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Opinion: U.S. Must Stay Competitive in Today’s Digital World – Inside Sources

America is one of the most connected nations on Earth. The breadth of our digital usage footprint is massive. It is one of the things that makes us a world leader in commerce, defense, science and entertainment.  It also makes us vulnerable. Despite that, no one wants the United States to move backward.   A critical debate is

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Opinion: Still Against the ‘Dead Consensus’ – Josh Hammer

In the aftermath of the Republican Party’s recent midterm elections debacle, right-liberal sharks are circling. These devoted acolytes of what a prominent 2019 First Things manifesto called the American Right’s “dead consensus” think they see blood in the water. Indeed, the “dead consensus” praetorian guard has apparently decided that now is the time for a

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Opinion: Discrimination in Education Cannot Be Justified – Inside Sources

Photo: Harvard University on Commencement Day 2014 The Supreme Court recently heard arguments from Harvard and the University of North Carolina about using race and ethnicity in admissions policies. Project 21, the Black Leadership Network of which I am a member, submitted an amicus brief in the Harvard case. Justice Samuel Alito asked some pointed

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Opinion: Will Biden Continue to Weaponize the Department of Justice? – Inside Sources

Before the election, President Biden declared that the Department of Justice would assign federal observers in 64 jurisdictions to look out for violations of the Voting Rights Act and other federal laws. In theory, these individuals were tasked with protecting the integrity of the electoral system. But their deployment was another example of federal resources

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Opinion: Traumatic Executions vs. Therapeutic Abortions – Tim Graham

When National Public Radio appeals for donations, it explains its mission is “to create a more informed public — one challenged and invigorated by a deeper understanding and appreciation of events, ideas and cultures.” That’s fancy talk for one-sided propaganda. NPR listeners aren’t “challenged and invigorated” by two sides of a controversial issue. They’re pushed

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