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Moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem is Long Overdue

By: Robert Heilberg It’s not a controversial idea that a foreign embassy is typically located in a country’s preferred or official capital city. Washington D.C., the home of the U.S. government and the capital of the United States is home to foreign embassies from around the world. The reason why those embassies are located in… Read more »

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GOP Tax Plan Kicks Ass

By: Andrew Magloughlin House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas) unveiled the long-awaited Republican tax plan yesterday, dubbed the Tax Cut and Jobs Act. This bill delivers many of President Donald Trump’s campaign promises by lowering taxes for a whopping 94% of Americans.

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President Trump’s on War in Afghanistan: A Needed Improvement

By: Nawal Ali In August, President Trump announced that the United States will deploy additional troops to Afghanistan as part of a new change in American policy regarding the longest war in US history. Some commentators were skeptical of President Trump’s new strategy, concerned about the lack of a timeline for the end of the… Read more »

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Going Nuclear on the Nuclear Deal

By: Robbie Rosamelia President Trump Begins The Long Road To Combatting The Iranian Threat By Decertifying Their Compliance With The JCPOA President Trump’s announcement on October 13th to decertify Iran’s compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)—commonly referred to as the Iran Nuclear Deal—was met with both praise and scorn as Iran has… Read more »

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A Conversation with Jonah Goldberg

By: Thomas Kenna Prior to listening to his brilliant lecture on Wednesday evening, I had the honor of interviewing National Review Senior Editor and American Enterprise Institute Fellow Jonah Goldberg for The Conservative Conscience. The interview lasted about thirteen minutes. It has been transcribed for your consumption and enrichment below.

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Europe’s Economic Environmentalism

By: Nicholas Illuzzi How Necessity Drove Europe’s Environmental Ideology On June 1, 2017, President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the 2016 Paris Climate Agreement. On that date, I was enjoying a vacation in Italy, a nation with a diverse and beautiful environment. Italy is also a nation that follows the European Union’s… Read more »

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A Great Time to be a Republican

By: Robert Rosamelia The New Direction for AU College Republicans In President Barack Obama’s first public appearance since leaving office in January 2017, he appeared at the University of Chicago with a panel of six students and community leaders. The comments from one of the panelists, Max Freedman—himself a College Republican, struck me as particularly… Read more »