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The Saudi-Canada Clash: A Values War

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

Who determines what are "basic rights" or "universal values"? When did it become America's "traditional role" to defend women's right to drive automobiles in every country, when women had no right to vote in America until after World War I? Has it become the moral duty of the U.S. government to champion abortion and LGBT rights worldwide, when a goodly slice of America still regards them as marks of national decadence and decline?

Trump Announces Tariffs Populist Candidates Jump On Board

Yesterday, President Trump announced that in the interest of national security he was imposing tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. Conservative -- Populist candidates in hotly contested races in Indiana and Pennsylvania quickly embraced the President's move.

Washington Officials Should Stop Stressing about the World

Obviously the world is a messy place. But what stresses American policymakers? It’s not the problem of defending the U.S. No other country has a conventional capability to reach America. Thus, America's national security team need not worry about the sort of potential threats facing virtually every other nation.

UK, Canada Reduce Immigration; Will the US?

Neil Munro, Daily Caller

The U.K. public's opposition to the immigrant inflow is so heated that a gov't minister has even urged employers to attract needed British workers by offering higher salaries, and to stop relying on low-skill, low-wage workers from Poland or Pakistan.

Yes, Ted Cruz can be President

Ilya Shapiro, Daily Caller

Unlike Barack Obama, there’s no question Sen. Ted Cruz is constitutionally eligible. Here’s why.