Letter from the editor: Jan. 15, 2019

by Washington Examiner

Washington Examiner— America, more than any other nation, faces a particular moral tension in the conduct of its foreign policy. Ideals and realpolitik clash. The U.S. became the most powerful nation on Earth in part because it was founded on fundamental freedoms that are not only our birthright but also have the practical effect of unleashing human potential and creating wealth and power.

Washington Examiner—Letter from the editor: Jan. 22, 2019. George H.W. Bush accepted the 1988 Republican nomination for president, reassuring his party that he wouldn’t cave to Democratic pressure to raise taxes. In perhaps his most effective rhetoric ever, he described the left returning again and again to press him to take more money from people’s wallets. He said his final response would be, “Read my lips — no new taxes.” This solidified his base and helped win him election. But when he betrayed his promise in 1990, the base evaporated and Bush was...

Chicago Sun-Times—Horoscope for Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2019. Moon Alert We have the “all clear” today to shop and do business. The moon is in Taurus. Aries (March 21-April 19) Today you feel sensible and thrifty about your money. This is why if you are shopping, you will confine your purchases to practical, long-lasting items. No ostrich feather boas — not today. Trust [

miamiherald—Sports on TV: Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. BASKETBALL TIME TV Men: Seton Hall @ Providence 6:30 p.m. FS1 Men: Florida @ Mississipi State 7 p.m. SECN Men: USF @ Cincinnati 7 p.m. ESPNN Men: Rutgers @ Purdue