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Real American interests justify President Trump's personal effort to win the trust of his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. President Erdogan, however, has imprisoned hundreds of journalists, purged thousands of independent judges, and has spent upwards of $600 million building himself a 1,150 room palace full of the self-aggrandizing chic of the sort once favored by Saddam Hussein. (Pool Photo via AP)

Trump, stop gobbling at Turkey

Foreign policy friendships are important, but so is the presidential obligation to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution.

Trump's personnel foul on ESPN hack

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Trump should not waste a second castigating a sports channel's pipsqueak employee.

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Trump's in danger dancing with Democrats

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If he really thinks he can make a better deal with Democrats and get anything done after that, the president is in for a very rude awakening...

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Dianne Feinstein and the Left revive religious tests

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Feinstein's apparent view that a Catholic who listens to Rome's teachings is therefore unfit for a judgeship is a foul assault on America's...

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