Licensed gunowner praised for joining cops in shootout with suspect near I-55 | Chicago Sun-Times

A man with a concealed-carry license was commended for coming to the aid of Cicero police who were engaged in a shootout with a man who shot and wounded an officer near the Stevenson Expressway Thursday, authorities said. via Pocket
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R. R. Reno’s “Suicide of the West” Review — “The Decadence and Dysfunction of Today’s Public Discourse” | National Review

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‘The System’s Not Working’ Is Liberal For ‘We’re Not Getting What We Want’

CNN released a new poll this week that alleges only 38 percent of Americans support the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, while 39 percent do not. It was the lowest net approval of any Supreme Court nominee since Harriet Miers. via Pocket
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Trump Derangement Syndrome Reaching Epidemic Levels

As America heads toward the final months of the president’s second year in office, Trump Derangement Syndrome seems to be reaching epidemic levels across the country. via Pocket
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If Bob Woodward Is Right How Should We Vote?

If Bob Woodward’s Trump-bashing, mega-bestseller is true, how should conservatives vote in the midterms? If the White House is in chaos, led by an unqualified and out of control president, what course should we take on November 6? via Pocket
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What The Times Misses About Poverty

It’s an affecting story. Matthew Desmond, writing in The New York Times Magazine, profiles Vanessa Solivan, a poor single mother raising three children. Vanessa works as a home health aide, yet she and her three adolescent children are often reduced to sleeping in her car, a 2004 Chrysler Pacifica. via Pocket
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