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    The U.S. Must Honor Our Promises and Protect Afghan Partners

    Mohammad spent most of the past 12 years working for the U.S. government in Afghanistan, first in the U.S. Embassy in Kabul and later as a DoD contractor. When his wife and family started receiving threats in 2010, he applied for a Special Immigrant Visa. Wrongful rejections and delays pushed Mohamm...

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    Freedom’s insurance policy

    America’s defenses started out with lanterns in a church steeple and the now famous, “One if by land, two if by sea.” It started with a wildly outnumbered band of citizens facing off against the most powerful nation in the world at that time. It began with bloody feet and no boots at Valley Forge. I...

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    The whole world is watching

    Moral high ground is earned – not inherited. For the United States to continue to merit global influence in conversations about human rights or in condemning human rights abuses, it is imperative that we first look to ourselves and our own borders. For years, politicians have described crossings at ...

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    The real problem with Democrats' 'COVID relief' bill

    Last week, after getting criticized in their home districts, Democrats finally announced plans to scrap two major pet projects from their so-called "COVID-19 relief" bill, a $1.9 trillion piece of legislation mostly consisting of provisions not directly related to public health spending. These scrap...

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    WHO Must Actually Demonstrate Independence from China

    With the stroke of a pen, President Joe Biden readmitted the United States, as a paying member, to the World Health Organization (WHO). President Biden’s own National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan stated, “Re-engaging with the WHO also means holding it to the highest standards… We have deep concern...

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    Being pro-life is more important than ever

    2020 may be remembered as the year America grappled with the value of life. From a global pandemic that gripped us in collective grief and cost hundreds of thousands of lives to a national reckoning on racial injustice, questions of life were central to a tumultuous year. We saw tensions heighten an...

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    COVID-19 vaccines give hope for our seniors

    They are called the Greatest Generation for a reason. They sacrificed without asking for celebration. They took responsibility for themselves, and they took care of their neighbors. When their country called, they stepped up and said, "I will serve." They didn't quit easily, and they don't scare eas...

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