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History starts with people

I recently had the great honor and privilege of observing history. I was blessed to be a guest of the White House and witness the signing of the momentous peace agreement between Israel and two Arab nations: Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.

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One of the things that many people across the board find pathetic, misleading and downright disgusting is hypocrisy.

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The aftermath

With the conclusion of both the Democratic and Republican conventions, there was one aspect of the RNC convention that truly stood out, and that was the diversity of the speaker.

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President Trump helps Middle East take another step for peace

History has been made. Israel and the United Arab Emirates have announced their intention to establish full diplomatic relations, which is really just another way of saying they are prepared to reach a peace agreement.

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What Trump and his convention must accomplish

This week is the launch of the Republican National Convention, and it’s a pivotal moment for President Trump and the Republican Party.

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USPS’ dirty secret

The United States Postal Service (USPS) occupies a prominent place in the daily life of our republic. Delivering billions of pieces of mail and packages every year and with hundreds of thousands of employees, Americans interact with the postal service on a daily basis.

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Kanye’s run strengthens options for many Americans (especially African Americans)

Kanye West held his first campaign rally this week in South Carolina. The clickbait headlines splashed across the internet are characterizing the event as “bizarre,” “chaotic,” and “rambling.

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It’s wrong to allow government employees to support BLM while at work

I have always believed that bureaucrats working on behalf of the American people should be visibly politically neutral

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Trump’s frayed relations with the military could imperil his presidency, Part II

There is no institution on the planet that is more adept at doing today what it did yesterday than the Pentagon.

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Trump’s frayed relations with the military could imperil his presidency, Part I

The relationship between President Donald Trump and America’s admirals and generals has reached a low point in recent American history.

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