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The Super Tuesday shakeout

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Campaign 2016 | It has become annoying to be asked who I support in the primaries. At some point it’s like asking which way you would like the sea to surge. You just stand…

Bernie Sanders’ business class socialists

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Campaign 2016 | Winston Churchill is rumored to have said, “If a man is not a socialist by the time he is 20, he has no heart. If he is not a conservative by the time he is…

Hurricane Scalia hits Washington

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Supreme Court | ‘Two branches of government hang in the balance’

Country needs more than a boastful businessman

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Campaign 2016 | The business boast is a troubling theme in this election’s Republican presidential primaries: “I have run a business. A country is no different. So I can…

Today, we caucus

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Campaign 2016 | In America, ordinary people decide the political fate of really powerful people who want to be even more powerful. One would think we would end up with a lot…

What evangelicals get out of Donald Trump

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Campaign 2016 | The arena at Liberty University was packed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a large crowd. Attendance at convocation is required for students, but the…

Obama’s ‘better politics’

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Politics | In his 1941 State of the Union address, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt proposed the “four freedoms.” President Barack Obama, in his final State of…

President Dangerfield

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Foreign Policy | “I tell ya … I don’t get no respect.” — Comedian Rodney Dangerfield (1921–2004) Barack Obama is our President Dangerfield. In world politics, he gets…

Arming the church

Arming the church

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Gun Rights | America’s in the heat of a gun fight. There is no chance that Congress will pass new gun control legislation this year, so President Obama is ready to…

A topsy-turvy 2015: The new politics of identity

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Sexuality | It’s a mad, mad, mad world and getting madder. Mark Twain once quipped, “Common sense is very uncommon,” and it’s less common today than ever before.

Predicting the next president

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Campaign 2016 | Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. Of course, predictions are easy to make. If you end up right, you can boast. If you’re wrong,

The Trump effect

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Campaign 2016 | American politics doesn’t seem to be making any sense this year. A blustery billionaire is leading the pack for the Republican presidential nomination and…

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