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SIENA HOEFLING — When Syrian President Bashar al-Assad reportedly used chemical weapons against his own people, U.S. President Donald Trump answered with punitive missiles. Assad violated previous agreements, said Trump, and the United States had a security interest "to prevent and deter the spread and use of deadly chemical weapons."... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES — An anti-Donald Trump "dossier" created by a former British spy and financed by Democratic-linked money has significant detractors: the people accused of crimes in a supposed Trump-Russia conspiracy. Three men -- Mr. Trump's attorney, a campaign volunteer and a tech company CEO -- have publicly said that the parts about them in the dossier are fiction.... (more)

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WASHINGTON EXAMINER — A new Washington Post poll that declares President Trump as "the least popular president in modern times," waits until the second to last paragraph to reveal another tidbit: He'd still beat Hillary Rodham Clinton if the election were held today and in the popular vote, not just Electoral College.... (more)

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CHELSEA SCHILLING — Americans of all political stripes have a new daytime TV obsession, and their favorite, "wildly entertaining" show stars none other than White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. Spicer, known for his scrappy encounters with members of the mainstream media, regularly calls out the press for what he sees as their inaccurate and biased reporting.... (more)

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PAUL BREMMER — Border fences may keep the enemy out, but what do you do when the enemy is already inside your gates? That is the situation America faces.... (more)

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DETROIT FREE PRESS — It was the summer of 1990. Mariya Taher was 7 years old, vacationing in India with her family, when one day her mother took her to a run-down apartment building without explaining why. She remembers climbing some stairs, opening a door and seeing older women in a room. There was laughter, and the place seemed cheerful.... (more)

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PAUL BREMMER — House Speaker Paul Ryan's approval rating has sunk to a low of 29 percent, lower than President Trump's and lower than those of John Boehner, Nancy Pelosi and Newt Gingrich at the same point during their first full terms as speaker.... (more)

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NEWSMAX — President Donald Trump used Earth Day on Saturday as a platform to deliver a message that wove a commitment to protecting the environment with support for American workers, The Hill reported Saturday... (more)

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NEWSMAX — Bill Nye Saturday slammed President Donald Trump's Twitter post on Earth Day, saying that "he's being strongly influenced by the fossil-fuel industry -- and he's not seeing the big picture."... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES — Take the Women's March on Washington, slash its attendance, throw in Bill Nye "the science guy," and you have the formula for Saturday's March for Science, the latest in this year's series of anti-Trump protests.... (more)

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WORLDNETDAILY — Angry student mobs shutting down free speech on U.S. college campuses are behaving like "terrorists," charges war hero Lt. Col. Allen West.... (more)

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GEORGE WILL — In his first annual message to Congress, John Quincy Adams, among the most experienced and intellectually formidable presidents, warned leaders against giving the impression that "we are palsied by the will of our constituents." In this regard, if in no other, the 45th president resembles the sixth.... (more)

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ANDREW C. MCCARTHY — We had to tell the judge. It was the middle of our terrorism trial in 1995, and the Blind Sheikh's lawyer was trying to elicit hearsay from a witness -- some innocent-sounding remark the witness had heard the "emir of jihad" make. I bolted out of my seat to object. At the sidebar, I made the Evidence 101 point that if the Blind Sheikh wanted his words placed before the jury, he would need to take the stand and testify.... (more)

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DETROIT NEWS — Federal agents arrested a second doctor and his wife Friday in a widening conspiracy involving female genital mutilation and members of a Muslim sect.... (more)

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SELF.COM — In the nearly two years since Caitlyn Jenner first went public with her gender identity, she's been upfront with her struggles as a transgender role model and advocated for transgender students. In her new book, The Secrets of My New Life (out April 25), she opens up about undergoing gender-affirming surgery, Radar Online reports. However, experts say it's important to remember that what transgender individuals – or any individuals – do or don't do with their bodies isn't anyone else's business but their own.... (more)

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NEW YORK TIMES — They looked like Afghan Army soldiers returning from the front lines, carrying the bodies of wounded comrades as part of the ruse. Dressed in military uniforms, a squad of 10 Taliban militants drove in two army Ford Ranger trucks past seven checkpoints. They arrived inside northern Afghanistan's largest military installation just as hundreds, perhaps thousands, of unarmed soldiers were emerging from Friday Prayers and preparing for lunch.... (more)

3 days ago
CLIF KINCAID — Since MSNBC's Rachel Maddow is still preoccupied with the supposed influence of Russia on President Donald Trump and the American political process, we suggest that the publication of a new book called Communism for Kids by MIT Press is worthy of her attention. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the 1917 Russian revolution, this book offers a glimpse into an uprising that was global in scope and which has not only destroyed the moral fiber of Russia, but has also done enormous damage to America.... (more)

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WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stole a line from congressional Republicans in his call for America to "repeal or replace" the Iran Deal.... (more)

3 days ago
NEWSMAX — Justice Neil Gorsuch took his first major action on the U.S. Supreme Court by casting the deciding vote to let Arkansas begin executing a group of death-row inmates.... (more)

3 days ago
RICH LOWRY — Donald Trump's saber rattling may or may not deter Kim Jong-un, but it's had an effect south of the border. In the first few months of this year, illegal border crossings have dropped precipitously. It is an early proof of concept that yes, it is possible to secure the border, and a victory, even if a provisional and incomplete one, for President Trump's enforcement agenda.... (more)

3 days ago
WASHINGTON TIMES — President Trump met at the White House Friday with an Egyptian-American woman whose freedom he had personally worked to secure after she had been imprisoned in Egypt for nearly three years. Mr. Trump greeted Aya Hijazi, an Egyptian who holds U.S. citizenship, in the Oval Office shortly after her return to the U.S. on a military flight from Cairo.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES — The March for Science has landed under the microscope amid mounting criticism over its left-of-center political agenda, prompting fears that the event could do more harm to the image of scientific research than good. Organizers of the Saturday protest, which is being held in Washington, D.C., along with 600 satellite marches across the nation and worldwide, insist the march is political but nonpartisan. Not everyone is buying it.... (more)

4 days ago
CLIFF KINCAID — As my colleague Roger Aronoff reports, the media are livid that President Donald Trump is dismantling former President Barack Obama's "climate change" legacy of deindustrialization and federal government control of energy resources. Meanwhile, factions of the U.S. Catholic Church and some Protestants are brainwashing church members into accepting the non-Christian idea that religious faith involves a belief in an Earth Spirit.... (more)

4 days ago
VICTOR DAVIS HANSON — Shortly after the 2008 election, President Obama's soon-to-be chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, infamously declared, "You never let a serious crisis go to waste." He elaborated: "What I mean by that [is] it's an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before."... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES — It would be hard for biased, negative news coverage of President Trump to get any worse. "As President Trump approaches the end of his first 100 days in office, he has received by far the most hostile press treatment of any incoming American president, with the broadcast networks punishing him with coverage that has been 89 percent negative," wrote Rich Noyes and Mike Ciandella, both analysts for Newsbusters.org, a conservative press watchdog.... (more)

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