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The Cold War with Iran Is Back

The Cold War with Iran is back. I don’t say this as a criticism of President Trump’s decision to cancel the Iran deal. That decision did not restart the conflict. Iran’s Cold War against the US never stopped. This decision just recognizes that fact and gets America back in to fight our side of it. […]

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I Want to Be a Non-Conformist Just Like Everyone Else

Five Things You Need to Read Today Here is your latest update, for subscribers only, recommending five stories that are worth catching. 1. Marco Rubio Swims with the Current Marco Rubio really, really wants to be president. How much does he want it? Enough to swim with the current. In the 2016 primaries, Rubio represented […]

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An Era of Unprecedented Disruption

In May, I had the chance to interview Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse. A historian and former president of Midland University in Nebraska, Sasse was elected to the Senate in 2014. Our conversation covered a wide range of topics from the impact of automation to the technological revolution in agricultural to education reform to the challenges […]

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Ted Cruz Strikes a Blow for Small Government

Ted Cruz’s endorsement of Donald Trump struck a ringing blow for the cause of small government—by reminded us to never, ever, ever, ever, ever trust in the integrity or wisdom of a politician. It was a spectacularly bad decision, both from a moral standpoint and from a strictly prudential one. And I think Ted Cruz […]

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