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Trump's Triumph of Incompetence  

Nicholas Kristof, New York TimesThe Trump administration is increasingly showing itself to be breathtakingly incompetent, and that’s the real lesson of the collapse of the G.O.P. health care bill. The administration proved unable to organize its way out of a paper bag: After seven years of Republicans’ publicly loathing Obamacare, their repeal-replace bill failed after 18 days.

2017-03-25 13:17:31
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Schumer Threatens Filibuster, & Republicans Should Call Him on It  



2017-03-25 13:05:24
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Devin Nunes Has Jeopardized the Oversight Role of Congress  

Carl Levin, The HillCongress — as one of three branches in the essential architecture of our separation of powers — has a constitutional responsibility to oversee the executive branch, regardless of who is president. The judicious exercise of that responsibility is critical to the health of this nation. Congressman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), in whom many placed their hopes of a bipartisan, fact-based investigation, has defaced those basic constitutional principles, and it is not certai

2017-03-25 12:25:24
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How Does This Happen? An Indictment of GOP Leadership  

Ben Domenech, Federalist“Republicans streaming out of the House GOP conference meeting on Friday afternoon told reporters that the legislative effort was dead and that leaders were moving on to other agenda items, such as tax reform. During a news conference at the Capitol, House Speaker Paul Ryan attributed the setback to Republicans’ newfound status as a governing party. “We’re feeling those growing pains today,” the Wisconsin Republican said. “We came up s

2017-03-25 12:19:02
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Movie Man: Robert Osborne, 1932-2017  

Matthew Continetti, Washington Free BeaconWhat is a conservative? Hard to say these days, especially when discussing politics. But the mission of a cultural conservative endures: to save the best that has been thought, said, written, composed, photographed. And made into motion pictures.

2017-03-25 11:41:07
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The Biggest Broken Promise in Political History  

Philip Klein, Washington ExaminerBroken promises are as old as politics itself, and there are many famous examples of them in modern history. President George H.W. Bush's "read my lips, no new taxes" pledge comes immediately to mind, as does President Bill Clinton reneging on his middle-class tax cut, and President Barack Obama never closing Guantanamo Bay. But in each of those cases, those were promises that were made in a given campaign by a given politician. The promise of Obamacare repeal i

2017-03-25 11:36:40
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The Real Immigration Debate: Who to Let In and Why  

Mark Krikorian, Wall St. JournalToday's bitter debate focuses too narrowly on enforcement. All sides need to be clearer about what immigration policy is meant to achieve.

2017-03-25 11:22:30
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What Should Replace Strategic Patience With North Korea  



2017-03-25 10:34:36
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Yes, Democrats Should Filibuster Gorsuch  

James Downie, Washington PostThe Republican theft of the Supreme Court proceeded apace this week. By any rational measure, we should be in the middle of Merrick Garland’s first year on the Supreme Court. Republicans’ unprecedented refusal to even give Garland a confirmation hearing would be reason enough for Democrats to filibuster President Trump’s nominee, Neil Gorsuch. But even if circumstances were normal, Democrats should be eager to filibuster Gorsuch anyway. Judge Gorsu

2017-03-25 10:19:26
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Obamacare Gets New Lease on Life  

Sullivan & Hellmann, The HillObamaCare has a new lease on life after House Republicans abruptly pulled their bill to repeal the law and said they are moving on to other issues. It was a striking reversal of fortune for the healthcare reform law, which Republicans have been vowing to repeal ever since it passed.

2017-03-25 08:35:20
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Democrats Have a Gorsuch Problem  

Albert Hunt, BloombergNeil Gorsuch will have the support of all 52 Senate Republicans for confirmation to the Supreme Court. He also could win the votes of a half-dozen or so Democrats, and therein lies a problem for that party. Unlike President Donald Trump's budget or the Republican health-care plan, which are so flawed that it's easy for all Democrats to oppose them, backing Gorsuch may have some political appeal for Democrats from conservative states. That has inflamed left-wing activists,

2017-03-25 08:26:24
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Failure of the Health Care Bill Reveals a Party Unready to Govern  

Ezra Klein, VoxLet’s be clear about what happened here. The American Health Care Act failed because it was a terrible piece of legislation. It would have thrown 24 million people off insurance and raised deductibles for millions more — and the savings would’ve gone to pay for tax cuts for millionaires. It broke virtually all of Donald Trump’s campaign promises, and was opposed not just by Democrats but also by Republicans.

2017-03-25 07:39:42
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A Survival Guide for Our Nation  

Christine Emba, Washington PostIn “The Benedict Option,” a much-discussed new book describing itself as “a strategy for Christians in a post-Christian nation,” author Rod Dreher explores the implications of the cascade of Americans leaving organized religion — the number of religiously non-affiliatedclimbed to 23 percent in 2014 from 16 percent in 2007 — and the squeezing out of traditionally minded Christians from public life.

2017-03-25 06:57:25
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Democrats Are the Birthers Now  

Wayne Allyn Root, American Thinker

2017-03-25 05:17:21
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Trump: 'We Learned a Lot' From Health Care Debacle  

Alexis Simendinger, RCPDonald Trump campaigned to repeal and replace Obamacare in his first 100 days in the White House. He boasted of wielding a businessman’s negotiating skills alongside a determined GOP commitment to upend the old ways of Washington with conservative governance. But on Friday, his 64th day as president, Trump swallowed his first legislative defeat, after House Republicans balked at passing a health care measure they came to view as flawed and too politically radioacti

2017-03-25 05:12:50
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The TrumpRyanCare Debacle  



2017-03-25 04:56:57
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Trump's Top Generals Ask Congress to Join the War on Terror  



2017-03-25 04:42:36
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Trump and Ryan Lose Big  

Frank Bruni, New York TimesLast week proved that this had all been an emotional and theatrical exercise, not a substantive one. The ball was in their hands, and they had no coherent playbook. No real play. They scurried around the Capitol with their chests deflated and their tails between their legs.

2017-03-25 03:51:44
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A Mea Culpa for Those Blaming Trump for Anti-Semitism?  

David Harsanyi, FederalistOver the past few months, Americans from across the country have been terrorized by bomb threats against Jewish Community Centers and other religious institutions. For those unfamiliar with them, JCCs are important institutions in Jewish communities, providing childcare, education, arts, sports, and spurring quite a bit of civic engagement in their neighborhoods.

2017-03-25 03:50:29
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Republicans Fold After Years of Vowing Obamacare Repeal  

Russell Berman, AtlanticOn Friday, those lawmakers abandoned that effort, conceding that the Republican Party’s core campaign pledge of the last seven years will go unfulfilled. “I will not sugarcoat this: This is a disappointing day for us,” House Speaker Paul Ryan said at a press conference after he informed Republicans that he was ditching the American Health Care Act.

2017-03-25 03:46:25
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Running Out of Arguments, Gorsuch Critics Scream 'Sexist'  

Cathy Young, The HillThey believe, with some justification, that a Supreme Court seat was stolen from them when Republicans in Congress explicitly chose to stall the nomination of Judge Merrick Garland for nearly a year to wait out the election. They also believe that, despite Judge Gorsuch’s excellent qualifications, his judicial philosophy which emphasizes following the intent of the law even if leads to an undesirable outcome is at odds with true justice, especially for the disadvantag

2017-03-25 01:11:33
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High Anxiety Over Health-Care Reform  

Peggy Noonan, Wall Street JournalObamaCare proved to be a catastrophic victory. The Republican plan had the makings of another one.

2017-03-25 01:10:34
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Betsy DeVos's 'School Choice' Fallacy  

Graham Vyse, The New RepublicAs Senator Patty Murray tells it, Luke was a middle-school boy who used a private school voucher program to attend Manatee Learning Academy in Bradenton, Florida. He did well at Manatee, but when he tried to switch schools for tenth grade, he realized his credits wouldn’t transfer since Manatee—unbeknownst to him and his family—lacked accreditation.

2017-03-25 01:01:32
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In Feinstein vs. Gorsuch, Originalism Wins  

Ben Boychuk, Sacramento BeeNeil Gorsuch is no Robert Borkâ??to the great chagrin of the Senate Democrats who are trying to block his confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court. Thirty years ago, Senate Democrats derailed Bork's nomination, claiming the judge's judicial philosophy of judicial restraint was well beyond the mainstream. Today, Democrats are looking for any reason at all &

2017-03-24 18:03:41
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Betsy DeVos's "School Choice" Fallacy  

Graham Vyse, The New RepublicAs Senator Patty Murray tells it, Luke was a middle-school boy who used a private school voucher program to attend Manatee Learning Academy in Bradenton, Florida. He did well at Manatee, but when he tried to switch schools for tenth grade, he realized his credits wouldn’t transfer since Manatee—unbeknownst to him and his family—lacked accreditation.

2017-03-24 16:16:12
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Is Political Gravity Finally Sinking Donald Trump?  

Andrew Sullivan, New York MagazineIs he waving or drowning? Swimming or sinking?

2017-03-24 15:56:38
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The Problems With Originalism  

Ken Levy, New York TimesOriginalism is just one of the theories that Judge Gorsuch shares with the late Justice Antonin Scalia; another is its closely related cousin, textualism. Textualism says that when interpreting the Constitution, judges should confine themselves to the words of the Constitution. Originalism says that if the words are at all unclear, then judges need to consult historical sources to determine their meaning at the time of ratification, and the correct application of these w

2017-03-24 15:34:42
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Trump the Destroyer  

Matt Taibbi, Rolling StoneIt's like the campaign never ended. It's the same all-Trump, all-the-time madness, only exponentially worse. Morning, February 24th, National Harbor, Maryland, the Conservative Political Action Conference. Chin up, eyes asquint, Donald Trump floats to the lectern on a sea of applause and adulation. The building is shaking, and as fans howl his name – Trump! Trump! Trump! – he looks pleased and satisfied, like a Roman emperor who has just moved his bowels.

2017-03-24 13:47:55
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Sand in the Gears: The Caucus That Says No  

Fred Barnes, Weekly StandardBefore Republicans captured Washington, the unyielding conservatives in the House Freedom Caucus were a nuisance. Now, with the GOP in control of the House, Senate, and White House, they're a roadblock to success.There's a simple reason for this: They insist on what cannot be achieved. Anything short of that, such as the bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, triggers fierce opposition by the group's thirty or so members. And if they stick together, they can prevent R

2017-03-24 13:24:11
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What Republicans Don't Get About Health Care  

Adam Davidson, The New YorkerA few years ago, a relative of mine, an electrician who made a good living laying cable alongside highways, told me that his economic future depended on one thing: his back. He saw what happened to older guys—he meant men in their late thirties—when the pain became unbearable. They either became supervisors or they had to quit. At the time, my relative was about to turn thirty himself, and I remember him saying, “My back is killing me.”

2017-03-24 13:14:09
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Liberals Prefer Illegal Aliens Over Your Kids  

Derek Hunter, TownhallA few weeks ago in this space I asked a simple question: How many victims of illegal alien crime will be enough to make Democrats and the media care about illegal alien crime? The answer was simple – there is no number. They’ll never care because they’ve hitched their fate to the prospect of legalizing illegals and winning their votes. But the problem they back-burner for political gain still smolders, and last week it claimed another victim…all in

2017-03-24 12:01:24
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Did Obama Surveil Trump? Sure Looks That Way  



2017-03-24 11:48:41
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Repeal Obamacare. Now.  

Lanhee Chen, FOX NewsIn a last-minute bid to ensure the success of the American Health Care Act, Republican congressional leaders and the Trump Administration are close to an agreement that would repeal one of Obamacare’s most significant regulations, its “essential health benefits” requirement. This should be welcome news for conservatives seeking repeal of the law, but it’s even better news for consumers looking for lower health insurance premiums.

2017-03-24 11:44:15
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Rep. Nunes Is a Lapdog in a Watchdog Role  



2017-03-24 09:47:02
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The Freedom-From-Reality Caucus  



2017-03-24 09:30:37
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Pass Health Bill or Obamacare Stays, Trump Tells Republicans  

Davis & Pear, NYTPresident Trump issued an ultimatum on Thursday to recalcitrant Republicans to fall in line behind a broad health insurance overhaul or see their opportunity to repeal the Affordable Care Act vanish, demanding a Friday vote on a bill that appeared to lack a majority to pass.

2017-03-24 08:49:28
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A Health-Care Test We're Hoping Republicans Will Flunk  



2017-03-24 08:07:48
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Trump Was Right After All About Obama Admin Wiretaps  

Jonathan Turley, The HillOn the 40th anniversary of the publication of The Shining, Stephen King must be wondering if Washington is working on its own sequel. For the last couple months, Washington has been on edge, like we are all trapped in Overlook Hotel with every day bringing a new “jump scare,” often preceded by a telltale tweet. Indeed, a Twitter whistle has replaced suspenseful music to put the entire city on the edge of their seats.

2017-03-24 07:39:20
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Gorsuch's Views on Women Disqualify Him  

Nan Aron, Huffington PostOn January 21, 2017, over four million people marched in more than 600 U.S. cities and over 80 countries across the world to express growing alarm over the persistent inequality and increased hostility faced by women. The Women’s March, in some ways, was a direct response to the election of Donald Trump, a man who has bragged about sexually assaulting women and has made so many degrading comments about women that it is impossible to include them all here. At a tim

2017-03-24 07:35:57
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Running Out of Arguments, Gorsuch Critics Scream "Sexist"  

Cathy Young, The HillThey believe, with some justification, that a Supreme Court seat was stolen from them when Republicans in Congress explicitly chose to stall the nomination of Judge Merrick Garland for nearly a year to wait out the election. They also believe that, despite Judge Gorsuch’s excellent qualifications, his judicial philosophy which emphasizes following the intent of the law even if leads to an undesirable outcome is at odds with true justice, especially for the disadvantag

2017-03-24 07:27:20
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North Korea Is Trump's Nuclear Rubik's Cube  

Richard Patterson, Boston GlobeNorth Korea is the world’s most secretive country — and the strangest. Starvation is rampant; torture and execution commonplace, inflicted by a single family that perpetuates a cult of personality. Its leader, Kim Jong Un, displays the lethal paranoia of dictators: he has murdered numerous top officials and family members, most recently his half-brother, dispatched at a Malaysian airport as a public warning. And his nuclear arsenal could decimate Japan

2017-03-24 06:19:24
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Trump Has No Good Options On Health Care  

Nate Silver, FiveThirtyEight

2017-03-24 05:30:39
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Did Obama Abuse Raw Intelligence?  

Peter Hoekstra, Wall Street JournalI couldn't have seen those transcripts when I led the House intel committee.

2017-03-24 05:13:03
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One More Good Reason to Repeal ObamaCare. Now  

Lanhee Chen, FOX NewsIn a last-minute bid to ensure the success of the American Health Care Act, Republican congressional leaders and the Trump Administration have backed a provision that would repeal one of ObamaCare's most significant regulations, its essential health benefits requirement.

2017-03-24 04:51:59
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Here's How 51 Senators Can Reduce Premiums  

Avik Roy, Wall Street JournalThe secret to repealing ObamaCare's regulations through reconciliation is buried in the Ryan bill.

2017-03-24 04:42:47
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Our Nation's Immune System at Work  

Charles Krauthammer, New York Daily NewsLet me explain. Donald Trump’s triumph last year was based on a frontal attack on the Washington “establishment,” that all-powerful, supremely cynical, bipartisan “cartel” (as Ted Cruz would have it) that allegedly runs everything. Yet the establishment proved to be Potemkin empty. In 2016, it folded pitifully, surrendering with barely a fight to a lightweight outsider.

2017-03-24 04:30:44
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Team Trump Is Already Kicking Butt at the United Nations  

Benny Avni, New York PostWant to rein in the bureaucratic bees at the United Nations? Forget honey; grab the vinegar. America is boycotting a weeklong session at the UN Human Rights Council that started Monday, and is presâ?¦

2017-03-24 04:27:33
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Untapped Revenue: Another Reason to Drill  

Moore & Coleman, Weekly StandardOne of President Donald Trump's most urgent policy priorities is to cut taxes for businesses and workers. It's a promise that Republicans must fulfill if they want to restore American prosperity. But the tax planâ??which one of us, Moore, helped writeâ??has a $2 trillion to $4 trillion revenue shortfall over the next 10 years. Faster job and GDP growth, both spurred by those tax cuts, will help halve that gap. But where will the rest of the

2017-03-24 04:13:36
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What Does It Take to Climb Up the Ladder?  

Thomas Edsall, New York Times

2017-03-24 03:38:26
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Mr. President, the Disgrace Is All Yours  

Eugene Robinson, Washington PostPresident Trump called himself "instinctual" this week, but the word he must have been groping for was "untruthful." He lies incessantly, shamelessly, perhaps even pathologically, and his lying corrodes and dishonors our democracy. Of course we've had presidents who lied -- to name a few, Lyndon Johnson about Vietnam, Richard Nixon about Watergate, Bill Clinton about Monica Lewinsky. But the key word in these examples is "about." Other presidents had comprehensib

2017-03-24 03:21:13
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Europe's Soulless Liberalism  

Sohrab Ahmari, Wall Street JournalA dour, self-righteous and conformist version has come to define the liberal idea across much of the Continent.

2017-03-24 02:54:51
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Welcome to the Pre-Truth Presidency  

Ruth Marcus, Washington Post

2017-03-24 02:50:07
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In a Do-or-Die Moment, Republicans Come Undone  

Dan Balz, Washington PostThursday was supposed to be a glorious anniversary for President Trump and the Republicans. Seven years after President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, Republicans were poised to take the first concrete step toward repealing and replacing that law. Instead, Thursday produced an embarrassing setback that left the way forward far from certain.

2017-03-24 02:37:53
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The Scammers, the Scammed and America's Fate  

Paul Krugman, New York TimesMany people are horrified, and rightly so, by what passes for leadership in today’s Washington. And it’s important to keep the horror of our political situation up front, to keep highlighting the lies, the cruelty, the bad judgment. We must never normalize the state we’re in.

2017-03-24 02:31:10
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An Obama Decree Continues to Make Public Schools Lawless  

Jason Riley, WSJTo improve education, allow teachers to administer discipline regardless of race.

2017-03-24 02:23:46
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Why the Gorsuch Hearings Are Boring  

Jason Willick, The American InterestOur polarized constitutional system requires superficial answers at confirmation hearings.

2017-03-24 02:23:45
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Benghazi Liar Adam Schiff Slimes Devin Nunes  

Daniel Sobieski, American ThinkerIt is said that the Senate plays chess while the House of Representatives plays smash mouth hockey. The revelation by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes that, yes, members of Team Trump were in fact surveilled and the contents of their conversations and their names were recorded and disseminated set off ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff from the People’s Republic of California. As Fox News Politics reported:

2017-03-24 01:59:49
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The Base's Rage Ill Serves the Democratic Party  

Michael Barone, Washington Examiner

2017-03-24 01:51:12
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Schumer's Gorsuch Stance Heightens Threat of Nuclear Option  

Rebecca Berg, RCPA “nuclear” confrontation is brewing in the Senate over the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court — with Democrats threatening a historic filibuster, and Republicans pledging a historic rules change in return. Republican leaders have warned that they would resort to a “nuclear option” to avert an impasse, changing Senate rules to require a simple majority to end debate on the nomination, rather than 60 votes. President Trump has end

2017-03-24 01:43:30
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Like Jackson, Trump Is an Intensely American President  

Newt Gingrich, FOX NewsPresident Trump gave a historic speech last week honoring President Andrew Jackson. True to current form, the media largely either missed or maligned it. During his visit to the Hermitage, Jackson’s home and final resting place in Nashville, Tennessee, President Trump paid respects to his predecessor on Jackson’s 250th birthday.

2017-03-24 01:36:53
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The Lone Republican Focused on Trump's Ethical Conflicts  

A.B. Stoddard, RCPAmid the torrent of self-inflicted wounds and chaos threatening President Trump’s legislative agenda -- raising new doubt in the financial markets and on Capitol Hill about his ability to fulfill campaign promises -- it’s easy to miss that the presidency has been an enormous success for the Trump family business.

2017-03-23 17:16:57
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The Gig Economy Celebrates Working Yourself to Death  

Jia Tolentino, The New YorkerAmerica's self-reliance obsession makes it more acceptable to applaud working yourself to death than to argue that doing so points to a flawed economic system.

2017-03-23 13:10:51
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Can President Trump Handle the Truth?  

Michael Scherer, TimeA President who peddles falsehoods and dabbles in conspiracy confronts the challenge of governing in reality

2017-03-23 12:53:45
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Rape, Illegal Immigration, & Maryland's 'Safe' Environment  

Cal Thomas, Wash TimesA rough translation of Maryland's state motto is Strong Deeds, Gentle Words. In the case of a 14-year-old girl who was recently raped and sodomized in a restroom at Rockville High School by two males students, both immigrants, one facing a deportation hearing, that motto in practice has been reversed.

2017-03-23 11:59:35
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Assessing Climate Change's Economic Impact Is Vital  

Susan Casey-Lefkowitz, RCPHow much are the damaging impacts of climate change costing our economy?

2017-03-23 11:59:26
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Trump's SEC Chairman Must Look Out for Families  

Sen. Warren & Sen. Donnelly, WPThursday, President Trump’s nominee for chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Jay Clayton, will testify before the Senate Banking Committee. As members of that committee, we will evaluate his candidacy, not on behalf of Wall Street, but on behalf of the American people.

2017-03-23 11:52:50
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Neil Gorsuch Earns His Supreme Court Seat  



2017-03-23 11:30:57
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The Real Danger to Free Speech Is Corporate  

Ben Domenech, The FederalistYou have the right to free speech as an American â?? you have no right to use YouTube to do it. Be mindful of this in the years to come.

2017-03-23 11:28:54
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After Nunes' Bombshell, Time to Investigate Obama  

Roger Simon, PJ MediaHouse Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Adam Schiff is in high dudgeon over the bad form of House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes in reporting his bombshell -- that the chairman had been shown actual surveillance (not involving Russia) of the Trump transition team and possibly of the then president-elect himself -- to President Trump before he presented the evidence to the committee.

2017-03-23 11:09:23
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Trump's Russia Ties a Full-Blown Crisis for Democracy  

Adele Stan, American ProspectIf there has ever been a need for a select committee and an independent prosecutor, that time is now.

2017-03-23 10:54:18
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Republican Confusion Ahead of Health Care Vote  

Caitlin Huey-Burns, RealClearPoliticsRepublicans control the White House and Congress, and yet the civil war that has come to define the party over the past several years rages on.

2017-03-23 10:45:36
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Keeping Our Promise to Repeal ObamaCare  

Rep. Paul Ryan, Wall Street JournalOur bill guts the failing law and enacts conservative reform without pulling the rug out from under anyone.

2017-03-23 09:03:16
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Your Tax Dollars Subsidize Elite Colleges That Produce Intolerant Bigots  



2017-03-23 08:55:58
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Why Nunes' Spying Revelations Are Such a Big Deal  

Mollie Hemingway, The FederalistIn the last three months of the Obama presidency, significant personal information from and about the Trump transition was collected and widely disseminated at intelligence agencies, according to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes. Dozens of intelligence reports provided to Nunes by an unnamed whistleblower were floating around during the sensitive transition period following the election, he said. The information collection itself may have technic

2017-03-23 08:33:45
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Does Europe Treasure NATO Again?  

Victor Davis Hanson, American GreatnessIt is a bit rich to hear Europeans insist that any Trump Administration doubts about NATO's usefulness is heresyâ??given their occasional popular indifference to and ambiguity about the alliance. In current journalistic groupthink, Donald Trump has endangered NATO by suggesting a) it does not have a clearly defined role and needs to find one for &

2017-03-23 08:20:56
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Death Rates Rise for Wide Swath of White Adults, Study Finds  

Betsy McKay, WSJIn 2015, two economists published a landmark paper showing that mortality was rising for white middle-aged Americans after decades of decline. Now a new analysis from the same pair paints an even bleaker picture.

2017-03-23 08:04:15
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Birth of Trump's Biggest Lie  

Charles Blow, New York TimesA few things are clear after the congressional testimony of James Comey, the F.B.I. director, this week:

2017-03-23 06:59:40
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Dems Are Going to Filibuster Gorsuch. It's the Right Thing to Do.  

Paul Waldman, WPAfter days spent in fruitless attempts to get concrete answers out of Neil Gorsuch on just about anything, some Democrats in the Senate have decided they’ve had enough:

2017-03-23 06:13:20
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Westminster Attack Tragic, But Not a Threat to Democracy  

Simon Jenkins, GuardianThe current bout of global terrorism came to the heart of London today in a fatal attack outside the Palace of Westminster. The symbolism is impossible to escape. An assault on the home of democracy induces a peculiar sense of outrage. That people, including a policeman, should die in such an assault is tragic.

2017-03-23 06:04:03
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The Five Dumbest Questions Put to Gorsuch  

Brendan Kirby, LifeZetteIn addition to the physically taxing experience of sitting through more than 10 hours of interrogation at his Senate confirmation hearing Tuesday, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch had to endure many questions that were silly or downright dumb. Such is the price to be paid for a lifetime appointment to one of the nation's most powerful positions. If the Democrats won't give the president 60 votes for Neil Gorsuch, then there is no Republican Supreme Court nominee they w

2017-03-23 05:02:11
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Nunes Tips Trump He Was Possibly Surveilled  

Simendinger & Huey-Burns, RCP

2017-03-23 04:52:26
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Arkansas's Cruel and Unusual Killing Spree  

McCracken & Moreno, New York TimesArkansas’s plan to execute eight men in 11 days next month is a recipe for disaster, one entirely of the state’s making. Although the state has not put anyone to death since November 2005, it now says that it must execute two people per day on April 17, 20, 24 and 27 because its current supply of midazolam, one of its three execution drugs, will expire at the end of the month.

2017-03-23 04:39:07
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Vote 'No' on Ryancare  



2017-03-23 04:29:36
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The Republican Reckoning on Health Care  

Jill Lawrence, USA TodayRonald Reagan wanted to shrink the government and Bill Clinton said the era of big government was over. But their talk was premature. There was still one great task for the world’s wealthiest, most powerful nation to accomplish, and that was to make sure all Americans could get health care.

2017-03-23 04:24:39
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Gorsuch Is the Intellectual the Court Needs  

Jonathan Turley, USA TodayThe highest court is a place for those who have earned the honor of confirmation through a lifetime of demonstrated and exceptional intellectual achievement.

2017-03-23 04:19:43
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We're Protecting Jobs and the Environment  

Scott Pruitt, USA TodayIt is time for a fresh look at fuel economy standards that push jobs outside the United States.

2017-03-23 03:40:46
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The Real Danger to Speech Is Corporate  

Ben Domenech, The FederalistFear of crackdown on free speech is a bipartisan thing these days. In the run-up to the 2016 election, conservatives were terrified that Hillary Clinton would ratchet up the crackdown on right of center groups seen under the Obama administration’s IRS, and particularly the exposure of even modest members of the donor class to public outcry along the lines of Brendan Eich’s experience at Mozilla. In the aftermath of the election, journalists in particular

2017-03-23 03:29:38
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GOP's Health-Care Plan Goes in Exact Wrong Direction  

Charles Lane, Washington PostThere’s a lot not to like about America’s fragmented, inefficient health-insurance system. If you had to identify its fundamental flaw, however, it would probably be this: People need medical care whether they have a job or not, yet the U.S. system is built on a linkage between health insurance and employment.

2017-03-23 03:19:56
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The Health Care Bill Could Be Donald Trump's Iraq War  

Ezra Klein, VoxSold on lies, poorly planned, deadly to thousands, and a catastrophe for its authors.

2017-03-23 03:16:58
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Make Americanism Great Again  

Robert Curry, American GreatnessI recently received an e-mailâ??you may have seen it, tooâ??from a person who has been a prominent spokesman for the GOP and now is a NeverTrumper. He notes that the GOP and American conservatism appear to have arrived at a turning point. Perhaps, he suggests, we should abandon the label conservative and reclaim for ourselves &

2017-03-23 03:16:01
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Good-Golly Gorsuch May Turn Out to Be a Rascal on the Bench  

Dana Milbank, WPThe nomination of Neil Gorsuch presents the Senate with a constitutional dilemma: Is this nation prepared to have Eddie Haskell serving a lifetime appointment on the Supreme Court? The most noteworthy thing to emerge from Gorsuch’s testimony Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee wasn’t his judicial philosophy (conservative), his credentials (considerable) nor even the likelihood of confirmation (virtually certain). What stood out was his aw-shucks, good-golly

2017-03-23 02:44:38
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The Top 5 Reasons ESPN's Ratings Are in Freefall  

Jeff Reynolds, PJ MediaIn March, several outlets gleefully reported that ESPN was near collapse as a network. Conveniently, several of these reports came from competitors to ESPN who hope to capitalize and gain market share. Nonetheless, it is true that ESPN will be cutting $100 million in salaries -- most from very recognizable on-air talent -- in a cost-cutting move to shore up their bottom line.

2017-03-23 02:41:11
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The Democratic Party's Empty Rage  

Karl Rove, Wall Street JournalFor all the Republican discord, it's the other side that's incapable of actual governing.

2017-03-23 02:26:58
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Neil Gorsuch's Convenient Untruth  

E.J. Dionne, Indianapolis StarWASHINGTON -- With a shrewdly calculated innocence, Judge Neil Gorsuch told a big fat lie at his confirmation hearing on Tuesday. Because it was a lie everyone expected, nobody called it that.

2017-03-23 02:26:43
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President Trump's Reckless Shame Game  



2017-03-23 02:01:34
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Keep Calm and Propagandize On  

George Neumayr, The American SpectatorIn 2006, Melanie Phillips wrote a book called Londonistan: How Britain Is Creating a Terror State Within. She argued that Britain was a sitting duck for Islamic terrorists, owing to its idiotic embrace of political correctness, multiculturalism, and religious relativism.

2017-03-23 01:57:44
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Capitalism Will Shrink Inequality. In Fact, It's Happening.  

Noah Smith, BloombergRising prosperity widened income gaps in Latin America and China but the trend is reversing.

2017-03-23 01:16:14
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The Gorsuch Hearings Were a Pathetic Charade  

Seth Lipsky, New York PostWhat a charade. The Senate confirmation hearing for President Trump's Supreme Court nominee is liable to drive Americans nuts. There ought to be a way to suspend the senators' pay for every hour onâ?¦

2017-03-23 01:12:52
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Trump's Right: Close the Deal on Obamacare Repeal  

Adriana Cohen, Boston HeraldPresident Trump is facing the first crucial test of his presidency — repealing and replacing Obamacare — and he needs to apply the negotiating chops and deal-making skills he bragged about in his bestselling book, “The Art of the Deal,” to fixing our broken health-care system.

2017-03-23 01:11:49
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Trump, Republicans Get Ready to Lose on Health Care  

Margaret Carlson, Daily BeastYou might wonder how the president could get out of bed and head to Capitol Hill after the beating he took there on Monday at the hands of FBI Director James Comey. But roll out he did to make a big push for passage of the American Health Care Act, a bill he’s not been all that enthusiastic about but which has become a test of his leadership. Speaker Paul Ryan said Trump “knocked the cover off the ball” as he reminded members that this is our chanc

2017-03-22 16:01:53
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