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The car dealership solution to health insurance costs: Car dealerships may not have the best reputation but Michael R. Shannon argues selling health care like cars would be an improvement over what Americans have now

My pilgrimage, Chapter Fourteen: The New World Order Empire: Donald Trump's expansive foreign trip signals to the world what the president truly believes even as he is beset with enemies at home, says Michael Moriarty

Cdn pol Brian Mulroney and the failure of Canadian conservatism in the 1980s (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at the importance of “governing strategically”

We need more special counsels: If there is a special counsel investigating Trump administration links to Russia, argues Dr. Robert Owens, then there should be a few other investigations as well

Trump restores trust with American allies in Middle East: Stephen Gregory says that Donald Trump negotiated the beginning of a Middle East alliance to combat extremism and created hope for peace in region

Arizona welfare agency bans political and religious speech: Very quietly the Arizona Department of Economic Security imposed a ban on all of its employees from making political and religious statements, reports Rachel Alexander

Today's stunted oil prices could cause oil price shock in 2020: Unsteady oil prices today could cause some huge problems in a few short years, writes Haley Zaremba, with far higher prices at the pump

Nipping a legal problem in the bud: Paul Driessen says government needs to consult with all affected parties, to ensure informed endangered species and pesticide policies

U.S. intelligence reports warn of cyber "Cold War": America's enemies aren't just arming themselves militarily, they're also ramping up their cyber-warfare capabilities and government must be ready, reports Jim Kouri

Why expecting subway passengers to pay is racist: The Bay Area Rapid Transit system is beset with people who refuse to pay and high crime rates and yet administrators are ignoring the issues, says Michael R. Shannon

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