In my last column — “The New York Times Best-Seller List: Another Reason Americans Don’t Trust the Media” — I used my recently published book as evidence that The New York Times best-seller list is not a best-seller list. I pointed out that the book, “The Rational Bible: Exodus,” the first volume of my commentary...
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Paul Ryan, a leader of exceptional decency and diligence, is leaving the House of Representatives, but his departure may help his party by refocusing the election in November.
With Ryan’s retirement, the vote in November won’t be about his record of triumphs—including tax reform and repeal of Obamacare’s mandate—or about his disappointments, such as...
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The United States courts, the third branch of government laid out in the Constitution, maintains a website that tracks vacancies among its 890 authorized judgeships. That site is continually updated, but for conservative supporters of President Trump most concerned with the judiciary — and they are legion — its scorecard doesn’t change often...
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About half the American people do not believe the mainstream media tell the truth. They believe the media are more interested in promoting their left-wing views than reporting the truth. I am, I note with sadness, a member of that half. Here is but one more example: The New York Times best-seller list. As a […]
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