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Instead of worrying about the foreign policy chops of Heather Nauert, President Trump's nominee for America's next United Nations ambassador, critics may want to examine... [Read More]
After all the breast-beating from the liberals about how no one in America is above the law, how heartwarming are the protests in the anti-Trump... [Read More]
When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and... [Read More]
President Trump has been trying to blame the Democrats for the effort by federal prosecutors to depict payoffs to two women as campaign finance violations.... [Read More]
The disclosures of the last few days are, though disguised, the crash in ignominy of the Robert Mueller putsch. But they are far from the... [Read More]
Prime Minister Theresa May's retreat on Brexit is best seen as an opening for her former foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, who is the last contender... [Read More]
In Van Dyck: The Anatomy of Portraiture, the largest special exhibition ever mounted at the Frick Collection, towering portraits look very much at home on... [Read More]
The National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC is paying tribute to First Lady Nancy Reagan, who died March 6th at the age of 94. A... [Read More]
Occupying a townhouse on Park Avenue, the Italian Cultural Institute has filled its rooms with 19th century "Neapolitan School" paintings. Artworks from regions across Southern... [Read More]
Nicknamed "Il Monaco" (The Monk), painter and printmaker Giorgio Morandi (1890 -1964) is known for having lived a simple existence devoted to art. A lifelong... [Read More]
With the possibility that Judge Brett Kavanaugh's accuser will appear before the Judiciary Committee next week, Senate Republicans need to get one thing clear: This... [Read More]
The current standing of the Democrats in the midterm election polls is a levitation. Their record when they had the administration was poor. Their official... [Read More]
It's hard to imagine the horror that must have come over the editorial board of the New York Times when it discovered that a public... [Read More]
NY First Super Model from Roberto Serrini on Vimeo. June will mark the 125th anniversary of the birth of Audrey Munson, the greatest artist's muse... [Read More]
Could the fact that President Obama refused to submit his Iran agreement to the Senate for a standard up-or-down treaty vote turn around and, as... [Read More]
Thriller novelists couldn't script a plot more suspenseful than today's Republican primary in New York and what it means for frontrunner Donald Trump. Will his... [Read More]
I teach economics. If any of my freshmen students were to submit to me a paper on the minimum wage as full of errors as... [Read More]
"The shot heard round the world." That's how history remembers that fateful day in April 1775 when Massachusetts militia engaged British regulars on the fields... [Read More]
Who deserves the "benefit of the doubt" in the showdown between Professor Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh? We understand that not everyone has... [Read More]
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