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President Obama has hailed the result of the Iranian nuclear negotiations a "good deal" for America. Optimists label it a gamble. Realists call it what it is, a dangerous mistake.
We’re realists, and the evidence for our position is clear.
Rep. Matt Salmon has introduced a bill that would bar federal authorities from releasing undocumented immigrants who have been accused or convicted of serious crimes.
And he wants them deported within 90 days.
The fact that we need legislation to accomplish this is astonishing.
But apparently we do.
I don't know anyone who wasn't horrified and heart-broken when news broke that 21-year-old Grant Ronnebeck, a good kid working hard, was shot dead while clerking at a QuikTrip store in Mesa in January.
The worldwide promotion of time-tested American values, and the assurance of our own nation's security, must be our principal foreign policy aim.
America is a land made great by free trade.
Since our inception, trade has been a means for economic prosperity and global influence. Strong trading relationships have made partnerships stronger and provided valuable markets for high quality American goods and services.
The Republican-controlled House voted Wednesday to block funding for President Barack Obama's efforts to protect millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation, signaling that the GOP doesn't plan to soften its stance on immigration.
Mexican authorities are questioning nine police officers in connection with the murders of three American siblings from Texas and one Mexican, a case that has prompted U.S. congressmen to call for a thorough investigation.
Muslim community leaders are worried that some elected officials in Arizona and across the country are stoking a rise in Islamophobia in the wake of recent beheadings and other terrorist acts by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria militant group.
Can No Labels influence the 2016 election?
Education has changed drastically over the years.
Through various regulations and requirements, we've allowed our education system to become stagnant. Far from being the gateway to success it once was, much of today's higher education system treats students as commodities to be processed through an assembly line.