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A Tale of Two Marches

Washington, D.C. hosted two large political marches last weekend. Both emphasized women’s issues, but the contrast between them couldn’t be more stark. The first event...

Commentary: The Real Crisis Manufacturers

Democrats are expert crisis manufacturers, capable of spotting an existential threat even where none exists. So, it was rather rich to hear Nancy Pelosi...

Gutknecht: Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way

Senator Chuck Grassley may be the singularly most important reason why the GOP gained seats in the Senate last November. Democrats and their base...

Annie Holmquist: Why I’m a ‘Misogynist’

I’ve received any number of insults in the years since I began writing publicly. Lest you feel sorry for me, let me state up...

Mainstream Media fact checkers: opinion pundits in disguise

The mainstream media’s so-called “fact checkers” had to get pretty creative in order to find flaws in President Trump’s Oval Office address last week. Originally...

Detestable Character Assassination

Editors Note: This was column was co-written by Tom Tancredo and Gil Gutknecht. How did our political discourse become so polluted? How can a political...

Why ‘Taxing the Rich’ Falls on the Middle Class Instead

As Democrats take control of the U.S. House, taxing the rich inevitably becomes a focus. Progressive candidates wasted no time in denouncing the recent...

Of Monopolies and Markets

Suppose that decades ago, a group of Oklahoma oil men came to Minnesota with an interesting proposal. They had an abundance of a very...