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When to Take the Fifth (Amendment)

, Malcolm A. Kline

The Fifth Amendment may be the Left’s favorite entry on the Bill of Rights but a relatively conservative law professor makes a pretty persuasive case that it should be more universally embraced. “The use of…

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The New Cold War

, Spencer Irvine

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and George Washington University held a joint conference, their third together, at the university’s D.C. campus. Peter Clement, deputy assistant director for CIA’s Europe and Eurasia Mission, John McLaughlin, distinguished…

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A Money Changers Moment for Catholics

, Cliff Kincaid

Of all the groups that Barack Obama bamboozled in 2008 and 2012, Catholics were the biggest suckers. They voted for Obama and now, according to the polls, they are backing Hillary. But evidence suggests that…

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How ‘Green’ was My Campus

, Malcolm A. Kline

The sustainability campaigns on American college campuses, which we have covered for about as long as they have existed, may seem more ubiquitous than pledge drives on PBS. Nevertheless, some scholars think they haven’t gone…

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Presidential Birthplace Trivia

, Malcolm A. Kline

Each of the following states produced one president apiece and you might be surprised at the chief executives that go with each of them—Illinois, Kentucky, Nebraska, New Jersey and New Hampshire. They are: Ronald Reagan,…

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