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  • DIANE MEDVED: Trump vs. Hillary Debate: You Shoulda Watched til the End

    Posted on September 28, 2016 Michael Medved

    BY DIANE MEDVED Like ten million others, you tuned in to the Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton presidential debate. Maybe you got a couple beers beforehand; maybe you went to a party where everybody got a few beers before, during and after. Gathered around the 60-inch TV, you watched in expectation as the candidates went at it, […]

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  • New Discovery Authenticates Biblical Text

    Posted on September 26, 2016 Michael Medved

    Forty-six years ago Israeli archaeologists discovered a charred lump of parchment in the ark of an ancient synagogue near the Dead Sea. They couldn’t unfold it without destroying the burnt scroll but hoped for future technology allowing the contents to be read. University of Kentucky researchers recently developed the necessary techniques that revealed the parchment […]

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  • Dramatic Reverse in the Border Flow

    Posted on September 26, 2016 Michael Medved

    Despite alarmist rhetoric from politicians and activists, the flow of Mexican illegal immigrants across the southern border isn’t surging. Actually, that flow has not only stopped, it has significantly reversed—with more undocumented Mexicans going home than arriving in the US. In a significant new report, the Pew Research Service now identifies 5.8 million Mexicans living […]

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  • Did the Famous Sailor Sexually Assault the Famous Nurse?

    Posted on September 20, 2016 Dennis Prager

    The most famous American photo of World War II is undoubtedly that of the four Marines planting the American flag on Iwo Jima. The second most famous is probably the legendary photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt’s picture of an American sailor kissing a nurse in Times Square in New York City, when people were celebrating Japan’s surrender. […]

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