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Self–government needs newspapers

(Denver Post, Feb. 27) So Facebook brought down the Egyptian regime. Until now, the only thing I knew it had brought down was my productivity—and that of many other Republicans old enough to know better,

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Weaken Israel? Don’t do it, CU Regents

On the night of November 9, 1938, Nazis unleashed unimaginable violence on the Jews of Germany. The wave of atrocities became known as Kristallnacht, the night of broken glass. Adolf Hitler, in one of his

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Responsible Youth PAC director looks ahead to 2050

(Centennial Staffer) How can we build a robust, inclusive, and dynamic conservative strategy and agenda, conducive to the 21st century? This blog is the second in a three–part series exploring that challenge. I invited some

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Russia and Israel, who knew?

(CCU Student & Centennial Intern) From the American armchair, Israel looks rather lonely. She is the only democracy amongst a host of dutiful, patriarchal Arab nations. With death threats, weak peace treaties, and a rising

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‘Atlas Shrugged,’ the movie, coming April 15

(CCU Student) Valentines weekend treated the economically inclined individuals very well this past weekend with the release of a movie trailer that has excited all the believers of supply side economics. On April 15, 2011,

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Bloated Education Spending: The Party’s Over

(Centennial Fellow) An enduring memory from the early days of the iconic “Monday Night Football” was when the game got out of hand and the late “Dandy Don” Meredith—partner to Howard Cosell and Frank Gifford—would

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Easy or popular? No, but Congress must quit spending

(Centennial Fellow) It’s a political reality: talking about how to govern is far easier than actually governing. Government, after all, is a reflection of the governed and nothing requires individual voters or “the people” in

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Obamacare on the way out?

Activist courts are at it again, this time siding with the right to strike down Obamacare, says Susan Barnes–Gelt in the February round of Head On TV debates. No, says John Andrews, Judge Vinson ruled

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Dynamic Conservatism for the 21st Century: Part 1

How can we build a robust, inclusive, and dynamic conservative strategy and agenda, conducive to the 21st century? This blog is the first in a three–part series exploring that challenge. I invited some comments from

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