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The difference a day makes: How Saudi students in the U.S. dealt with April 15, 2013

Boston Marathon Bombing

Special to By Tamara Zuniga-Brown Almost a million foreign students, the future leaders of their counties, are attending American universities. The following is the true story of how the Boston Marathon bombing one year ago today, on April 15, 2013, shocked a group of such students in southern California. “Lunch time!” a smiling Saudi [...]

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New York’s World’s Fair remembered, 50 years later

New York’s World Fair in 1964.

John J. Metzler NEW YORK — Fifty years ago, the World’s Fair opened in New York. The Fair, a grand expo of technology, commerce, and cultures, was held in at a time when America’s fortunes were riding high in the post-war era. Now every time I pass the great Unisphere Globe, build by U.S. Steel [...]

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The Cadillac Ad: Celebrating the American Dream that will survive the Left’s big lie


Special to By Myrna Sokoloff The new “Poolside” commercial by Cadillac, starring Neal McDonough, is great if you believe in capitalism and hard work. It is stunning in that it is not anti-business. The man in the ad has pride in working 60 hours per week. He is very proud he made money, can [...]

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Egalitarian wasteland: Welcome, new parents, to the public education system you are paying for!


Special to By Grace Vuoto The moment finally came. My husband and I looked at one another with pride and began that gleeful conversation: Is he ready for preschool? We concluded our first-born and four-year-old son, having enjoyed years of nurturing in the home, is indeed at last ready to begin his formal education [...]

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Memo to the hook-up culture on the naked truth about love

Susan Levison

Special to By Loredana Vuoto VH1 believes love is skin deep. That’s the only way to explain its decision to launch “Naked Dating,” a one-hour weekly series that uncovers dating and romance — naked style. Every episode will follow one man and one woman as they each date two different suitors. At the end [...]

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Jeffrey Kuhner: Who are the extremists?


                        Seriously, who are the extremists?

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Propaganda as art: Think today’s Americans are not susceptible to mind control?

Queen Latifah and musicians perform onstage as 30 couples are married during the 56th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on Jan. 26, in Los Angeles. / Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images

Special to By Loredana Vuoto Hollywood has mastered Joseph Goebbels’ famous propaganda strategy, “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.” The lie: same-sex couples are ‘the new normal’ and can provide a loving family for children. This was recently depicted at the 56th [...]

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How the pro-life movement is winning American hearts and minds

Pope Francis tweeted on Jan. 22, 2014: "“I join the March for Life in Washington with my prayers. May God help us respect all life, especially the most vulnerable.”

Special to By Grace Vuoto This year the annual March for Life in the nation’s capital, the largest anti-abortion rally in the world with about 600,000 attendees, marks a milestone: public opinion in America is changing as the pro-life movement gains more adherents. Since Roe v. Wade legalized abortion in America in 1973, approximately [...]

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GREATEST HITS 2013: Sexual predator honored with U.S. postage stamp


Special to Originally published Nov. 4, 2013 By Matt Barber Benjamin Franklin famously quipped, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Franklin evidently failed to envisage today’s postmodern left. For the conservative, there exists at least one other certainty, and it is this: The degree to which [...]

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‘Long march’ by student radicals succeeded; Now America needs leader to exit swamp

Bernardine Dohrn and Bill Ayers at Cook County Courthouse in Chicago, Dec. 3, 1989.  /AP

Sol W. Sanders   In 1967 Rudi Dutschke, a flamboyant leader of post-World War II European student radicals looking back on two centuries of failed revolutions, had an epiphany: instead of attacking prevailing institutions head on, he advocated his fellow revolutionaries should take a “long march through the institutions’ of power to create radical change [...]

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