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The Campus Covid Crisis To Come

Colleges and universities are claiming they can reopen safely, with students acting like mature adults. College professors and parents know differently. As the father of a rising college sophomore,...

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Reducing Police Forces Can Mean Smaller Government – and Lower Taxes

by D.J. McGuire Supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement, by and large, aren’t thinking about property taxes – and for good reason. The recent spate of visible abuses...

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Investigate Police Departments for White Supremacy … and Russian Espionage

by D.J. McGuire There has been a lot to process over the last few weeks – and that’s an understatement. We saw yet another homicide of an African-American by...

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Trump’s Immigration Deflection

by D.J. McGuire Donald Trump recognized his response to coronavirus was a disaster both nationally and politically. He won’t tell you that; nor will his die-hard supporters. He knows...

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A Pandemic Journal

A running journal of thoughts and feelings compiled during the stay-at-home period of the coronavirus outbreak.    April 24:  Yesterday I finished packing my U-Haul pod to send my...

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The Economics of COVID-19: How to Build the New Normal (UPDATED)

by D.J. McGuire Today, Americans are undergoing dramatic social and economic changes as a result of the coronavirus, with some of the more dramatic affects still to come. The...

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Covid-16 Is Infecting 2020

By Kevin Kelton You wouldn’t knowingly risk infecting someone important to you with the coronavirus. Yet millions of thoughtless Democrats are infecting their party’s presumptive nominee. Every day, we...

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The “Bloomberg’s Billions” Fallacy

by Kevin Kelton Mike Bloomberg recently pledged that even if he isn’t the Democratic nominee, he’d gladly use billions of his dollars to help defeat Donald Trump. That money...

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Supporting Bernie Sanders is a Mistake, No Matter Your Reason

by D.J. McGuire I’ve said relatively little about the party I joined in the aftermath of Trump’s election victory — besides warning the Virginia branch not to get too...

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Thank You, Senator Romney

by D.J. McGuire “Romney voted to convict the president. His fellow Republicans voted to convict themselves.” – Windsor Mann, The Week Truth be told, I don’t think I could...

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So You Really Want to Defeat the Iranian Regime?

by D.J. McGuire “A strange game, the only winning move is not to play” – Joshua, War Games Less than a week after Qasem Soleimani was killed in an...

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A Tactical Success Does Not a Strategy Make

by D.J. McGuire “So he was murdered. I have no problem with that; the man was a pig. But it was a decision we should have all made together.”...

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We Were Warned: What the 2015 Trade Debate Said About the GOP

by D.J. McGuire There has been a lot of ink spilled and bytes burned over the decay of the Republican ecosystem (including by yours truly), but every now and...

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The MPU Impeachment Journal

This column is a compilation of separate thoughts on impeachment and the state of American politics. As I predicted on the podcast, the two limited and obtuse articles of impeachment...

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