Bruce Fein

Hillary Clinton exhibits an appalling enthusiasm for United States wars not in self-defense, i.e., legalized murders on an industrial scale that create enemies while destroying our liberties and prosperity at home.
The spark of the American Revolution was the right to be let alone, "the most comprehensive of rights and the most valued by civilized men," according to Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis.
There may be more uninformed or misleading detractors of Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky) and the impending expiration of section 215 of the Patriot Act than Andrew C. McCarthy, but if there are, they do not readily come to mind.
Senator Rand Paul is like Horatius at the bridge standing against the serial vandalizing of the Constitution by the President of the United States and his myrmidons at the Department of Justice.
The United States owes a fiduciary duty to Native American Indian Tribes. Yet the federal Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB) seems unalterably bent on the regulatory crippling or destruction of hard-earned Indian self-sufficiency achieved through Internet commerce.
Humanitarian military interventions are prohibited under the United Nations Charter, Article 2(4) and (7), and constitute the crime of aggression. In practice, the doctrine would encourage chronic attacks by the strong to pulverize the weak.
Article I, section 8, clause 3 of the United States Constitution empowers Congress exclusively "To regulate commerce with the Indian tribes." States are ousted from jurisdiction for good reason. They have often been the deadliest enemies of Native Americans.
American Exceptionalism is not dead. Hope springs eternal. The very fact that President Putin could publish his criticism of America in The New York Times shows American Exceptionalism is alive.
If you're a talk-radio host and you feed on infotainment, you pretty much have to cover the topics people will talk about because you want people to... talk. But that doesn't mean you have to embrace bigots.