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President Donald J. Trump delivers his inaugural address, Jan. 20, 2017. (Getty)

President Trump: Lot of action, lot of controversy

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump promised to put “America first” in his inaugural address, pledging to prevent other countries from taking advantage of the US...

Inauguration Day

I was in high school, I had the great fortune of living just outside our nation’s capital. For all its ills, Washington DC is a fabulous tourist destination. The...

Donald Trump at a rally in New Hampshire during his presidential campaign. (Sean Rayford/Getty)

Donald Trump elected president: First thoughts

In our March 18, 2016 edition, the IJN published an editorial entitled “Fear propelling populism cannot be ignored.” Ignoring it, however, is what many pollsters and...

Head to Head, Toe to Toe: Trump, right. Clinton, left. (Justin Sullivan/Getty)

Clinton, Trump talk tough on Iran

WASHINGTON — The Trump and Clinton campaigns issued tough-on-Iran statements in the wake of a report alleging that negotiators allowed Iran secret loopholes in the...

The tweet from Trump's campaign that was accused of being anti-Semitic.

Anti-Trump contingent is undermining itself

When will some people realize that their obsessive bashing of Donald Trump not only makes them slowly seem a little coo-coo, but also only enhances his appeal to his...

The tweet from Trump's campaign that was accused of being anti-Semitic.

Trump says he wouldn’t have removed tweet

NEW YORK — Donald Trump kept alive a controversy over a campaign tweet featuring imagery  seen by some as anti-Semitic by saying his staff “shouldn’t have taken...

Trump tries damage control on anti-Semitic tweet

NEW YORK — Donald Trump blamed the “dishonest media” for the dust-up over a tweet showing a Star of David shape and dollar bills superimposed over an image of...

AIPAC was microcosm of Trump campaign

Pat Schroeder called Ronald Reagan the Teflon president. Whatever material Trump’s wearing is far more powerful; not only is nothing negative sticking, it actually...

A Trump presidency: autocracy or futility

Many people who don’t support Obama say he has been a divisive figure, and a top-down president, who imposes his belief system upon the American people. Examples given...

Pre-caucus election analysis

The primary season in Colorado has been a dud. First, there is no primary election. Second, the Republican decided back in August it wouldn’t even hold a presidential...


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