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Tiberiu Dianu

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Past articles by Tiberiu:

Immigration 'judges': Who judges them?

The Trump administration's bid to decertify a highly politicized immigration judges' union is the right one. → Read More

Greenland, the new U.S. Alaska?

The U.S. has been interested in acquiring this real estate for centuries, actually. → Read More

Trump Tower on Obama Avenue: The Democrats’ despicable name-change game

One little problem: regulations require that honorees be dead for two years before they can be considered for a street name. → Read More

Those Castro brothers from Texas (not the ones from Cuba!)

But both embarked on the journey to socialism, the direction their Democratic Party is currently navigating → Read More

Nadler’s dance around impeachment

He officially launched “formal impeachment proceedings” into the alleged misconduct of President Donald Trump. Now, this is huge news. Or is it? → Read More

Patterns in Republican Retirements from the US Congress

What is going on with all these Republican retirements? → Read More

The Obama Presidential Center revisited

Is former president Barack Obama beginning to lose his luster? → Read More

IG Horowitz reportedly has made a criminal referral on James Comey

Slowly, deliberately, the case against Comey builds. → Read More

Remembering Jamestown — because the left won't

Four centuries of American democracy, embodied in that first legislative assembly in that settlement. Instead of commemorate as is fitting, the Left made a fool of itself. → Read More

What the change at the office of the Director of National Intelligence means

Coats appears to be one of the last of the Republican establishment Mohicans appointed by the president in his first two years in office → Read More

Baltimore’s weakest link and the border

You may wonder what the connection between the city of Baltimore and our national border is, since Baltimore is not a border city. I’ll tell you: Elijah Cummings. → Read More

Positive perspective on the midterm election

Rather than a blue wave, this was a “green wave.” The Democrats pumped-in extraordinary amounts of money to little or no avail. → Read More

Democrats' dismay mounting at upcoming red, white, and blue midterm wave

The president's wildly popular nationwide rallies are going to pay off soon. → Read More

President Trump proudly declares: 'I am a nationalist'

The Republican Party is now a nationalist party. Trump has redefined it. → Read More

Romania’s Misbegotten Referendum on Marriage and Family

For many social conservatives in America, a national referendum on a constitutional amendment to define marriage as between only one man and one woman would be a dream come true. But when Romania, a country over 95 percent self-proclaimed Christian, conducted just such a vote, enough people chose to sleep instead that the vote ended up in a failure of epic proportions. During Saturday, October 6… → Read More

Sarah Palin for Senate, 2022

Senator Lisa Murkowski should be ashamed for her totally emotional, and reasonless, vote against Justice Brett Kavanaugh. She has become an embarrassment for both the Alaskan voters and Republican Party → Read More

Melania Trump and Ghana teach SJWs a lesson

The mainstream media hasn’t missed any opportunities to criticize the First Lady, who just returned from Africa. She was excoriated for wearing a “colonial” safari helmet in Kenya (although pith helmets are available for purchase online and in hat shops) and for her “largely neutral outfits” in Ghana and Malawi, “often in contrast to her hosts” or Michelle Obama, who wore “bright, colorful… → Read More

Muscles in Brussels: how President Trump exposes the Europeans’ double-crossing game

Wastng no time. → Read More

Justice Anthony Kennedy and me

An hour spent by law students with a sitting justice of the Supreme Court. → Read More

A new Cuba?

Díaz Canel has his work cut out for him. → Read More