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John Hawkins John Hawkins: In Honor of His 103rd Birthday, Here Are The 20 Best Quotes From The Late, Great Milton Friedman

Yesterday would have been the 103rd birthday of Milton Friedman, who was one of the most brilliant economists of the last century. In honor of Friedman, here are his 20 best quotes.

Caroline Glick Caroline Glick: Obama Strikes Again

While Israel and much of official Washington remain focused on the deal President Barack Obama just cut with the ayatollahs that gives them $150 billion and a guaranteed nuclear arsenal within a decade, Obama has already moved on to Syria.

Stacy Washington Stacy Washington: Hillary Clinton, the Candidate, Has an Access Problem

Judging by the recent actions of the Clinton campaign: Americans dont need access to Hillary Clinton.

Humberto Fontova Humberto Fontova: How One Lion-Hunter Became the Toast of the Smart-Set

Take Time Magazine (please!) no, seriously. Lets use Time as an exemplar of the mainstream media. Theyve run seven stories on the slaughter (their term) of Cecil the Lion by Dr. Walter Palmer.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. Harry R. Jackson, Jr.: Black Money Matters

No one living has missed the slogan Black Lives Matter! But what about the economics of the black and brown communities?

Kathryn Lopez Kathryn Lopez: All Lives Matter

"A deer gets trapped on a hillside and every effort is brought to bear to rescue him from his predicament.

Larry Kudlow Larry Kudlow: Donald Trump, Supply-Sider?

Is Donald Trump a supply-sider? In his still young presidential campaign, he has said several times that he wants to be the jobs president.

Matt Bowman Matt Bowman: Equality and Dissection

This summer, many people, including friends of mine, adopted the rainbow symbol and the message of human equality after the U.S. Supreme Court took it upon itself to redefine marriage.

John Hanlon John Hanlon: Cruise Faces Off Against a Rogue Terrorist Threat in Mission Impossible 5

McQuarrie and Cruise have crafted here a smart and exciting summer blockbuster that keeps this series running at full throttle.

Jack Kerwick Jack Kerwick: University of New Hampshire 'Bias-Free Language Guide': 'American' is 'Problematic'

If there remained any doubts that academia is among the most thoughtless places in the cosmos, the University of New Hampshire just put them to rest once and for all.

D.W. Wilber D.W. Wilber: Dr. Mengele, I Presume...

Were we in Germany in the early 1940s, so too would the Nazis champion the rights of abortionists to perform their grisly medical experiments on unborn babies.

John P. Warren John P. Warren: Trump, the Truth, and Thirty-Somethings

The GOPs Puritans must be used to being politically lonely. They often speak as if their positions on issues like immigration, abortion, regulations, welfare, education, were carefully chiseled on sacred tablets somewhere, but the rest of us somehow never get it right.

Chris  Skates Chris Skates: Trump vs Cruz: Birds of a Feather?

As a conservative I gave up long ago on balanced television news coverage. But even this jaded viewer has been disappointed by what I consider unfair and inadequate news coverage of Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz. When Cruz first entered the race for a Texas senate seat he instantly became a favorite of tea party crowds. Thats not because Cruz was some fringe lunatic or right wing radical. Its because he instantly displayed world class communication skills that he used masterfully to articulate conservatism. Though it may sound like heresy to some, I would posit that Cruz is better at communicating conservative principles than evenyes Im going to say itRonald Reagan.

Daniel Davis Daniel Davis: The Naked Public Square: A Prophetic and Invaluable Read

Neuhaus was most prescient in predicting the legal logic of secular progressivism and its consequences for religious liberty.

Chris Edwards Chris Edwards: GOP Candidates and Spending Cuts

You may remember Texas Governor Rick Perrys brutal stumble in the November 2011 Republican presidential debate.

Matt Litt Matt Litt: The U.S. Could Use More School Choice

As we celebrate Milton Friedmans 103rd birthday today, we reflect on the importance of promoting more school choice across the country. Dr. Milton Friedman was a Nobel laureate and advocate of freedom. He believed that parents should be able to choose how to spend public education funds and that it would improve education by increasing opportunity for students and competition between schools.

Michelle Malkin Michelle Malkin: Desperate Dems Recycle Planned Parenthood's Mammogram Lie

The gruesome hits keep coming for the baby butchers of Planned Parenthood. President Obama and his top health officials have one last-ditch response left: Quick, hide behind the imaginary mammogram machine!

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