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Do race and culture matter? Or should immigration be about the yearning for liberty in all hearts?
And most Republicans appear to be falling in line with the president’s race-based immigration plans.
There may be something in tatters at the center of the FBI’s investigation, but it isn’t the agency.
Economic empowerment for low- to moderate-income individuals and families.
If they come here they’ll just bring their socialized health care, Teslas and stunning good looks.
Modesty is a fine character trait, but it’s sapping Democrats of a message that shows their success.
Intended to reduce reliance on foreign oil, it now only results in higher food and fuel costs.
The founder of Fusion GPS has investigated the finances of many politicians, including the Clintons.
GPS systems have made celestial navigation obsolete, but there’s still worth in some old practices.
‘Small-cell’ equipment can improve internet speeds, but the public’s interests have to be protected.
The pros and cons and pros and cons, etc., of the possibility of Oprah running for president.
And the star confuses the rest of the cast with lines that contradict what he said moments before.
Yet some, now accustomed to progressivism, appear to have lost the ability to operate one.
Patients don’t reveal secrets when they’re under, but could positive suggestions aid in recovery?
You need to consider cash needs, health, family longevity, taxes and your working status.
The president’s apparent openess to ‘comprehensive’ reforms signals hope for a bipartisan deal.
This detante is encouraging. But once the games have ended, the same problems will exist.
President Trump doesn’t flip-flop so much as he’s batted to-and-fro between contradictory positions.
If the timing is perfect, we will see a boost in consumer spending and corporate investment.
Why, with poll numbers at their lowest, would GOP leaders praise and provide cover for Trump?