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Once, during a meeting with then-presidential candidate Donald Trump inside Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in New York, we discussed energy policy. I told Trump that if we went all out to produce America’s abundant supply of oil, gas and coal, the United States could be energy independent in fo…

This week, the incoming New York City Mayor Eric Adams — the supposed rational corrective to uber-radical outgoing Mayor Bill de Blasio — announced that he would allow legislation to proceed allowing local voting for 800,000 noncitizens. The same week, the legislature in California took up a…

Conservative users of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram marinate in a state of paranoia, groundlessly convinced that their posts face restrictions, if not outright suppression.

For some of my readers, this topic is about someone many never heard of or if they did, could care less about. But to NFL football fans and probably some do-gooders with some psych background, it is a most interesting subject, and one with which there is a lot of disagreement. First, the facts.

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For some of my readers, this topic is about someone many never heard of or if they did, could care less about. But to NFL football fans and probably some do-gooders with some psych background, it is a most interesting subject, and one with which there is a lot of disagreement. First, the facts.

The Chebanse, Clifton and Ashkum communities make up the majority of students attending Central High School. The school sits in the middle of a cornfield between Chebanse and Clifton. It’s the glue tying the communities together since 1949. Many generations of families have gone there, inclu…

It started in Chicago, where an incredible 91% of union teachers voted to go on strike and refused to do what they get paid to do, which is teach. Then the union walkouts spread to Maryland, New Jersey and California.

During the late 1970s, American families experienced stagflation — a combination of economic stagnation and significantly higher inflation. By the summer of 1980, unemployment hit 7.8 percent and the economy was actually shrinking. On the year, inflation spiked 12.3 percent.

This year, Jan. 6 was commemorated with all the ballyhoo and rigmarole Democrats and their media allies can muster. CNN planned an entire special around the anniversary, titled “Live from the Capitol: January 6th, One Year Later”; the show featured the “heroes who protected our democracy in …

As we await findings and conclusions of the House Select Committee on the Jan. 6 attack, let’s take a moment and do our own soul-searching about what is going on.

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