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College admissions scandal shows how the rich rig the system without shame

What price delusions of grandeur? Tuesday’s shocking federal indictment of 33 parents, including CEOs, lawyers, titans of i

Democrats need to oust anti-Semite Ilhan Omar from the Foreign Affairs Committee

Democratic leaders will put forward a vote on the House floor Wednesday to denounce anti-Semitism in the wake of Rep. Ilhan O

Trump was wise to walk out on Kim

Security desk: Trump Was Right to Walk Away, But . . . As Bloomberg’s Eli Lake notes, it’s a North Korean tactic: “Nego

AOC’s ‘green deal’ will require a ton of ‘corporate cronyism’

Amazon is taking its ball and going home, and New York Dems are actually celebrating. I wasn’t a huge fan of the deal New Y

Let Roger Stone speak out — at his own risk

From the right: Stone Speaks Out at His Own Risk If he were prosecuting Roger Stone, admits National Review’s Andrew McCart

What Kamala Harris’ backtrack means for medicare for all

Sen. Kamala Harris committed a most unusual gaffe at her CNN town hall the other night — not by misspeaking about one of he

President Trump is down, but not out

Battered, bruised and beaten, Donald Trump faces a grim reality. Halfway through his term, his presidency is at low tide. The

Democrats are battling to see who is the most radically left

Another week, another feverish contest among Democrats to see who can drag the party faster and farther to the left. The new

Refusal to budge on border wall shows Dems still hung up on 2016

After watching the dueling prime-time speeches last night, it was easy to come away with the idea that the dispute is simply

Democrats keep proving how detached they are from reality

In its common definition, the job of president of the United States is to deliver peace and prosperity. Donald Trump is doing

Are two Democratic senators waging a bigoted campaign against Catholics?

Funny who is an “extremist” these days. Senators Kamala Harris and Mazie Hirono (Democrats of California and Hawaii, resp

‘President Bloomberg’ could actually happen

America’s perpetual presidential campaign is on the upswing, with Democratic national chairman Tom Perez wondering about ho

An ‘America First’ strategy for Trump in 2019

As the year comes to a close, and as President Trump’s foreign policy suddenly veers in the wrong direction with wild and i

Shut the down government for real border control — not for the wall

Improvisation isn’t Sen. Charles Schumer’s forte. When President Trump surprised the senator and Rep. Nancy Pelosi by bro

Debunking the lies about the First Step Act

President Trump has courageously thrown his weight behind a reform bill that will dramatically improve how we rehabilitate cr

Al Sharpton’s latest unseemly racket

Everyone agrees that National Action Network revolves around the Rev. Al Sharpton, which is what makes the nonprofit’s $531

The ‘protect Mueller’ bill is blatantly unconstitutional

Mitch McConnell just did our constitutional order an enormous favor by burying the so-called Mueller protection legislation.

Trump’s critics were dead wrong about the caravan after all

It’s been about three weeks since CNN reporter Jim Acosta repeatedly told President Trump at a news conference that the mig

Democrats need someone they don’t want in order to win in 2020

Joe Biden is a gaffe-prone 75-year old Washington veteran — who is exactly what Democrats need. The suburbs have turned aga

Macron totally missed the point when condemning nationalism

French President Macron denounced nationalism and slapped President Trump at Sunday’s ceremony on the 100th anniversary of

With Pelosi making nice, the White House press corps tries to lead The Resistance

Both House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and President Trump offered a surprising amount of conciliation and sweet talk (alb

Liberals won’t admit Trump was right about migrant caravans

On the theory that you can judge a president by his critics, Donald Trump must be hitting the bull’s-eye with his warnings

Punish the Saudis — but not by rewarding Iran

President Trump is facing his trickiest diplomatic dilemma to date: how to punish a wayward ally, Saudi Arabia, without stren

The Kavanaugh aftermath: a left that’s gone completely unhinged

Sen. Susan Collins’ long, careful speech Friday on the Brett Kavanaugh nomination ended with a lament that the Founders’

Third Kavanaugh accuser’s accusations riddled with holes

The latest allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh are so thin and implausible, they would make Sabrina Rubin Erdely blush.