Judge Andrew P. Napolitano: Coronavirus lockdowns — what power does Constitution give governors?

A federal court in Pennsylvania this week has become the first in the nation to rule that the lockdown, social distancing and essential workplace regulations imposed by Gov. Tom Wolf in response to the coronavirus pandemic are unconstitutional.


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Author: Andrew Napolitano

Paul Alster: Israeli Jews are improving their relations with Arabs — but not with each other

I and a growing number of Israelis like me believe our biggest existential threat is that of internal turmoil caused by a breakdown in our society.


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Author: Paul Alster

David Wurmser: Israel-UAE-Bahrain agreements show Arab nations won’t let Palestinians block regional peace

Seventy-two years after the creation of the modern state of Israel, growing numbers of Arab and Muslim nations are reaching what should be an obvious conclusion: the Jewish state is here to stay, and it makes sense to establish diplomatic and trade relations.


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Author: David Wurmser

Gutfeld on the video of two heroic sheriff’s deputies ambushed in Los Angeles

Monday night, I found a disturbing but no less heroic image of the two Los Angeles police officers attending to each other after nearly being assassinated. It’s jarring, but also strange.


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Author: Greg Gutfeld

Sen. Marco Rubio: Biden’s economic plan is inconsistent, outdated and weak. This is not a serious blueprint

Joe Biden is now scrambling to show he cares about the destruction of millions of American jobs and the erosion of our industrial base.


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Author: Marco Rubio

Qanta Ahmed: As a Muslim, I thank Trump for brokering Israel-UAE-Bahrain agreements and expect more to come

President Trump should be credited with a historic achievement for brokering agreements to normalize relations between Israel, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.


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Author: Qanta Ahmed

WSJ Editorial Board: After sheriff’s deputies shot in LA, protesters chant ‘We hope they die’

Two deputies were “ambushed by a gunman in a cowardly fashion” in the Compton neighborhood, said Sheriff Alex Villaneuva at a press conference this weekend.


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Author: Wall Street Journal Editorial Board

Sally Pipes: Medicare for none – these are the reforms we need to keep program solvent

The Congressional Budget Office projects that Medicare’s Part A hospital insurance trust fund will run out of cash in just four years – two years earlier than previous estimates. 


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Author: Sally Pipes

Liz Peek: Anti-Trump attacks grow uglier but president gains in these critical states

As we enter the final weeks of the presidential campaign, our politics are getting uglier, and the attacks on President Trump even more unhinged.


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Author: Liz Peek

Deroy Murdock: And the Oscar for worst idea for motion pictures goes to …

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) has leapt into the quest for “racial justice” with both feet. The people behind the Oscars now find themselves chest-deep in an ethno-aesthetic quagmire.


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Author: Deroy Murdock