Commentary: Delaying Tariffs Is Not the Answer to China’s Trade Practices

For the past two years, President Donald Trump has argued that China was paying the cost of the trade war. Following a delay in some of the tariffs from the latest round in the dispute with China, however, the president has acknowledged for the first time that tariffs have an impact on American families.

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Democratic Senators Want Facebook to Shut Down Firearm Sales That Are ‘Slipping Through The Cracks’

Fifteen Democratic senators sent a letter to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg demanding more information regarding the latent sale of firearms on Facebook Marketplace, a practice the company called a “clear violation” of policies.

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Commentary: The Inertial State

One of the nobler elements of the American system is its jealous protection of the rights of minority interests. Going back to James Madison’s strictures about balancing faction against faction in Federalist #10, and Abraham Lincoln’s warnings against unfettered popular sovereignty in the Lincoln-Douglas debates, Americans have long held to a noble tradition of respecting minority rights, rather than simply riding roughshod over minority factions in the name of decisive majoritarian action.

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Dean Phillips Goes Off on Trump: ‘I Just Cannot Believe That This Man Represents the United States’

Rep. Dean Phillips (D-MN-03) hosted a town hall Saturday morning in Chanhassen, Minnesota, where the first-term congressman let the audience know how he really feels about President Donald Trump.

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