Author: Terence Jeffrey

Terence P. Jeffrey is editor-in-chief of the conservative US Internet news service CNSNews.com, a position he assumed in September 2007. He became Editor of Human Events, a national conservative weekly in the United States, in 1996.

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(Getty Images/Chris Graythen) "That the conduct of England with regard to America has been altogether unjustifiable." This was the resolution the Debating Society at Marlborough College — the British prep school later attended by the current Duchess of Cambridge — took up on Oct. 23, 1865. Edward H. Moeran argued against the proposition and won — with 18 judges voting for him and only 8 voting against. Fortunately, he was not as persuasive when he later tried to

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi congratulates incoming Chair of the House Oversight Committee, the late Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) and his wife Maya Rockeymoore during a ceremonial swearing-in at the start of the 116th Congress on January 3, 2019. (Photo by Alex Edelman/AFP via Getty Images) If you read the text of the continuing resolution the House passed Tuesday to fund the federal government for a month, you will find an interesting passage on page 4. "Notwithstanding

President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Secretary Hillary Clinton mark the return to the U.S. of the remains of the four Americans killed in an attack in Benghazi, Libya, on September 14, 2012. (Photo by JEWEL SAMAD/AFP via Getty Images) "We came. We saw. He died." So said then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton when she learned that Libyan rebels had killed Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi. Gadhafi and his regime were brought down by an insurrection that then-President

(Getty Images/Chris Graythen) "That the conduct of England with regard to America has been altogether unjustifiable." This was the resolution the Debating Society at Marlborough College — the British prep school later attended by the current Duchess of Cambridge — took up on Oct. 23, 1865. Edward H. Moeran argued against the proposition and won — with 18 judges voting for him and only 8 voting against. Fortunately, he was not as persuasive when he later tried to