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Attacks on Abortion Clinics Should Be Prosecuted as Terrorism

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Porn Star James Deen Is No Feminist Idol

He was the stuff of many women’s fantasies. But new rape allegations expose him for what he really is.


The Migrants We Should Fear

The most dangerous terrorists to America are not from Syria. They’re from North Carolina.

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