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The hurricane devastation is severe. What should the federal government do?
Did you think about the signing of the Declaration of Independence last week?
Every year, almost every industry improves.
My head spins.
President Trump and Paul Ryan tried to improve Obamacare. They failed.
No! The bubble burst. My fantasy died.
Donald Trump’s nominee for secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, probably survived the grilling she got from angry Democrats last week.
Now that I no longer do a weekly TV show, I have more time to read my local paper. Sadly, that’s The New York Times.
Two more weeks until the new administration begins!
America’s socialists – I mean, progressives, are enraged that President-elect Trump chose Betsy DeVos to be his secretary of education.
Donald Trump is appointing good people — Andy Puzder, for example, Trump’s nominee for labor secretary.
President-elect Trump says he’s uniquely qualified to “drain the swamp” in Washington, D.C. He can do it, he said at one debate, because as a businessman, he understands American cronyism.
For four years we must follow her bureaucrats’ edicts.
The presidency isn’t the only choice next week.
America is often described as a society without the Old World’s aristocracy.
The leading candidates’ avarice is bad enough. Their ideas are worse.
Catch politicians in private moments and you might hear what they really believe: Donald Trump “can do anything” to women because he’s powerful.
I watched Monday’s presidential debate. But what I heard was different from what Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton seemed to say.
Hillary Clinton and her fellow progressives shout things like “Health care is a right!” They’ve also said that education, decent housing and child care are “rights.”
Seth Rogen, co-writer, co-producer and co-star of the animated comedy “Sausage Party,” is unhappy with me – for defending him.
Donald Trump tells reporters, “We’re going to have people sue you like you never got sued before.”
It was refreshing to moderate a “town hall” with the Libertarian presidential and vice presidential candidates last week because Govs. Gary Johnson and William Weld respect limits on presidential power.