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Despite collecting record tax revenues, the federal government cannot withstand its present spending levels without serious repercussions. As the record-breaking federal debt continues unabated, it undermines the very foundation of our nation’s economic health.

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President Trump has now told more than 12,000 public lies, according to counters at the Washington Post and the Pulitzer Prize-winning website Politifact; and, more and more, he is forcing the corrupt culture of his lies onto the people who touch him in any way and deep, deep into the federa…

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She’s 18 and has half a zillion followers on Instagram. Her posts are full of great pearls of wisdom like, “Somedays I feel pretty and somedays I don’t.” That bit of knowledge should be good for a few million likes and a couple of thousand comments. No wonder advertisers pay her to mention t…

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AURIESVILLE, N.Y. — “This ... is a cri de coeur, a cry from the heart,” writes Bishop Robert Barron in his “Letter to a Suffering Church.” “I am a lifelong Catholic, and I’ve been a priest for 33 years and a bishop for four years. I have dedicated my life to the church. The sexual abuse scan…

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Move-in day for the collegiate class of 2023 is now a memory, but lingering like a rash that just won’t quit is the constant inflammation of the student-loan debacle that for many in this freshman class will cast a long and dubious shadow upon their finances – perhaps for decades.

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Mark Sanford, the former representative and governor of South Carolina, has now joined former representative Joe Walsh and former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld in challenging President Trump for the 2020 Republican presidential nomination.

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Forbearance and mutual respect. Ever heard of these terms? If you’re older than 47, or are a student of American history these terms should be have a familiar ring. They are the “norms or unwritten rules” which fill in the gaps our governing document – the Constitution – leaves open to inter…

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“Honor Your (Foster) Mothers and Fathers” is a new report by Naomi Schaefer Riley, published by the American Enterprise Institute. Riley has made it her business over the past few years to become an expert in foster care and adoption.

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Ronald Reagan said we are never more than one generation away from losing our freedom. Now it seems we are never more than one election away. If you are unconvinced, then watching the astonishing six-minute testimony of Harvard researcher Dr. Robert Epstein is an absolute must (www.c-span.or…

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Like all Americans, I’ve been deeply moved and horrified by the recent spate of mass shootings. Surely, I thought, there must be some commonsense gun regulations that could put an end to the carnage — red-flag laws, longer waiting periods, age limits, something!

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The new report from the Justice Department inspector general proves beyond any doubt that fired FBI Director James Comey leaked sensitive law enforcement material in the Trump-Russia investigation. Doing so set a “dangerous example” for the bureau’s other employees, Inspector General Michael…

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I’ve been on a boat for the last week, on the semi-annual National Review cruise. It’s a vacation mixed with political, cultural and religious analysis (we had a panel on the Vatican, among many other things). On the political front, more than a few of us appreciated being able to mark the e…

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There are many events like January’s annual March for Life that the national media refuses to cover. Another similar event that is scheduled for next weekend is the second “National Day of Mourning” that will memorialize the murder of 20 million aborted black babies.

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With the release over the weekend of Attorney General Barr’s memo summarizing the Mueller investigation, Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced that “Democrats and the liberal media” owed the American people an apology. Barr’s memo concluded that the Mueller investigation found there was no collus…

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Apparently there’s a difference between having a political philosophy and being an elected official with the same political philosophy. As a citizen I can harbor certain ideas about economics, culture, the environment, diversity and education. As an elected official in our two-party system I…

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Toiling away, the sweat beads only heightened the tension as she pressed herself to achieve something she had put in hours prepping for. Her work paid off, her commitment rewarded. She scored a victory, one that would certainly fuel additional hours as she committed herself to future success.

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With several colleges and universities just a short drive from here, and Bucknell University in our backyard, we are blessed with the opportunity to experience the art, cultures and music of the world through offerings at The Samek Art Museum and the Weis Center for the Performing Arts.

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