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Democrats need to oust anti-Semite Ilhan Omar from the Foreign Affairs Committee

March 5, 2019  •  The New York Post

Democratic leaders will put forward a vote on the House floor Wednesday to denounce anti-Semitism in the wake of Rep. Ilhan Omar's latest inflammatory remarks about Jewish support for Israel. But it's unlikely that Omar will pay a real price for her bigotry.

Speaking about Israel and the Palestinians last week at a panel at Busboys & Poets, a "community-gathering space" in Washington, Omar (D-Minn.) demanded the right to "talk about the political influence in this country that says it is OK for people to push for allegiance to a foreign country."

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Trump's bad week (it could have been a lot worse)

March 2, 2019  •  Fox News

It was a bad week for President Donald J. Trump. But it could have been so much worse.

In Vietnam, Mr. Trump walked away from his second summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un after the two leaders failed to strike a deal to denuclearize the country. But much to the relief of diplomats and Korea experts, Mr. Trump did not agree to a bad deal.

Meanwhile in Washington, Michael Cohen, Mr. Trump's former lawyer and fixer, was denouncing him, under oath, in front of Congress and the public, as a "racist," a "con man," and "a cheat."

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Why I loved the Oscars this year (and so did the CIA) -- Sorry you did not, Mr. Trump

February 26, 2019  •  Fox News

Almost 30 million people watched the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday night. According to Variety, that was 12 percent more than the 26.5 million who watched the Oscars in 2018. While Sunday's audience was up from 2018's historic low, the audience was still the second smallest ever for an Academy Awards broadcast.

Both the CIA and President Donald Trump were watching though, or at least tweeting about them.

The CIA, which began tweeting in February 2014 and now has 2.54 million followers, continued its popular "Reel vs. Real" campaign to educate readers about the agency and help distinguish its fictional portrayal on film from reality.

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We're in a partial government shutdown, so what's it like to visit Grand Canyon right now? Let me tell you...

January 15, 2019  •  Fox News

The Grand Canyon National Park is celebrating its 100th anniversary with a partial government shutdown.

While a battle in Washington rages over whether the national parks should also be closed 'til the shutdown ends to protect them and their visitors, thousands of tourists have continued streaming into this breathtaking, majestic gorge 6,800 feet above sea level, one of the seven great natural wonders of the world. Although some national parks have been forced to close or have been reportedly plagued by vandalism, overflowing trash containers and overwhelmed water and sewage systems, the Grand Canyon's mystique is undiminished. My visit there this past weekend was nothing short of magical.

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Stepping Into the Fire

January 11, 2019  •  City Journal

What would William Barr do if he is confirmed as attorney general and confronted with a repetition of the 1973 Saturday Night Massacre, when Richard Nixon tried to save his presidency by ordering his attorney general to fire the special prosecutor investigating him? Would he be willing to shut down special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation?

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