illegal immigrant MS-13 gang member. “The gang
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Economy watchers can’t seem to find anything to worry about, with the possible exception of a trade war that few believe will happen. The economy is growing, unemployment is down, labor force participation is up, inflation is hitting Fed targets, the stock market shrugs at bad news and embraces the good. As Fed chairman Jay
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