Charles Krauthammer died yesterday. Do you know what is amazing? Conservatives and liberals alike share heartfelt loss at his passing.

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From 1974 to 1980, totalitarianism was on the rise. South Viet Nam, Cambodia, Laos, South Yemen, Angola, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Grenada, Nicaragua, and Afghanistan fell into the orbit of the Soviet Union.
Then Reagan entered office. Under the Reagan Doctrine, the momentum of totalitarianism was more than slowed, it was reversed. Dictatorships collapsed in Chili, Haiti, and Panama during Reagan’s watch. Democracy advanced in nine more nations, including Bolivia, Honduras, Argentina, Grenada, El Salvador, Uruguay, Brazil, Guatemala, and the Phillippines …

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Taxpayers have legitimate reason to be outraged by the GSA. The watchdog of government spending, the General Services Administration, went on a fun-filled spending binge on our buck. Quiner’s Diner offers three observations on this state of affairs …

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By Tom Quiner The cornerstone of the President’s plan to reduce our deficit is to take away corporate tax breaks for corporate jets. Charles Krauthammer did an analyses to calculate the net effect: “I did the math. If you collect that tax for the next 5,000 years — that is not a typo — it…

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