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Study: Expanded School Breakfast Program Offers Little Benefit to StudentsStudy: Expanded School Breakfast Program Offers Little Benefit to Students

1000 National Guard Troops on Their Way to the Texas Border With Focus on Criminal Aliens1000 National Guard Troops on Their Way to the Texas Border With Focus on Criminal Aliens

Thomas Sowell Thomas Sowell: Bordering on Madness

In a recent confrontation between protesters against the illegal flood of unaccompanied children into the United States and counter-protests by some Hispanic group, one man from the latter group said angrily, "We are as good as you are!"

Ron Paul Ron Paul: What the Media Won't Report About Flight MH17

Just days after the tragic crash of a Malaysian Airlines flight over eastern Ukraine, Western politicians and media joined together to gain the maximum propaganda value from the disaster. It had to be Russia; it had to be Putin, they said.

Chuck Norris Chuck Norris: What America Needs Now

Where are the presidents today who are visionary leaders and spur on American exceptionalism, excellence and the entrepreneurial spirit? Where are the leaders who call us to dream again -- to rise above the levels of maintenance and mediocrity? Where have American innovation and exploration gone?

Michael Barone Michael Barone: Obama Dragged Down by Chaos at Home and Abroad, not by the Economy

"Why do you think President Obama's job rating is falling, even though the economy is recovering?" the interviewer asked. It's a fair question, even though the economy declined 2.9 percent in the first quarter, even though most jobs created in June were part-time, and even though labor force participation remains low.

David Limbaugh David Limbaugh: Moral Equivalence Is Usually Moral Negligence

Efforts to proclaim moral equivalence are not always misguided; sometimes each side is equally at fault or close enough. But these efforts are misguided and unhelpful -- and often harmful.

John Ransom John Ransom: Putin Channels Obama on MH17: Ukrainians Cling to Guns and Borders

It does no good to condemn Putin as a liar, when lying is about the only policy prescription that Obama has for anything. And the press props him up.

Mona Charen Mona Charen: What Needs Resetting

The bodies of 298 passengers and crew of Malaysia Air Flight 17, 80 of them children, lie unburied in a Ukrainian field while Vladimir Putin's men fire their weapons into the air to keep international investigators from approaching the site.

Todd Starnes Todd Starnes: Obama's LGBT Executive Order Endangers Religious Liberty

President Obama signed an executive order Monday barring federal contractors from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity – ignoring the pleas of Christian and other faith leaders to include an exemption for religious organizations.

Cal  Thomas Cal Thomas: No More Aid to the Palestinian Authority

The anti-Semitic "tradition" of blaming Jews for the world's problems mostly took a temporary back seat in light of the indiscriminate rocket attacks on Israel by the terrorist group Hamas.

Dennis Prager Dennis Prager: Is There a Russian Conscience? A European?

When I was a graduate student at Columbia University's Russian Institute, there was a great debate: Was the communist Soviet Union an organic Russian development or was it largely a cancer imposed on it?

Pat Buchanan Pat Buchanan: The Day of the Hawk

The downing of the Malaysian airliner that took the lives of 298 men, women and children was not deliberate terrorism. No one wanted to massacre those women and children.

Patrick Michaels Patrick Michaels: The Threat To The Scientific Method

The legacy of Franklin Roosevelt is harming American science.

Debra J. Saunders Debra J. Saunders: Rand Paul: Less Government, More Sharing Economy

Who will be the GOP nominee in 2016? I don't know, but I have a pretty good idea who the running mate will be: Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky. Unless Paul is the nominee.

Paul Greenberg Paul Greenberg: One round trip to Gaza, Please

?Despite their reluctance, the Israelis are back in Gaza -- for the third time in a decade, and for who knows how many times to come. It's become almost a regularly scheduled round trip by now. Their reluctance is understandable; Gaza has been a trap since the old days. Specifically, the Old Testament days. ("The Philistines are upon thee, Samson!" --Judges 16:20.)

Phyllis Schlafly Phyllis Schlafly: Layoffs Prove the Deceit of Amnesty

The shocking announcement that Microsoft is cutting 18,000 jobs is still sinking in. Most of those employees do not have a realistic chance of obtaining as good a job as the one they are losing.

Bill Murchison Bill Murchison: At Last -- Someone Did Something

So, then, what are we supposed to think when the governor of Texas dispatches National Guardsmen to the state border with Mexico in order to deflect the onrush of illegal border-crossers? What are we supposed to do?

Michael Brown Michael Brown: President Obama You Have Crossed A Dangerous, Unprecedented Line

?Dear Mr. President, I write to you today as a concerned citizen of our great nation, standing as a witness against your historic actions on the morning of July 21, 2004, actions which I hope you will one day repudiate with deep remorse and regret.

Tom Purcell Tom Purcell: An Oath for Obama

"I say it's high time we update the wording of the presidential oath of office, which is specified in Article II, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution."

Jack Kerwick Jack Kerwick: D'Souza's America

Of course, D’ Souza contends that while America is not unique in practicing the most egregious form of oppression—slavery—it is unique in that it waged a “civil war.”

Chris Versace Chris Versace: How Investing Resembles Moviemaking More than Photo Taking

That’s the biggest difference between a photo and a movie — one is a snapshot of a moment in time, while the other is a story that unfolds over time. If you were a buy-and-forget-it investor, your style would resemble something like a photograph.

Ransom Notes Radio Ransom Notes Radio: No, Mr. Obama, Sanctions Are Not The Answer

Sanctions against a handful of Putin’s rich friends won’t end the violence in Ukraine. Besides, the sanctions aren’t really the sort of thing a freedom-loving nation should impose. (Actually… That might explain why Obama’s so darn excited about them.)

Ralph Benko Ralph Benko: Is Paul Krugman Leaving Princeton In Quiet Disgrace?

Princeton, according to Bloomberg News, acknowledged Krugman’s departure with an extraordinarily tepid comment by a spokesperson. “He’s been a valued member of our faculty and we appreciate his 14 years at Princeton.”

Daniel J. Mitchell Daniel J. Mitchell: A Simple Solution to the Highway Trust Fund Deficit

When you’re trying to convince politicians to give up power and money, it takes a lot repetition. So, to paraphrase what Ronald Reagan said to Jimmy Carter, here we go again.

Nicholas Vardy Nicholas Vardy: How You Could Profit from Investing in ‘Frontier Markets’

’ve written before about how a boom in emerging market stocks is not a question of “if” but “when.” Catch a boom in an emerging market — India is a solid candidate for 2014 — and you can easily double or triple the returns you get from just sticking with mainstream U.S. stocks.

Michael Schaus Michael Schaus: HuffPo Attacks Companies for Making Too Much Profit

What is the progressive solution to companies avoiding the highest corporate tax rate in the world, by moving their assets outside of the US? Well… impose new taxes, I guess. And if that seems a little silly, that’s because it is.

Doug Fabian Doug Fabian: How Asia Offers Regional Emerging Market Opportunity

Six of the 10 most populated countries in the world are in Asia, and the continent holds more than half of the world’s population. The second- and third-largest economies in the world, as measured by Gross Domestic Product (GDP), also are in Asia.

Charles Payne Charles Payne: When College Isn't Worth It

Much noise has been made about the growing student loan bubble and what kind of impact it will have on the economy when it goes “boom.” It is a reasonable question, but if you are thinking this is just like the housing bubble, or the tech/Internet- stock market bubble, you are wrong.

Mark Skousen Mark Skousen: You Blew It! TSA Literally Becomes a Joke

I saw a sign from the so-called Transportation Security Administration (TSA) that read “Eight Most Common Reasons for Security Delays.” It warned against putting liquids in carry-ons, failing to take off shoes, etc. They forgot to list the #1 reason for delays: the TSA itself.

Phil Kerpen Phil Kerpen: The Biggest Hypocrites in America

?Liberal megadonor Tom Steyer, failing to raise any significant outside money for his global warming Super PAC, turned to one of his San Francisco neighbors for a million dollar check. It was Herb Sandler, the subprime mortgage lender at the heart of the housing crisis, and like Steyer a huge hypocrite.

George Mano George Mano: Remember the Space Race?

That was in January 1967. In other times, with a different America, they might have quit, or, at least, taken a long break. But, Americans at that time, many with fresh memories of World War II, were a hardier people and they did not quit or take a break.

Mallory Carr Mallory Carr: No Taxing Our Way Out of Looming Health Spending Crisis

The poor will be impacted disproportionally as fewer and fewer are eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit. Obamacare will also pile on tax hikes on the nation’s wealthiest citizens.

Mike Adams Mike Adams: The Armpit of Academia

Professor Breanne Fahs is a revolutionary. She teaches Women's and Gender Studies at Arizona State University. Recently, she decided to give extra credit to her female students for "defying social norms" by refusing to shave their armpits.

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