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Opinion: Why are we Fighting Muslim Wars?

It should be conceded that the vast majority of Muslims are not terrorists. With its long history of declaring war on infidels, it would seem that the Islamic claim that it is the religion of peace, is at the very least, questionable. On the other hand there are millions of Muslims who desire to live

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: 20 Years after 9/11 — Are We Better Off?

When the hijacked planes hit the twin towers of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon that first 9/11, the Taliban were in control of Afghanistan and providing sanctuary for al-Qaida. Today, the Taliban are in control of Afghanistan and providing sanctuary to al-Qaida. What then did our longest war accomplish? The Afghan army and

Opinion

Opinion: It Seems That We Like Poverty

We like poverty, or to put it another way, we like it better than paying the price for reducing it. It’s not that we can’t choose to eliminate poverty. We choose not to because to do so would cause us to make sacrifices we are unwilling to make. To be sure, we don’t want to

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Arizona’s aerospace and defense industry has close financial ties to Israeli security

Photo: Each Iron Dome battery can defend up to nearly 60 square miles. (Photo courtesy of Raytheon) Amid recent violence in the Middle East, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey tweeted “Arizona stands with Israel,” joining Republican leaders across the country in a show of political support. It also provoked outrage among those who support Palestinians, with one activist calling Ducey’s

Opinion

Opinion: President Biden’s Fantastical Climate Policy

Sometimes, well-meaning government policies flounder because of unintended consequences. Sometimes, policies simply fail to meet ambitious goals. Sometimes policies are incoherent from the outset, steeped in fantasies, certain to fail. Welcome to Joe Biden’s climate policies—policies that really aren’t expected to do much for the climate except show the world how serious the administration is

Opinion

Opinion: New Report Shows Failure of Heavy-Handed Internet Regulation

A new report debunks claims that the heavily regulated internet of the European Union has resulted in a superior experience for its consumers. Instead, that study finds the U.S. bests the EU in both broadband deployment and adoption, showing that the lighter touch approach has yielded better results. The report from U.S. Telecom found a stark difference

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