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FBI's Utterly Bizarre Briefing on the Baseball Shooting  

Mollie Hemingway, FederalistThe FBI gave an utterly bizarre update on its investigation into an attempt to assassinate Republican members of Congress. Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) remains in the hospital from the attempt on his life in which two police officers and a congressional staffer were also shot. The hospital upgraded his condition to “fair” and said he faces a long recovery.

2017-06-23 13:47:06
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There's Actually Good News Buried in Dems' 4 Losses  

Norm Ornstein, NY Daily NewsRonald Reagan’s favorite joke was about two young twin boys, one a congenital pessimist, the other a congenital optimist. Trying to cure them both, the father first took the pessimist into a room filled with every imaginable toy and game. The boy burst into tears: “I know you will take them all away from me, or they will break!” He then took the optimist to a room filled with horse manure and a shovel. The boy jumped on the manure and started to sho

2017-06-23 13:07:42
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Can Heitkamp Win Again in Red North Dakota?  

David Byler, RealClearPoliticsIf you were to ask nearly any political analyst or forecaster which Democratic senators are most vulnerable in 2018, Heidi Heitkamp would almost certainly be on their lists. The North Dakota lawmaker, elected by a narrow margin in 2012, has been performing a delicate balancing act: trying to work well with her co-partisans while keeping the electorate of her heavily Republican home state happy. So it’s worth asking -- when we talk about vulnerable Senate incu

2017-06-23 12:45:11
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Getting an Edge in the Long Afghan Struggle  

Petraeus & O'Hanlon, Wall Street JournalCan the U.S. succeed in Afghanistan?

2017-06-23 12:06:47
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No Tapes? Trump Has Us Through the Looking Glass  

Michael D'Antonio, CNNGiven his own tendency to underestimate opponents and Comey's track record of integrity, Donald Trump should have known better than to bluff about the existence of tapes.

2017-06-23 10:09:34
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The GOP's Unaffordable Care Act  



2017-06-23 09:57:49
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America Stumbling Into Another Decade of War  

Fareed Zakaria, Washington PostWhile we have been focused on the results of special elections, the ups and downs of the Russia investigation and President Trump’s latest tweets, under the radar, a broad and consequential shift in U.S. foreign policy appears to be underway. Put simply, the United States is stumbling into another decade of war in the greater Middle East. And this next decade of conflict might prove to be even more destabilizing than the last one.

2017-06-23 08:27:27
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Blood Money: GOP Bill Pays for Tax Cuts w/American Lives  

Senator Elizabeth WarrenI've read the Republican health care bill. This is blood money. They're paying for tax cuts with American lives. https://t.co/298DLguNiM

2017-06-23 08:14:22
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Where Are All the Missing Leftist Voters?  

Damon Linker, The WeekMaybe they're not voters at all

2017-06-23 07:30:52
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Trump's Tape Bluff: Perfectly Legal  

Alan Dershowitz, The HillOPINION We must declare an armistice against using our criminal justice system as a political weapon in what has become a zero-sum bloodsport

2017-06-23 06:32:19
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The Senate's Health Care Advance  



2017-06-23 05:39:08
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The Passing of the Pelosi Era  

Pat Buchanan, The American ConservativeIn the first round of the special election for the House seat in Georgia's Sixth District, 30-year-old Jon Ossoff swept 48 percent. He more than doubled the vote of his closest GOP rival, Karen Handel.

2017-06-23 05:29:24
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The Outlook After the Special Elections  

Michael Barone, Washington Examiner

2017-06-23 04:59:39
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The Senate GOP's Health Care Bill Really Is 'Meaner'  

Jordan Weissmann, SlateIt would be a generational disaster for Americans who need Medicaid.

2017-06-23 04:32:46
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GOP Bill Will Transform American Health Care - for the Better  

Avik Roy, ForbesThe hotly-anticipated Senate Republican health care bill came out on Thursday morning. The airwaves quickly filled up with predictable talking points from both sides. But once the dust settles, it will emerge that the Senate bill will have far-reaching effects on American health care: for the better.

2017-06-23 04:26:19
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Is the Left Also to Blame for Political Violence?  

T.A. Frank, Vanity FairThe right is often accused of creating a toxic culture of rage and delusion. But the left has been busy hatching its own problems.

2017-06-23 04:11:37
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Obamacare Has Failed. We Must Replace It  

Senator Mitch McConnell, USA TodaySeven years ago, Democrats imposed Obamacare on our country. By nearly any measure, it has failed and no amount of 11th hour reality-denying or buck-passing by Democrats is going to change the fact that more Americans are going to get hurt unless we do something.

2017-06-23 04:05:34
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FBI's Utterly Bizarre Briefing on the Baseball Shooting  

Mollie Hemingway, FederalistThe FBI gave an utterly bizarre update on its investigation into an attempt to assassinate Republican members of Congress. Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) remains in the hospital from the attempt on his life in which two police officers and a congressional staffer were also shot. The hospital upgraded his condition to “fair” and said he faces a long recovery.

2017-06-23 03:53:53
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To Win, Dems Will Do Anything Except Lay Off the Culture War  

Rich Lowry, NY PostHow much do Democrats really want to defeat President Trump? There's no doubt that Democrats want to watch TV programs that excoriate the president. They want to give money to candidates opposing hâ?¦

2017-06-23 03:49:31
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Getting an Edge in the Long Afghan Struggle  

Petraeus & O'Hanlon, Wall Street Journal

2017-06-23 03:44:07
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Democrats' Real Problem: Pelosi Is Their True Face  



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Why Democrats Can't Quit Nancy Pelosi  

Eric Bradner & Deirdre Walsh, CNNNancy Pelosi is sending a defiant message to House Democrats who are grumbling about her leadership: Come at me.

2017-06-23 03:19:04
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Despite Risk, Republicans Must Repeal Obamacare  

Susan Page, USA Today

2017-06-23 02:47:20
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Trump Hatred Doesn't Deliver Democrats Any Victories  

Fred Barnes, Weekly StandardIn April, Democrat Jon Ossoff got 48 percent of the vote in the special election to pick the new House member from Georgia's Sixth Congressional District outside Atlanta. He came in first but was forced into a runoff with Republican Karen Handel, who got 20 percent to finish second. In the runoff, Ossoff got 48 percent again and lost.How this happened is pretty simple. Ossoff needed to attract Republican voters to win. And there was a theory behind where he'd find th

2017-06-23 02:35:33
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NBC's Megyn Kelly Problem  

Sonya Saraiya, VarietyIt's still months before Megyn Kelly's new NBC daytime show is set to premiere, but it already feels like the former Fox News anchor has overstayed her welcome. Only three weeks into her

2017-06-23 02:26:44
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With Health Care Bill, the GOP Is Mounting a Historic Heist  

Eugene Robinson, WP

2017-06-23 02:21:58
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There's Actually Good News Buried in Dems' 4 Losses  

Norm Ornstein, NY Daily NewsRonald Reagan’s favorite joke was about two young twin boys, one a congenital pessimist, the other a congenital optimist. Trying to cure them both, the father first took the pessimist into a room filled with every imaginable toy and game. The boy burst into tears: “I know you will take them all away from me, or they will break!” He then took the optimist to a room filled with horse manure and a shovel. The boy jumped on the manure and started to sho

2017-06-23 02:20:54
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Parade Organizers Shouldn't Take Pride in Banning Police  



2017-06-23 01:35:46
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Who Does the FBI Work For?  

Ben Domenech, The FederalistIf you work for any extended amount of time in Washington, you are likely to meet people who work within the intelligence and law enforcement communities. You learn to recognize potential sources and those who will never be. The bad sources love to tell stories, so many stories, with at least a veneer of truth. The good sources will tell far fewer stories, but only when it’s important. But the most frequent stories you will hear, from good and bad, are stories

2017-06-22 20:25:22
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The Slippery Slope of 'Corrupt Motive' in Prosecution  

Alan Dershowitz, DC Examiner'Corrupt motive' is an extraordinarily vague and open-ended term that can be expanded or contracted at the whim of zealous or politically mo...

2017-06-22 19:16:37
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Will Robert Mueller Separate Fact From Fiction?  

David Von Drehle, TimeIn Washington, the 'first law of holes' is one of those shopworn maxims that are so familiar, they need not be spoken. It's like what you should do if you want a friend in the capital: 'Get a dog' goes without saying. But maybe things are different where Donald Trump came from. And maybe that's why he didn't know what to do when he found his young presidency in a small hole involving contacts between a few of his underlings and Russian officials.

2017-06-22 17:29:05
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Dems Don't Have a Policy Problem. It's a Marketing Problem.  

Paul Waldman, WeekDemocrats continued their 2017 run of being unable to win special elections in strongly Republican districts on Tuesday. These results have led people to ask what the Democratic Party must change if it is to take back Congress (and eventually the White House). I have what may be the most cynical answer, but one that is unavoidable: What the Democrats need is better marketing. That's really about it.

2017-06-22 16:45:29
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The Long-Term Cost of Saudi Succession Shake-Up  

Bruce Riedel, Al-MonitorThe king has now twice removed the sitting crown prince, a heretofore unprecedented move in the kingdom. Two years ago, Salman deposed his half-brother Prince Muqrin with no explanation and promoted Mohammed bin Nayef. The latest move puts Mohammed bin Salman, 31, next in line for the throne.

2017-06-22 15:20:38
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The Case for Restricting Hate Speech  

Laura Nielson, Los Angeles TimesBut these free-speech absolutists must at least acknowledge two facts. First, the right to speak already is far from absolute. Second, they are asking disadvantaged members of our society to shoulder a heavy burden with serious consequences. Because we are “free” to be hateful, members of traditionally marginalized groups suffer.

2017-06-22 13:21:54
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Mueller's Empire of Lawyers & Limitless Jurisdiction  

Andrew McCarthy, Am. GreatnessSo I’ve been wondering: Why on earth does a prosecutor, brought in to investigate a case in which there is no apparent crime, need a staff of 14 lawyers? Or, I should say, “14 lawyers and counting.” According to the press spokesman for special counsel Robert Mueller—yeah, he’s got a press spokesman, too—there are “several more in the pipeline.”

2017-06-22 12:52:46
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The Republican Party's Suburban Nightmare  

Charles Mahtesian, PoliticoSurveying the Democratic wreckage after a disastrous 1952 campaign, Robert Taft, the typically taciturn Ohio Republican senator, made a bold prediction about the opposition. “The Democratic Party,” the one-time Senate majority leader asserted, “will never win another national election until it solves the problem of the suburbs.”

2017-06-22 12:45:10
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The Health Care of Millions Depends on a Few Senators  



2017-06-22 12:44:55
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Congress Heads for a Showdown on Obamacare  

Michelle Cottle, The AtlanticAfter days and weeks of breathless anticipation, Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell is set to release a “discussion draft” of his chamber’s version of the wildly controversial (read: unpopular) AHCA. To clarify: What McConnell’s dropping is not an actual bill, with the devilish details of a plan laid out in expansive, if largely impenetrable legislatese. A discussion draft can be as specific or as vague as the leader sees fit, and vanis

2017-06-22 12:43:52
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President Trump and the Unregulating of America  



2017-06-22 12:25:22
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High Noon in North Korea: Is Trump Ready for War?  

Gordan Chang, The Daily BeastThe horrific death of Otto Warmbier looks like it forced the hand of President Trump. A day after the 22-year-old student passed away, the American leader, in what may end up as the world’s most consequential tweet, signaled that the United States will soon act on its own to disarm North Korea. “While I greatly appreciate the efforts of President Xi & China to help with North Korea, it has not worked out,” Trump tweeted Tuesday afternoon. “At

2017-06-22 11:33:20
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Democrats' Georgia Gut Punch  

Molly Ball, The AtlanticAround midnight, hours after their candidate conceded he had lost the Most Important Special Election in History, the last remaining supporters of Jon Ossoff took over the stage where he had recently stood. One of them waved a bottle of vodka in the air. Together, they took up the time-honored leftist chant: “This is what democracy looks like!” Sometimes, this is indeed what democracy looks like: you get outvoted

2017-06-22 10:53:11
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Republicans Won on Tuesday. But Trump Didn't.  

E.J. Dionne, Washington PostWhat we learned from Tuesday's special congressional election in Georgia is that there is no magical solution to the country's Trump problem. This will be a long fight. Karen Handel's victory over Democrat Jon Ossoff was not an endorsement of the president. It was a personal and party success achieved despite him

2017-06-22 08:46:44
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Great Again: Never-Trumps Are Becoming Uneasy  

Conrad Black, American SpectatorOne of the straws in the wind that indicates that the Never-Trumpers are becoming uneasy, as they are cantilevered out over the Grand Canyon while they try to attach credence to bad fairy tales about collusion and obstruction and unctuously incite thoughts of impeachment, is that some of the more sane commentators are asking for silence from the president’s twitter account. The claim is that the president has only himself to blame for his feelings of a &ldq

2017-06-22 08:39:09
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Republicans Undefeated--& They Haven't Even Cut Taxes Yet  

James Freeman, WSJGeorgia’s Karen Handel pins another defeat on the anti-Trump left.

2017-06-22 08:28:34
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Why the White House Is Reading Greek History  

Michael Crowley, PoliticoThe Trump White House isn’t known as a hot spot for Ivy League intellectuals. But last month, a Harvard academic slipped into the White House complex for an unusual meeting. Graham Allison, an avuncular foreign policy thinker who served under Reagan and Clinton, was paying a visit to the Trump National Security Council, where he briefed a group of staffers on one of history’s most studied conflicts—a brutal war waged nearly 2,500 years ago, one whose l

2017-06-22 08:24:20
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What the Watergate Committee Taught Me  

Lowell Weicker, New York TimesForty-five years ago this month, a security guard named Frank Wills noticed some tape over a door lock at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate Complex in Washington. What Mr. Wills set in motion when he raised the alarm that led to the arrest of the Watergate burglars had huge consequences for our nation.

2017-06-22 08:06:50
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Left-Wing Politics Will Be the Demise of the Dems  

Shermichael Singleton, The HillProgressivism is ruining the Democratic Party. It will be interesting to watch how much damage it will do to the brand before the party recognizes that progressivism doesn’t resonate with the American people, not now, nor will it in 2018 and beyond.

2017-06-22 07:39:20
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China Leapfrogs U.S. in Critical Strategic Technology  

David Goldman, PJ MediaThe year's most important news story probably never made it into your news feed. Nonetheless it might change your life forever. For the first time, China has demonstrated that it is far ahead of the United States in a critical new technology, namely quantum communications. A Chinese satellite succeeded in transmitting so-called entangled photons to earth stations. That's the high-tech equivalent of sending a message in undeveloped photographic film: If you try to read it,

2017-06-22 07:19:09
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Can McConnell Defuse Ticking Obamacare Time Bomb?  

James Antle, DC ExaminerPresident Trump once compared Obamacare to a ticking time bomb, suggesting his predecessor set it to detonate after he left office. Congressional Republicans have certainly found that analogy apt when it comes to disassembling the healthcare law. Untangling its complicated web of subsidies and mandates is like deciding whether to cut the blue wire or the yellow wire. Every move you make could blow up in your face.

2017-06-22 06:42:41
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Kamala Harris Was Silenced. Then She Silenced Us.  

Hirsi Ali & Nomani, NY TimesLast week, Senator Kamala Harris, a Democrat from California, made headlines when Republican senators interrupted her at a hearing of the Senate Intelligence Committee while she interrogated Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The clip of the exchange went viral; journalists, politicians and everyday Americans debated what the shushing signified about our still sexist culture.

2017-06-22 06:36:36
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Some People Hate Trump. More People Hate Liberals.  

Rick Moran, American ThinkerThe Karen Handel victory in the Georgia 6th District special election repeats a pattern depressingly familiar to the left. There have been four special congressional elections since the hated Trump took office, and Democrats have lost all four. In each contest, the left predicted victory – largely based on what they perceived was hatred of President Trump by ordinary Americans, which would generate "enthusiasm" for the Democrat candidate and drive people in o

2017-06-22 06:34:31
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Dems Seek Lessons, Direction After Special Election Losses  

Caitlin Huey-Burns, RCPDonald Trump's presidency has galvanized Democrats in a way their own leaders have been unable to do, a phenomenon that masked persistent party divisions. But four straight special election losses, culminating Tuesday in Georgia's 6th Congressional District, have again exposed those fracture lines and other flaws. As Democrats pick up the pieces ahead of next year’s midterms, they’re largely in agreement that the party needs a sharper economic message and st

2017-06-22 06:31:13
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Good Riddance to the Russia Myth--Blame Team Obama for Promoting It  



2017-06-22 06:20:23
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The Bad Day for the Democrats  



2017-06-22 04:55:56
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Saving Chief Wahoo  

Daniel Henninger, Wall Street JournalThe Supreme Court’s breathtaking defense of the bedrock principle of freedom to speak.

2017-06-22 04:22:22
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A Call to Revive America's Political Center  

Morton Kondracke, RealClearPoliticsBefore our savagely polarized country rips itself apart with violent language and violent deeds, it’s time for the nation’s adult leaders to rally and fortify the political center. I’m not talking about national Republican and Democratic leaders. They’re hopeless. They’re momentarily talking up bipartisan unity after the near-massacre of the congressional GOP baseball team last week. But otherwise they’re doing everything on

2017-06-22 04:22:08
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GOP Fumbles on Healthcare  

Juan Williams, The HillOPINION: The Republican attempt to replace ObamaCare could bring political disaster.

2017-06-22 04:20:36
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Is U.S. Childhood Creating an Authoritarian Society?  

Pratik Chougule, Am ConservativeAmerican childhood has taken an authoritarian turn. An array of trends in American society are conspiring to produce unprecedented levels of supervision and control over children’s lives. Tracing the effects of childrearing on broad social outcomes is an exercise in speculation. But if social scientists are correct to posit a connection between childrearing and long-term political outcomes, today’s restrictive childhood norms may portend a broader reg

2017-06-22 04:12:43
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Silicon Valley Is Eating the World  

Arwa Mahdawi, The Guardian

2017-06-22 04:11:51
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The Slippery Slope of 'Corrupt Motive' in Prosecution  

Alan Dershowitz, DC Examiner'Corrupt motive' is an extraordinarily vague and open-ended term that can be expanded or contracted at the whim of zealous or politically mo...

2017-06-22 04:11:03
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Why Handel's Win Isn't a Disaster for Democrats  

David Wasserman, Cook Political RptIt's a devastating psychological blow for a party to spend over $30 million on a House special election and still lose. For Democrats, Jon Ossoff's defeat to Karen Handel stings, and the blame game is already raging: "Why did Ossoff run such a bland campaign? Why didn't he take a sledgehammer to Trump and the AHCA? Don't Democrats need to recruit little league coaches with deeper ties to their communities?"

2017-06-22 03:40:53
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The Insidious Influence of the SPLC  

Jeryl Bier, Wall Street JournalIts branding of ‘hate groups’ and individuals is biased, sometimes false—and feeds polarization.

2017-06-22 03:40:47
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GA Vote Says More About Trump Now Than House in '18  

Byron York, DC ExaminerThe Georgia 6th District results don't tell us what will happen in 2018. But they do tell us what is happening right now. In a conversation two weeks before the GA06 election, a Republican strategist involved in the fight mused on the possibility that all the money spent, all the doors knocked, all the phones called, all the accusations hurled -- that it might mean nothing when it comes to the crucial question of who will win control of the House of Representatives in 201

2017-06-22 03:28:42
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Dueling Realities for Dems: Big Gains But Large Obstacles in 2018  

Nate Cohn, NYTThis year's generally positive special elections results for Democrats are still a reminder that it will be difficult to win in G.O.P. territory next year.

2017-06-22 02:54:23
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What the Watergate Committee Taught Me  

Lowell Weicker, New York TimesForty-five years ago this month, a security guard named Frank Wills noticed some tape over a door lock at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate Complex in Washington. What Mr. Wills set in motion when he raised the alarm that led to the arrest of the Watergate burglars had huge consequences for our nation.

2017-06-22 02:30:37
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Dems Said GA Was a Referendum on Trump. They're Right  

Newt Gingrich, FOX NewsEver since Donald Trump won the presidency, liberals have comforted themselves by saying it was all a mistake. They assume he is foolish, self-indulgent, and incompetent.

2017-06-22 01:46:20
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Obamacare Is Collapsing, and It's Not Republicans' Fault  

David Harsanyi, FederalistAs Obamacare continues its slow-motion collapse, liberals have latched onto a talking point: accusing Republicans of “sabotaging” the law by creating “uncertainty.” Nearly every elected Democrat, every major media outlet, and every liberal pundit has used the word to deflect attention from the unsustainability of the law.

2017-06-22 01:13:04
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Dispute Shows Importance of Intellectual Property Rights  

Boyden Gray, RCPolicyLegal protections for intellectual property (IP), undergirded by the U.S. Constitution, are a major reason why our economy has led the world over the past century. But that historical legacy cannot be taken for granted. A high-profile lawsuit between leading U.S. and European life sciences companies illustrates some of the dangers.

2017-06-22 01:11:45
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Congress & Obama Depleted the Military  

Dick Cheney & Rep. Liz Cheney, Wall St. JournalThe Trump budget would increase spending only 3%. With today’s threats, that’s not nearly enough.

2017-06-21 21:41:25
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How'd That Referendum on Trump Work Out?  

Monica Showalter, American ThinkerThe special election in the 6th District of Georgia was universally billed "a high-stakes referendum on Trump" in all the much hyped build-up coming from the left and its media allies. Not a local election, not a fluke election. A moment-of-truth Referendum on Trump. After all, weren't President Trump's poll numbers down? Didn't the "resistance" put on a mega-protest show and continue its tantrum in all the days-of-rage riots on college campuses? Wasn't Pre

2017-06-21 19:37:31
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Five Takeaways From Tuesday's Special Elections  

Sean Trende, RealClearPoliticsLast night, the political world was glued to computer and television screens in a manner reminiscent of a general election, to watch returns filter in from a previously obscure congressional district in Atlanta’s northern suburbs. Democrats had high hopes that they could capture the open congressional seat previously held by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price. But Republican Karen Handel defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff by a surprisingly large margin

2017-06-21 19:14:26
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A Reality Check for Democrats  

John Cassidy, The New YorkerThe Democrats wanted a victory in Georgia. Instead, they'll get a debate about the future of the Party.

2017-06-21 16:51:06
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Republicans Will Learn Wrong Lessons From Victories  

Jason Sattler, USA TodayDonald Trump may be the most scandal-engulfed and least popular new president in the history of polling, but that’s not enough to stop Republicans from voting like Republicans. At least, not yet.

2017-06-21 16:06:18
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Megyn Kelly's Spectacular Flop Into NBC Spotlight  

Kathryn Blackhurst, LifeZetteOnly two interviews into the inaugural run of NBC News' Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly, the former rising star and Fox News host is being walloped by criticism from all corners. Kelly's interview with right-wing provocateur and occasional conspiracy theorist Alex Jones of InfoWars was engulfed in controversy before it even aired Sunday. The announcement that Kelly would be giving a platform to Jones, who once promoted the idea that the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary Scho

2017-06-21 13:31:44
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The FBI Is America's Best Hope Against Trump  

Dara Lind, VoxLet’s start by acknowledging something that’s become extremely clear: If anything within Donald Trump’s government brings him down, it’s going to be the FBI. Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey sparked not only a revolt within the organization (and a resulting cascade of leaks about the investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia); it appears to have placed the president himself under investigation for obstruction of justice.

2017-06-21 13:18:48
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The Double Murder of Otto Warmbier  

Michelle Malkin, TownhallWe may never know what brutal torture and malign neglect American student Otto Warmbier suffered at the hands of North Korea's dictatorship before losing his life this week at the age of 22. But it wasn't the first time the free-spirited Ohio native died. More than a year before succumbing to the unknown illness or injury that left him in a coma thousands of miles away from home, Otto Warmbier's own countrymen murdered his reputation. His character. His humanity.

2017-06-21 13:13:14
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Behind Risch's Defense of Trump in Senate Russia Probe  

James Arkin, RCPAt the blockbuster Senate Intelligence Committee hearing featuring the televised testimony of former FBI Director James Comey earlier this month, the honor of opening statements and initial questioning went to the panel’s chairman and vice chairman. The next senator to have the floor wasn’t Marco Rubio, the former presidential candidate -- or Tom Cotton, the freshman senator with the outsize national profile. And it wasn’t either member of Republican leadershi

2017-06-21 11:47:30
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Amazon Bites Off Even More Monopoly Power  

Lina Khan, New York TimesAmazon on Friday announced plans to acquire Whole Foods, the high-end grocer. If approved by antitrust enforcers, the $13.7 billion deal would give Amazon control of more than 400 stores, an extensive supply chain and a new source of consumer data.

2017-06-21 11:25:32
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Democrats, Don't Lose Your Cool Over Georgia Vote  

Jen Psaki, CNNGOP will be buoyed by the win, but party faces serious disapproval over health care. Democrats have a lot left to fight for, says Jen Psaki.

2017-06-21 10:59:34
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Trump's Businesses Aren't a Violation of Constitution  

Danny Cevallos, CNNDanny Cevallos: The new Emoluments Clause lawsuit filed by Maryland and DC should be dismissed, because Trump's companies most likely don't violate the Constitution.

2017-06-21 09:40:24
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Watergate Comparison Best Fits Obama Administration  

Claudine Feledick, FederalistYou cannot turn on a news program lately without a pundit comparing the Trump administration to the Watergate scandal. Most of us remember Watergate as the scandal that took down President Nixon. Deeper analysis of the events of Watergate reveals a government that spied on its citizens.

2017-06-21 08:35:14
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How to Deal With North Korea  

Mark Bowden, The AtlanticThirty minutes. That’s about how long it would take a nuclear-tipped intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) launched from North Korea to reach Los Angeles. With the powers in Pyongyang working doggedly toward making this possible—building an ICBM and shrinking a nuke to fit on it—analysts now predict that Kim Jong Un will have the capability before Donald Trump completes one four-year term.

2017-06-21 08:04:36
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There's Method in Jim Mattis  



2017-06-21 06:57:25
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What Was on the Teleprompter at CBS News?  

James Freeman, Wall Street JournalWhat was on the teleprompter at CBS News?

2017-06-21 06:35:38
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What Donald Trump and Sean Spicer Can Learn From Al Franken  

Ezra Klein, VoxThe rumor du jour is that Donald Trump is promoting/demoting Sean Spicer to communications director and looking for a new press secretary. This follows the abrupt resignation of Trump’s previous communications director, myriad leaks that Trump is unhappy with Spicer’s public performances, and a general air of disrespect for Spicer and the operation he runs around both the White House and Washington.

2017-06-21 06:26:51
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Behind the Dems' Emoluments Lawsuit Against Trump  

Jeffrey Toobin, The New YorkerThe nerd caucus of the United States Senate is currently headed by Richard Blumenthal, the Connecticut Democrat, who clerked for Justice Harry Blackmun on the Supreme Court before serving for two decades as his state’s attorney general. (Other members of the group include Mike Lee, of Utah, who clerked for Samuel Alito before he was appointed to the Supreme Court, and Ted Cruz, a law clerk for William Rehnquist, who aspires to greater political heights than c

2017-06-21 06:14:52
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Warmbier, Moral Perversion, and the Social Justice Left  

Noah Rothman, Commentary

2017-06-21 05:05:39
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A Special Counsel for Team Obama's Obstruction of Justice  

Paul Sperry, NY PostBy using fired FBI Director James Comey to attack the new Republican administration, Democrats have opened up a legal can of worms for the Obama administration. Under sworn questioning, Comey has vâ?¦

2017-06-21 04:01:31
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45 Years After Watergate, We're Back in the Same Kind of Mess  

Julian Zelizer, CNNOn the anniversary of the break-in to the Democratic National Headquarters that started the Watergate scandal on June 17, 1972, the nation finds itself once again in an explosive situation revolving around the potential abuse of power by a commander in chief, writes Julian Zelizer

2017-06-21 03:59:37
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Anatomy of a Witch Hunt  

Holman Jenkins, Wall Street Journal

2017-06-21 03:57:04
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At What Point Does Politics-as-Usual Become Unconstitutional?  



2017-06-21 03:50:34
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Is North Carolina the Future of American Politics?  

Jason Zengerle, NY Times MagazineOn the last Thursday in March, the air horns returned to the governor’s mansion in Raleigh, N.C. There were about 75 of them, and they belonged to the Air Horn Orchestra, an ad hoc ensemble of liberal activists. In 2016 the orchestra gathered once a week for 30 consecutive weeks, beginning right after North Carolina’s Republican-dominated General Assembly passed — and the Republican governor Pat McCrory signed into law — House Bill 2, whi

2017-06-21 03:39:45
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How the Democrats Can Take Back Congress  

Reed & Emanuel, The AtlanticDonald Trump is a historically unpopular president, and Republicans in Congress are pushing through a remarkably unpopular agenda. Under such auspicious circumstances, it’s only natural for ardent Democrats to feel energized and empowered. Some see 2018 as their own Tea Party moment to sweep even the bluest of candidates to victory in the reddest of districts. It looks like an election Democrats can’t lose—the sort Americans haven’t seen since

2017-06-21 03:38:37
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How McConnell Weaponized Our Shortened Attention Span  

Jordan Weissmann, SlateMitch McConnell is winning, yet again.

2017-06-21 03:30:06
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Silicon Valley Is Eating the World  

Arwa Mahdawi, The Guardian

2017-06-21 03:26:50
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DeVos Should Stick to the Rules on For-Profit Colleges  



2017-06-21 03:21:06
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After Georgia Election, Dems Are Demoralized, Again  

Frank Bruni, New York TimesMake no mistake: Democrats were swimming against the current in Georgia. The House seat that their sights were on had been safely in Republican hands for nearly four decades. Georgia’s Sixth District is purple only if you scrunch your eyes just so. If you un-scrunch them and look at it honestly, it’s red.

2017-06-21 03:02:38
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Big Win for Trump, Devastating Loss for Democrats  

Ed Rogers, Washington PostThe buzz in Washington surrounding the race for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District was all bad for the last couple of weeks. People had been bad-mouthing the Republican candidate, Karen Handel, they had been insulting the Republican National Committee’s competence and they had been dismissing any notion that Republicans could pull through to defeat the energized “resistance.” But the ashen, sour and dejected faces on CNN Tuesday night followin

2017-06-21 02:20:26
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Trump-Obsessed Media Ignore Obama Admin Scandals  



2017-06-21 02:12:33
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Questions Republicans Need to Ask Mueller  

Angelo Codevilla, American GreatnessEditor's Note: The following is a memo crafted by the author as it ought to be written to Special Counsel, Robert Mueller from the two Judiciary Committee chairmen in Congress. If only . . .From: Charles Grassley - Chairman, Senate Judiciary Committee

2017-06-21 02:04:03
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