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Judd Gregg: Wherefore art thou, GOP?

Monday  17:41,   22 july 2019
thehill

The Party of Trump bears no resemblance to the Grand Old... >>>

Boris Johnson Is How Britain Ends

Monday  17:16,   22 july 2019
nytimes

LONDON — Boris Johnson, to whom lying comes as easily as breathing, is on the verge of becoming prime minister. He faces the most complex and intractable political crisis to affect Britain since 1945. That should be concerning enough. But given... >>>

The Other Case against Reparations

Monday  17:07,   22 july 2019
nationalreview

They wouldn’t work. And they would go on... >>>

What if Robert Mueller decided to tell Congress what he really thinks?

Monday  17:07,   22 july 2019
usatoday

I did not anticipate Barr's perfidious misrepresentations, maddening Democratic caution or scandalous Republican indifference. Let's clear things... >>>

Mueller holds fate of our democracy in his hands – This is ex-Marine's most important fight

Monday  17:07,   22 july 2019
foxnews

The fate of our democracy rests in his ability to persuade Congress and the country to act on the Mueller Report because the subjects of his investigation are a greater threat to us than the enemy he faced as a Marine. Mueller must make clear to... >>>

Pelosi may face new impeachment pressure with Mueller testimony

Monday  16:40,   22 july 2019
washingtonexaminer

Democrats are hoping former special counsel Robert Mueller’s July 24 testimony before Congress next week will provide the impetus needed to launch an impeachment inquiry into President Trump. Congress last week voted to table articles of impeachment >>>

Trump’s Racism Is Pushing Away the Voters He Needs in 2020

Monday  01:55,   22 july 2019
nymag

Trump needs to placate voters who love his economic record but can’t stand his conduct. He doesn’t seem to... >>>

Newt Gingrich: Trump vs. Omar, AOC and more – Why 2020 will be all about patriotism vs. racism

Sunday  05:40,   21 july 2019
foxnews

The election of 2020 will be one of the most defining elections in American history. If the left succeeds in making its “racist” charge stick, it could seal off minority voters from even considering voting for President Trump and other candidates on >>>

The G.O.P. Is Now a Personality Cult

Sunday  05:40,   21 july 2019
nytimes

The tragedy of today’s Republican Party lies partly in how far it has tumbled from its heights. This is the party of Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt. It is the party that built interstate highways, championed family planning, founded the... >>>

Send Me Back to the Country I Came From

Saturday  05:25,   20 july 2019
nytimes

He’s right, this angry old man in melting bronzer shouting in the July heat: Those of us who don’t like what’s going on in this country should get the hell out. “Go back,” as he said, to the “crime-infested places from which they came.” A fine idea. >>>

Donald Trump Will Always Go Exactly As Far As He Can

Saturday  00:35,   20 july 2019
slate

The dog whistle got too loud this week, but Trump’s walk-back doesn’t mean he didn’t mean... >>>

The Joy of Hatred

Saturday  00:21,   20 july 2019
nytimes

The chanting was disturbing and the anger was frightening, but what I noticed most about the president’s rally in Greenville, N.C., on Wednesday night was the pleasure of the crowd. His voters and supporters were having fun. The “Send her back”... >>>

Arnon Mishkin: Trump vs. Omar, AOC, Pelosi – Here's what everyone's missing

Saturday  00:10,   20 july 2019
foxnews

Unlike most politicians, President Donald Trump does not dwell on political polls – he focuses on television ratings. – It might be his Achilles Heel, or his strategic genius. At last week’s White House Social Media summit, he talked about his... >>>

In a Post-Roe World, Pro-Lifers Would Still Have a Lot of Work Left to Do

Saturday  00:01,   20 july 2019
nationalreview

While reversing the precedent would be a huge victory for the movement, it would have only a modest impact on the nationwide abortion... >>>

Safe 'third country rule' isn't actually safe for asylum seekers

Friday  17:46,   19 july 2019
thehill

The new regulation does not require the transit country to be “safe.” In fact, the word “safe” does not appear in the regulation at all. The government may be assuming that a transit country is safe simply because it is a party to an international... >>>