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On his 273rd birthday, Jefferson’s legacy is more important than ever

As Thomas Jefferson’s contradictions in matters of slavery are becoming increasingly popular among modern academics who love to delegitimize the founders because they couldn’t have envisioned contemporary culture, it’s worthwhile to remember how contemporary culture got to this point.

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The weirdest possible outcomes for the strangest election in U.S. history

U.S. elections have entered the world of the weird because America itself is on the edge of something that will shake its very core. What that event will be is hard to say because there are so many possibilities, but tension usually escalates to crisis before it deescalates, and tensions today are surely escalating.

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New York values

Discussion of “New York values” moved front and center of the GOP campaign last week. What are New York values? They are establishment values and they are anti-Christian, anti-family, anti-life, anti-gun and pro-homosexual. Just ask Governor Andrew Cuomo.

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Senate bill would force companies to help government investigate customers

New legislation in the Senate addresses the public FBI fight with Apple over whether the tech giant should have to weaken communications data protections to help government investigators do their jobs. And, in case you haven’t already guessed, it’s seriously bad news for privacy.

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