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Feb 01 2024
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Three U.S. soldiers were killed and more than 30 were injured in a drone strike on a U.S. base in Jordan Saturday night. The Department of Defense identified the fallen soldiers as Sgt. William Jerome Rivers, 46, of Carrollton, Georgia; Specialist Kennedy Ladon Sanders, 24, ofAllSides Staff
Jan 24 2024
New Hampshire, then, was far from Donald Trump’s difficult second album. If anything, it was another performance of his Greatest Hits. His path to the White House is firmly in sight; Nikki Haley’s primary challenge, by contrast, has been rendered all but nominal.
After Trump scored his first thumping victory in the Iowa caucuses, widespread concern about his looming presidencyUnHerd
Jan 29 2024
Perspectives BlogFrom the Center
Late last year, I wrote about the growing pressure on the Biden Administration from Democratic elected officials to do more to address the growing influx of undocumented migrants into the country. These Democrats warned both of the real-world impact of the large numbers of arrivals in their cities and states and of the political consequences of continued inaction. They beganDan Schnur
Feb 08 2024
Mexico supplied the United States with a higher volume of goods than China in 2023, according to annual data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) published on Wednesday. The U.S. imported about $427.2 billion worth of goods from China, whereas imports from Mexico reached around $475.6 billion, according to the data. Trade tensions between the U.S. and China persist as America continuesThe Florida Capital Star
Jan 13 2024
Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) has endorsed former President Donald Trump’s return to the White House, telling Americans that “it’s time to get behind Donald Trump.” Lee appeared on The Ingraham Angle Friday to make his endorsement public. “The American people have a choice to make. In this circumstance, they have a rare historically unusual chance to choose between two presidents,” he said. “They haveBreitbart News
Feb 12 2024
U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan has voted to advance a foreign aid bill that has $95 billion for Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan. He said it will fight authoritarian aggression globally and also rev up America’s capacity to manufacture weapons, ammunition and war ships. “Over $50 billion dollars of this bill will be directly into our industrial base to defend ourselves,” Sullivan said in a floor speechAlaska Public Media
Jan 30 2024
Intercessors around the world will gather for a day of prayer this Wednesday to "pray prayers of serious repentance" for America.
The National Gathering for Prayer and Repentance will take place at the Museum of the Bible and be livestreamed on January 31st from 7:30 a.m. EST to 1 p.m.
House Speaker Mike Johnson, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, and Rabbi Jonathan Cahn will beCBN
Jan 25 2024
Yesterday, in the latest installment of the ongoing beef between Austin and Washington over border enforcement, Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas issued a letter claiming that “the federal government has broken the compact between the United States and the States.” The letter lays out, clearly and without hyperbole, the argument for Texas’s authority to defend its own border in the absence of federalThe American Conservative
Jan 19 2024
In the last couple months, Americans' sour sentiment has grown a lot sunnier.
Why it matters: Since the pandemic, U.S. consumers have consistently reported depressed economic sentiment, despite that fact that America's economy has staged a better recovery from COVID than the rest of the world's rich nations have.
State of play: Starting two months ago, America's mood startedAxios
Jan 19 2024
The conversations swirling around the chilly mountain air of Davos, Switzerland, keep returning to one issue. “2024 is the year of 50 or so elections around the world,” Carl Bildt, a former prime minister of Sweden, told me. “But there is only one election we are all talking about: the one in America.”
When abroad, Americans can often be parochially attentive to their own politics,Fareed Zakaria