Beltway Confidential

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On Tuesday, a sharp eyed journalist, Ian Keddie, noted that the Seawolf-class attack submarine, USS Jimmy Carter, had returned to its Washington port while flying the Jolly Roger pirate flag. The Navy, whether by accident or by design, published the photo online. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr. Michael Smith/Released)

Why was the USS Jimmy Carter flying the Jolly Roger?

The Jolly Roger's significance is its celebration of a successful operation in face of the enemy.

Satire vs. harassment: The fine line with free speech

By Gabriella Munoz

This past week, members of George Washington University's Young America's Foundation were the subjects of an anonymous poster smear campaign...

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Hurricane Irma might lead to some baseball magic in Miami

By Eric Peterson

When Giancarlo Stanton returns to Miami for the Marlins' first home game, you should be watching — something unforgettable just might happen...

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What happened to Hillary Clinton's campaign was a public rejection of abortion

By Kristan Hawkins

In 2016, voters rejected Clinton's extremism, they cast their votes, and pro-life candidates won.

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