Bipartisan Budget Deal is a Big Deal for a Depleted Military

Congressional leaders completed a bipartisan two-year budget agreement that lifts spending caps on military and domestic spending and suspended the debt limit for a year. “This bill is the product of extensive negotiations among congressional leaders and the White House. No one would suggest it was perfect, but we worked hard to find common ground…
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Trump Builds Momentum Heading Into Inauguration

President Trump enjoyed another good week. A positive omen as he works to build momentum in the run-up to Inauguration Day. Among the week’s successes were an invitation to the Syrian peace talks, a process from which President Obama has been excluded, and Lockheed Martin announcing that it is close to deal with the Pentagon…
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Trump’s Recent Actions Show Democrats Have Been Fighting a Fiction

As with most presidential elections, the most recent one left about half of Americans pleased, and another half displeased. Of course, those moderate adjectives fail to do justice to the response of some anti-Trumpers, who absolutely melted down on November 9th. Institutions of higher learning were especially distraught. Princeton issued a statement offering to “hold…
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