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 Every June, dads across the country receive an array of gifts from their children on Father’s Day. Whether it is an eccentric homemade card, or a Popsicle stick picture frame, or a tie that will be worn in public once (maybe), or the coveted World’s Best Dad coffee mug or trophy, a child wi…

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“Letting adolescents have their way.” That’s one way to describe two public policies, advocated vociferously by woke liberals, opposed surely by most. One primarily affects young men, the other primarily young women.

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Fifty years ago, on June 13, 1971, The New York Times began publishing the Pentagon Papers, a Department of Defense classified report on the United States’ involvement in Vietnam. After the federal government obtained a court order barring the Times from continuing to publish excerpts, The W…

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The phenomenon of cryptocurrency is on its way to transforming the global monetary system. That’s not going to happen right away, or next year, or any specific time in the foreseeable future, but it’s here to stay. You might compare it to the advent of coins made of precious metals as the wa…

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WASHINGTON — With evidence mounting that the coronavirus might have escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, President Joe Biden has reversed course and ordered the U.S. intelligence community to produce a report on the virus’s origins within 90 days — while reporters who until recently…

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Palm Springs, California, has a world-class art museum. And the museum building is itself a world-class example of midcentury modern architecture.

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Do you remember where you where? Do you remember where you were when Pearl Harbor was bombed? When President Kennedy was assassinated? When Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon? Where you were on September 11, 2001? Where you were when the Buffalo Bills drafted Josh Allen?

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The job of mowing the lawn has not been mine for a few years. It was a job perfectly suited to male teenagers, and I happily let them take over, although they truly regarded it as a “chore” and not a summer ritual.

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Take notice, Wyoming. Two weeks ago, the Biden administration proposed a rule that, among other things, attempts to transform a long-standing grant program aimed at improving U.S. History and Civics education in K-12 into a push to divide our students and country.

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On the surface, Joe Biden seems to be doing pretty well. But underneath, there are signs of problems, areas where partisan overstretch threatens the underpinnings of what some are hailing as the new order of things.

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SPORTS ILLUSTRATED used to have this wonderful item each week called “Signs of the Apocalypse.” It was some little known but telling fact about our world.

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Imagine this. You and your spouse, fully vaccinated, invite another fully-vaccinated couple for dinner. You’re excited. You haven’t had an evening like this in over a year. You plan your menu, you shop for groceries, you pick out your wine. All is set. “We’re back in business,” your spouse s…

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The COVID-delayed results of the 2020 census are finally in, with totals for the 50 states and the District of Columbia at nearly one-third of a billion — 331,449,281 — and with surprises having to do with the short run and what French historians call the "longue duree."

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WASHINGTON — It’s healthy for writers to review their past predictions from time to time. Given that Coinbase became the first big cryptocurrency firm to go public on a U.S. exchange last week, at a valuation north of $85 billion, this seems a good moment to revisit my longtime skepticism of…

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Yesterday I changed a light bulb. It was the overhead one at the entrance to our basement stairs. I had to use a stepping stool in order to reach it. That light bulb has burned out many times in the 20 years since I’ve lived in my house, but this was the first time I changed it, or even cont…

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Kristine Hostetter is a fourth-grade teacher in San Clemente, California. Her husband has been a big promoter of the QAnon conspiracy theory, and she appears to be supporting his lunatic efforts. As the story is being told, liberal parents and students temporarily forced Hostetter's removal …

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Dr. Megan Ranney is a practicing emergency physician, researcher, and advocate for innovative approaches to health. She is also the Associate Dean of Strategy and Innovation for the Brown University School of Public Health. She spoke to Michael Graham of InsideSources.com about the Biden adm…

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A world commodities rebalancing is underway, and China is in a position of dominance. Take lithium, where China is a major processor and battery manufacturer; cobalt, where China has dominated the supply chains; and rare earths, where China has an almost total monopoly. Taken together, these…

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 "We are not supporting doing any vaccine passports in the state of Florida," declared Gov. Ron DeSantis. "It's completely unacceptable," he said, for either government or the private sector to require showing proof of vaccination against COVID-19 "to just simply participate in normal society."

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“This is not politics,” President Joe Biden said last week. “Reinstate the mandate if you let it down.” Give him credit for consistency: When Gov. Greg Abbott ended Texas’ mask mandate last month, Biden called it “Neanderthal thinking.”

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HERE IS SOMETHING to ponder: Will we remember this Easter for its sunshine and 70-plus degree temperatures? The type where it’s safe to hide eggs outdoors and sweaters might be the only outer garment required?

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WASHINGTON — As if we weren’t divided enough, the latest partisan split is over whether to get the coronavirus vaccine. Republicans are less likely to get their shots. Why am I not surprised?

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Undocumented immigrants have been surging to the U.S. border, some wearing T-shirts with the Biden campaign logo and the words "Please let us in!" What gave them the idea that they could just show up and come on in? President Joe Biden did.

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How to explain Joe Biden’s ideological transformation over the years? Perhaps it’s the same as the explanation of why the chameleon’s complexion changes when he moves from desert to forest: adaptation to local terrain.

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