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What could go wrong?

If you are one of the last Americans shocked by the news of another bonehead move by President Barack Obama — the release of five Taliban leaders from Guantanamo in return for a U.S. soldier who probably deserted his post — then you’ll find this headline astounding, too:

Last Navajo code talker dies

When I heard the news that Chester Nez, the last of the original 29 Navajo code talkers, had died, I happened to be driving through the reservation listening to KTNN radio out of Window Rock, Ariz.

Mickelson! Icahn! Walters!

When the Wall Street Journal broke the story that the FBI and the Security And Exchange Commission were investigating pro golfer Phil Mickelson, corporate raider Carl Icahn and risk-taker extraordinaire Billy Walters for insider trading, you should have heard the buzz in the bar at the renowned Las Vegas Country Club.

Hey, Harry, what about this law?

I was struck last month when Harry Reid sided with the Gestapo military tactics of the BLM in rounding up cattle owned by Cliven Bundy in Mesquite by saying that "the law is the law". I knew that would come back to bite him. For Sen. Reid "the law...

Deeds and words, Mr. President

When President Obama today rightly told Americans to “never forget” the service of soldiers who died defending this nation, it’s hard not to remember that just last October he allowed the barricading of the open-air war memorials during the budget impasse.

Lest we forget …

This Memorial Day weekend, may I draw your attention to one the best projects undertaken by the the Stephens Media Group — the American Valor project. Even today it stands the test of time.

VA abuse: Obama should have known

You can argue all day about whether President Obama was caught by surprise by the revelations of secret wait lists that may have cost many American veterans their lives, but no one should argue this point: President Obama should have known.

A righteous protest of BLM

Government oppression is government oppression, whether it takes the form of Jim Crow laws of the 1950s South, or the form of Bureau of Land Management rules designed to force a people out of home and business.

The bathroom wall indictment

American universities have long become freedom-free zones — zero tolerance for free speech on topics such as gay marriage and the right of Israel to exist is pretty much the norm these days.