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Think Again: Inequality and a tale of two Ukrainians

Last week, as Ukrainian emigre- turned-tech tycoon Jan Koum prepared to cash a multibillion-dollar check from Facebook — acquirer of his startup “WhatsApp” — Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich was checking out of his Gatsby-esque estate

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Memo to Cuomo: Exiling us only penalizes you

(’76 Contributor) In an interview on a local radio station a few weeks ago, Andrew Cuomo, the Democratic governor of the state of New York, bluntly announced that “extreme conservatives” were no longer welcome in

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Indifference to history equivocating Soviet evil

My first exposure to the soul-crushing realities of communism came from Yvonne. Yvonne was the woman who came in to clean the offices at the aircraft hangar in Calgary where my father worked and where

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Breakin’ the law: Obama’s immigration reform decoy

A growing majority of Americans understands lies and deceit were the basis for Obamacare. That’s why Washington, D.C., Democrats are suddenly pushing immigration reform. President Obama declares “it’s time” for Republicans to help “get it

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Thinking deeper: What is law anyway?

(Centennial Fellow) A recent decision by Summit County to cite eminent domain in their effort to seize Andy and Ceil Barrie’s 10 acre parcel and dream home in Breckinridge so that the county can preserve

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Conservative principles and the common man

The raging, twenty-four-seven political debates that virtually consume social media, many news sites, and entire cable stations is mostly filled with cheap shots, one-liners, bumper sticker slogans, and the same tired, half-truth arguments.

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Think Again: Women: Looking for love in all the wrong places?

“Life’s greatest happiness,” Victor Hugo wrote, “is to be convinced we are loved.” As most experienced couples know, love-induced happiness is a year-round triumph, not the outcome of a singular, mass-marketed Valentine’s celebration — the

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