Daniel Oliver is chairman of the board of the Education and Research Institute and a director of Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy in San Francisco. In addition to serving as chairman of the Federal Trade Commission under President Reagan, he was executive editor and subsequently chairman of the board of William F. Buckley Jr.’s National Review. Email Daniel Oliver at [email protected]
Before leaving the White House, Trump should do what he should have done as soon as he took office: remove deep-staters wholesale, starting, obviously, with the FBI and the CIA.
Herewith are five responses to likely questions—not ‘answers,’ but responses, because it’s what the president should say whatever the question may be.
RepresentUs’s claim that mail-in voting is not fraudulent or insecure is not just baseless or absurd, but disingenuous.
What’s the immediate harm to the country of voting for President Trump based on his pro-life stance, other than the straw-man threats Michael Gerson mentions?
As Mussolini said years ago, the Italian economy was no longer an economy aiming at individual profit, but an economy concerned with collective interest.
God moves in mysterious ways, and reminds us, by having given us Bill Buckley, that each individual, made in His image, can move mountains.
What we in the US are seeing now, and have ever since Donald Trump was elected, is an attempt by Democrats to weaponize the legal system to further a nakedly political agenda.
You didn’t read about it? Probably not. That’s because it happened in Chicago.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Democrat of New York, whose politics are, er, flexible, has dropped out of the presidential sweepstakes, and not a moment too soon.
This year, the 75th anniversary of the Normandy invasion, the celebration at the American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer was particularly poignant.
Part Two of the original proposal was that the federal government would pay for the loan cancellations by eliminating most of its grants to higher education institutions.
The Washington Post’s David von Drehle should write about what he knows, which, apparently, is not religion, as his column makes the reader blush at his ignorance.
Max Boot has announced he is no longer a conservative.
From New York to Virginia to Colorado to California, the lamps are going out all over America: and we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime, unless we make a more serious effort.
Brett Kavanaugh has been libeled and slandered. For that the law offers redress. He should sue Ford and the Washington Post. For $20 million. Each.
Black people have jobs, and more jobs than the left-wing Black Lives Matter-type politicians have been able to provide — ever!
For God, For Country, and For Main Street.
President Trump could warn Congress that if it overrides his veto of the special counsel bill, he would fire not only the special counsel, but also a slew of commissioners.
Children, who aren’t especially good at governing themselves, shouldn’t have a say in governing a republic whose founding documents were devised to filter and limit the power of the mob.
The grand jury foreman told the Vineyard Gazette, ‘There seem to be two sets of rules and justices that are doled out — one for the rich and powerful, and one for the regular people, for you and me.’ Exactly.
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