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Australian Politics – Bigger Surplus A Danger For The Labor Party, But Dare The Liberal Government Wait Until May?

December 17, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Good news for the Morrison Government: Next year’s long-awaited ­return to surplus… will be revised up in today’s budget update… to just over $4bn… This is forecast to… reach accumulated surpluses of $30bn by 2021-22. Most of the improvement comes from surging revenue, not more cuts. Will that rise in revenue […]

Ted Cruz-Hating Esquire Editor Now Upset His New Beard Makes Him Look Good

December 15, 2018 by

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By P.J. Gladnick ~ How shallow are liberal journalists? Ted Cruz’s new beard looks really good and Esquire managing editor Ben Boskovich is upset about that. See, he finds it easier to hate the clean-shaven Cruz and now that the Texas senator is looking better in his opinion, that has thrown Boskovich for a loop. Despite his […]

Electric Vehicle Tax Credits Another Form Of Corporate Welfare

December 15, 2018 by

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By Edwin J. Feulner, Ph.D. Founder of The Heritage Foundation ~ If America’s auto manufacturers wrote letters to Santa, it’s not hard to guess what would be high on their lists: retaining the federal tax credit for electric vehicles. For several years now, Uncle Sam (who often acts like Santa’s U.S.-based cousin) has tried to […]

Heather Nauert, Trump’s Pick To Succeed Haley At UN, Praised As ‘Capable,’ ‘Well-Informed’

December 8, 2018 by

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By Rachel del Guidice ~ President Donald Trump’s nomination of Heather Nauert is an excellent choice to replace Nikki Haley as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, analysts say. “Heather Nauert is capable, well-informed, and articulate,” Clifford May, founder and president of the Foundation for Defense Of Democracies, said in an email to The Daily […]

In France And The US, A Tale Of 2 Energy Policies

December 7, 2018 by

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By Kay Coles James (President of The Heritage Foundation) ~ When it comes to the energy and climate policies of the United States and France, there’s a clear fork in the road. If the past few weeks were any indication, families would rather take the path that avoids expensive, ineffective climate policies. The Trump EPA […]

The Bushes, Back In The Media’s Good Graces

December 6, 2018 by

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By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham ~ The death of former president George Herbert Walker Bush created a calm oasis of civil discourse, if only for a couple of minutes. It was appropriate to salute this man’s kindness and statesmanship, even when you disagreed with him passionately, as many conservatives did. And yet, it’s a […]

‘Mission Complete’: Funeral Recalls George H.W. Bush’s Service To God, Family, Country

December 6, 2018 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ George H.W. Bush came close to dying young twice, first as a teen from a staph infection and then as a Navy fighter pilot in World War II. But the nation’s 41st president managed to “die young as old as possible,” his son and the 43rd president, George W. Bush, said […]