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Above the law: Hillary beats the rap

The law applies equally to all, or there is no law. Clinton's immunity from the law is Soviet, or typical of a banana republic, but unworthy of a great nation.

On Trump, radical Islam, and killing women and children

WASHINGTON, March 21, 2016 – When Donald Trump proposed “taking out the families” of ISIS fighters, political opponents conjured up a vision of American soldiers kicking in doors, finding ISIS-affiliated women and children cowering in corners and gunning them down in cold blood. Yet this is not what Trump sanctioned. And the only dastardly attack so ...

‘Affluenza’ down Mexico way

Back in 2010, inmates held in a northern Mexican prison “were allowed to leave with authorization of the prison director to carry out instructions for revenge attacks using official vehicles and using guards’ weapons for executions,”

Painting by Jon Mcnaughton posted by the artist to social media

Why Obama shouldn’t fiddle with the law

The founders were worried that its rulers would soon devolve into Europe-like despots. They knew that would happen if our system of laws weren’t solid, and if the rulers didn’t do their parts to write good ones, enforce them, follow them.