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FBI Quietly Expands Its Hacking Powers

The FBI quietly acquired sweeping surveillance powers, beginning Dec. 1, it had sought for years, and the change came without a single congressional hearing or vote.


To the Miffed: Please Stop Your Trump Hysterics

To many of us, perhaps the only thing more surprising than Donald Trump's astonishing Election Day victory over Hillary Clinton has been the sustained, hysterical reaction of Clinton's supporters to her defeat.

Putting innocent Americans on trial

shutterstock 184689539 c0 65 1000 648 s885x516“Let’s not make a federal case out of this.” Nearly all of us have heard someone say something like this at one time or another. And it used to mean something. Not anymore.

Common Core's New Managerial Class

Orange County Register -- In hindsight, it looks inevitable: Faced with a predictable mess of regulations, deadlines and bureaucratic challenges, California supporters of the Common Core standards have turned to a group of educational experts to manage the process.

Thomas Sowell's Christmas Reading List

sowellPerhaps more than in other years, shopping malls can become shopping mauls. One of the ways to make Christmas shopping less stressful is to give books as presents — after ordering them on the Internet. There is a good crop of new books to choose from this year, as well as some old favorites that can make good gifts.

Government for the Strongest and Richest

Intellectually undemanding progressives, excited by the likes of Senator Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) - advocate of the downtrodden and the Export-Import Bank - have at last noticed something obvious: Big government, which has become gargantuan in response to progressives' promptings, serves the strong.

On the IRS, let the Special Prosecuting Begin

Something about the continuing brouhaha over the Internal Revenue Service's missing emails sounds familiar ... what could it be?