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The Strange Authenticity of Hillary Clinton  

Jeff Greenfield, PoliticoRead her book, and you realize she might have been the most authentic candidate out thereâ??and maybe that was the problem.

2017-09-21 21:21:45
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There Is No Trump Doctrine, Only Contradictions & Bluster  

John Cassidy, New YorkerThe things our President says. At a lunch with African leaders on Wednesday, Donald Trump praised the continent’s business potential by noting that many of his friends were “going to your countries to get rich.” A bit later in his remarks, he spoke about how effectively African countries had responded to some recent health-care crises, such as the Ebola outbreak, andadded that “Nambia’s health system is increasingly sufficient.” (There

2017-09-21 19:14:34
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Hillary Clinton 3.0 Isn't Helping the Democrats Move On  

Ed Rogers, Washington PostI thought I would avoid having anything to say about Hillary Clinton’s latest book. I thought the book, “What Happened,” was meant to be some sort of cathartic Hillary Clinton 3.0 end of the story. I thought it would be accompanied by a graceful farewell tour. I forgot: The Clintons don’t do graceful, and they certainly don’t do farewells. Instead, Clinton is thrashing around in front of the faithful, having pity parties and making news th

2017-09-21 17:38:48
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GOP Not Even Sure Why They're Doing New Health Care Bill  

Margaret Carlson, TDBThere’s no sense left in the Republican Senate when two fairly sensible members, Senators Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy, are putting everything into yet another effort to pass a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, a bill as flawed, if not more, than the so-called skinny repeal that went down in July.

2017-09-21 13:52:34
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Congress, Fix and Pass This Obamacare Replacement  



2017-09-21 13:25:17
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Tax Reform Transformed N. Carolina. Congress, Take Note  

Sen. Thom Tillis, WSJAs President Trump and Congress work on America’s first major tax reform in decades, Democrats are already claiming the GOP plan will bury the middle class and tank the economy.

2017-09-21 10:50:44
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Trump vs. Bannon in 'Bama  

David Catanese, US News & World ReportBy midday Wednesday, Breitbart's homepage was carrying a dozen stories on the Alabama Senate Republican runoff, the first election of Donald Trump's presidency featuring a boiling intraparty tussle.

2017-09-21 10:37:54
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Why Trump Must Comply With Mueller's Demands  

Cristian Farias, New York MagazinePrecedents set under Nixon and Clinton leave the president with few legal options when it comes to the Russia probe.

2017-09-21 10:18:24
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Deadbeat Democrats  

Bryce Covert, The New RepublicIn June, at a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, President Trump brought 6,000 supporters to their feet, roaring their approval. “I believe the time has come for new immigration rules,” Trump bellowed. “Those seeking admission into our country must be able to support themselves financially and should not use welfare for a period of at least five years.” A bill to shred the safety net for legal immigrants would be moving through Congress “ver

2017-09-21 09:27:19
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Tax Cuts for the Rich by Another Name  



2017-09-21 08:25:19
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Trump Slashes at Obama's Legacy, But Risks His Own  

Stephen Collinson, CNNRepublicans for years failed to gut the legacy of their nemesis Barack Obama: Now they can do so within a matter of days.

2017-09-21 08:18:39
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When Will Black Lives Matter in St. Louis?  

Nicole Nelson, New York TimesMilitary tanks, tear gas and rubber bullets won't bridge the gap between the police and the black community anytime soon.

2017-09-21 08:14:27
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Trump Through a Pinhole  

Peter Robinson, RealClearPoliticsDuring the recent eclipse, NASA urged us all to protect our eyes by turning our backs on the sun itself, observing the eclipse only through pinhole cameras. A similar technique proves remarkably useful in observing the Trump administration. If you ignore the strangely dazzling figure of the president himself, examining instead the second order effects he’s producing, you’ll find that a certain reassuring clarity emerges. To wit:

2017-09-21 08:13:15
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The Consequences of the U.S. Baby Bust  

Justin Fox, BloombergBoosting the birthrate would go a long way toward resolving a lot of political arguments.

2017-09-21 07:54:03
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Donald Trump: Modern Day Diplomat  

Windsor Mann, RealClearPoliticsPresident Trump’s words mean little and matter a lot. When he speaks, the world listens—and gets confused. This is especially true when he speaks to the world, as he did at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday.

2017-09-21 07:25:33
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Police Violence Against Black Men Is Rare  

Philippe Lemoine, National Review OnlineIt's not true that black men are constantly stopped by the police for no reason ...

2017-09-21 07:15:42
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Looks Like Obama Did Spy on Trump--and Apparently Me  

Sharyl Attkisson, The HillThe Obama administration spied on a range of journalists, elected officials and others. It isn't surprising that the same happened to Trump.

2017-09-21 06:58:43
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Republicans Get One Last Chance to Replace Obamacare  

Lanhee Chen, WSJFor seven years Republicans promised to repeal ObamaCare, and now they have one last chance to deliver.

2017-09-21 06:19:13
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Amazon, Facebook, Google: The New Robber Barons?  

Daniel Kishi, Am. ConservativeAmazon, Facebook and Google: The new robber barons?

2017-09-21 06:06:11
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Trump's Judges Will Transform America  

Mark Joseph Stern, SlateIf these nominees are not too extreme for Senate Republicans, it isn't clear who would be.

2017-09-21 05:47:18
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Tax Reform Progress  



2017-09-21 05:40:25
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Try Canadaian Single-Payer Instead of Trashing It  

Danielle Martin, USA TodayThere’s a joke we sometimes tell in Canada: What’s a Canadian? An apologetic American with health care. It’s funny because we half-believe it’s true. The United States and Canada are about as similar as two countries get. But Canada has had a publicly funded, single-payer health care system in each of our provinces and territories since the 1960s. It works. Maybe it can work for you too.

2017-09-21 05:01:29
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13 Questions About the Wiretapping of Paul Manafort  

Ben Domenech, The FederalistThe wiretapping of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is a bombshell that raises many questions about the motives and method of such surveillance.

2017-09-21 04:59:26
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Why the Left Hated Trump's Smart U.N. Speech  

Marc Thiessen, Washington PostWhen Donald Trump ran for president, he criticized the interventionist policies of his Republican and Democratic predecessors, sparking fears that he would usher in a new era of American isolationism. But at the U.N. this week, Trump laid out a clear conservative vision for vigorous American global leadership based on the principle of state sovereignty.

2017-09-21 04:52:33
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I'm a Brain Scientist and I Let My Son Play Football  

Peter Cummings, Yahoo NewsMy name is Peter Cummings. I am a forensic pathologist and a neuropathologist, which means I study brain trauma for a living. I am also a football coach and I let my 11-year-old son play football. I may be the only neuropathologist on Earth who lets his kid play football.

2017-09-21 04:31:05
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Joe Biden vs. the Post-Labor Left  

Noah Rothman, CommentaryGiven his reputation for favoring even wildly impractical progressive policy objectives, few might have guessed that the first prominent liberal to stand athwart the Democratic Party’s reckless lurch to the left would be Joe Biden. With liberals fawning over progressives firebrands and amid the growing unanimity around the notion that there is no social and economic challenge that cannot be solved by throwing money at it, the former vice president has emerged as a

2017-09-21 04:27:22
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Graham-Cassidy Is the Best GOP Health Plan Yet  

John Daniel Davidson, The FederalistHealth-care federalism would give states the chance to reduce the cost of care with market-based reforms. Not all states would take it, but some would.

2017-09-21 04:13:31
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Trump's Bold Defense of America  

Conrad Black, National Review OnlineIt is becoming difficult to believe that the ever-more-silly entertainment world, an echo chamber of escalating primal imbecilic utterances in a hall of mirrors, festers in the same country that, as its president correctly told the United Nations on Tuesday morning, now has more people working than ever before and the highest market capitalization of its industries of all time, is striving toward increasing prosperity, and is the only force in the world tryin

2017-09-21 03:52:03
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Donald Trump's War Doctrine Debuts, at the U.N.  

Robin Wright, The New Yorker

2017-09-21 03:50:39
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Republicans Looking for Easiest Way Out on Taxes  

Jonathan Bernstein, BloombergTax reform is hard, tax cuts easier. But they aren't a sure thing with Trump.

2017-09-21 03:15:50
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Police Violence Against Black Men Is Rare  

Philippe Lemoine, National ReviewA few days ago, former police officer Jason Stockley, who is white, was acquitted of first-degree murder; he had fatally shot Anthony Lamar Smith, who was black, in 2011. Protests started in St. Louis, where the shooting took place and Stockley was judged, immediately after the verdict was announced. Although they were initially peaceful, they soon turned violent, and dozens of protesters were arrested while several police officers were injured. Since the shooti

2017-09-21 03:12:35
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Is Trump About to Repeat Bush 43's Worst Mistake?  

Michael Fuchs, The GuardianIn 2003, the United States initiated perhaps the greatest strategic disaster in US history by diverting attention from a necessary war in Afghanistan to an unnecessary war in Iraq. The Iraq war resulted in hundreds of thousands dead and wounded, untold economic catastrophe, states in the Middle East in complete ruin, and the rise of Isis – all while the effort to go after terrorists in Afghanistan languished.

2017-09-21 02:55:17
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Amazon, Facebook, Google: The New Robber Barons?  

Daniel Kishi, Am. ConservativeEarlier this month Amazon, announced its plans to establish a second headquarters in North America. Rather than simply reveal which city would become its second home, the Seattle-based tech company opted instead to open a bidding war. In an eight page document published on its website, Amazon outlined the criteria for prospective suitors, and invited economic developers to submit proposals advocating for why their city or region should be the host of the new locati

2017-09-21 02:54:31
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Why Does Jimmy Kimmel Want Americans to Suffer?  

David Harsanyi, The FederalistIn recent months, late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has taken to scaremongering his audience with well-worn Democratic Party talking points regarding health-care insurance policy. Between yuks, Kimmel will occasionally accuse Republicans of being would-be baby killers, which is treated as an important political development because, well, Jimmy Kimmel is famous.

2017-09-21 02:30:19
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Claims of Foreign Election Tampering Always Rang Hollow  

Victor Davis Hanson, IBDOn her current book tour, Hillary Clinton is still blaming the Russians (among others) for her unexpected defeat in last year's presidential election. She remains sold on a conspiracy theory that Donald Trump successfully colluded with Russian President Vladimir Putin to rig the election in Trump's favor.

2017-09-21 02:23:32
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The Political Genius of Bernie's 'Medicare for All' Bill  



2017-09-21 01:49:05
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The GOP Peddles Nonsense to Sell Its Health-Care Plan  

Albert Hunt, BloombergGraham-Cassidy isn't just a transfer of resources from Washington to the states. It's an assault on people who need help.

2017-09-21 01:44:30
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When Will Black Lives Matter in St. Louis?  

Nicole Nelson, New York Times On Aug. 9, 2014, Mike Brown was killed by Darren Wilson, a police officer in the St. Louis suburb Ferguson, Mo. What followed were months of overwhelmingly nonviolent protests that were policed by law enforcement officers who wore riot gear, shook their batons at protesters and took joy-rides in heavily armored military vehicles. In November 2014, a grand jury decided not to indict Mr. Wilson, and a few months later federal investigators cleared him of any wrongdoi

2017-09-21 01:23:43
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Graham-Cassidy Is a Triumph of Federalism  

Theodore Kupfer, National ReviewRepublicans are trying to pass health-care reform: The noontide hour returns. The latest installment of this eternal endeavor is a bill drafted by Senators Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) and Bill Cassidy (R., La.) that was introduced on September 13. The bill, which is also sponsored by Senators Dean Heller (R., Nev.) and Ron Johnson (R., Wisc.), needs but a simple majority — really 50 votes, since Vice President Pence can break a tie — to pass. But the Se

2017-09-20 20:11:09
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Why Trump's UN Speech Was a Triumph  

Roger Kimball, American GreatnessDonald Trump on Tuesday confirmed yet again why he is the most robust president since Ronald Reagan. Following up on his brilliant speeches before a joint session of Congress in February, his speech about combating Islamic terrorism before Arab leaders in Saudi Arabia, and

2017-09-20 16:37:52
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Wiretaps May Prove Trump Right--and That's Terrifying  

Michael Goodwin, NY PostOver the years, a curious habit has taken hold at the United Nations. A body designed to strengthen the best of humanity has too often become a font of doublespeak and appeasement that protects theâ?¦

2017-09-20 15:37:02
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Don't Look Now, But Trump's Strategy Is Beating ISIS  

Paul Mulshine, NJ Star-LedgerThe mainstream media will tell you more than you want to know about Melania Trump's shoes, but why aren't they reporting the biggest foreign-policy story of the year? That's the collapse of ISIS in Syria thanks to Donald Trump's decision to cooperate with the secular dictator and the Russians

2017-09-20 15:21:39
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Which New Healthcare Plan is 'Extreme?' Hint: Not the GOP's  

Jonah Goldberg, NROWill the real moderate party please stand up? On the same day that socialist Senator Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) introduced his Medicare for All health-care plan, Senators Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) and Bill Cassidy (R., La.) introduced a last-ditch effort to sorta-kinda repeal and replace Obamacare. Despite having zero chance of being passed any time soon, Sanders's bill grabbed the limelight for two reasons. First, it's a beacon of hope for the demoralized base. As a Rolling St

2017-09-20 13:31:37
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Ta-Nehisi Coates and the Politics of Contempt  

Jason Riley, Wall Street JournalThe great jazz musician Miles Davis was known for his boorishness, especially toward his white fan base.

2017-09-20 13:16:22
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White House Spied On Trump and Lied About It, Says CNN  



2017-09-20 12:46:08
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The Fatal Flaw for Republicans in Graham-Cassidy  

Walter Shapiro, Roll CallThe Republicans’ latest drive to repeal Obamacare is reminiscent of a poetry fragment from Tennyson’s “The Charge of the Light Brigade”: “Theirs not to make reply, theirs not to reason why.” Whatever happens with the bill likely slated to reach the Senate floor next week, it is hard to escape the feeling that this wild charge will end badly for the Republicans.

2017-09-20 11:56:09
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All of Obama's Wiretappers  

George Neumayr, The American SpectatorHillary Clinton’s campaign memoir rests on an astonishingly audacious lie: that the very FBI director who made her campaign possible by improperly sparing her from an indictment doomed it. A normal pol who had mishandled classified information as egregiously as Hillary would have felt eternal gratitude to Comey. Only an entitled ingrate like Hillary would have the gall to cast her savior as the chief thorn in her side.

2017-09-20 10:43:20
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Nationalism Without Isolationism: Trump's UN Triumph  

Benny Avni, New York PostFor 50 minutes on Tuesday, President Trump dazzled, and appalled, UN denizens in a speech that was the most detailed and reasoned defense to date of his America First ideology. The nationalism waâ?¦

2017-09-20 09:08:25
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Why the Wiretap of Manafort Is a Big Deal  

Randall Eliason, Washington PostReports that the FBI wiretapped former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort are a further sign of the seriousness of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation. But there’s still a great deal we don’t know about the implications, if any, for the broader inquiry into possible Russian ties to the Trump campaign.

2017-09-20 08:50:34
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Is Chuck Schumer Having Too Much Fun With Trump?  

Bill Scher, PoliticoToo much crispy sesame beef with the president is going to be hard for grassroots Democrats to swallow.

2017-09-20 08:04:27
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Why Jemele Hill Is Rebuked, But Trump Gets to Be President  

Jamelle Bouie, SlateIt's people who criticize racism who are silenced, not those who embrace it.

2017-09-20 07:28:52
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Nationalism Wthout Isolationism: Trump's UN Triumph  

Benny Avni, New York PostFor 50 minutes on Tuesday, President Trump dazzled, and appalled, UN denizens in a speech that was the most detailed and reasoned defense to date of his America First ideology. The nationalism waâ?¦

2017-09-20 07:01:40
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Did Obama Know About Comey's Surveillance?  

James Freeman, Wall Street JournalThis week CNN is reporting more details on the Obama Administration’s 2016 surveillance of people connected to the presidential campaign of the party out of power.

2017-09-20 06:52:32
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Will Trump's 'Rocket Man' Speech Lead Us to War?  

Doyle McManus, LA TimesRidiculing Kim Jong Un seems unwise.

2017-09-20 06:48:46
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Tucker Carlson Is Sorry for Being Mean  

Stephen Rodrick, GQ MagazineWhen Tucker Carlson was an upperclassman at Trinity College in Connecticut, the CIA came to campus to recruit from among the graduating seniors. The campus went a little cuckoo: The lefties protested, and the conservative kids played patriotic music to welcome the men from Langley.

2017-09-20 06:22:02
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A Radical Rebuke of Obama's Foreign Policy Legacy  

Peter Beinart, The AtlanticDonald Trump’s first speech to the United Nations can best be understood as a response to his predecessor’s final one. On September 20, 2016, Barack Obama told the UN General Assembly that “at this moment we all face a choice. We can choose to press forward with a better model of cooperation and integration. Or we can retreat into a world sharply divided, and ultimately in conflict, along age-old lines of nation and tribe and race and religion.&rdquo

2017-09-20 06:10:03
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Tax Reform Must Go Bold  

Jay Timmons, RealClearPoliticsWhatever you think of President Trump, you know he likes to win. And a commitment to winning is exactly what we need as we enter the critical drive for tax reform that can increase workers’ paychecks, reduce the cost of living and bolster savings for the future.

2017-09-20 05:33:11
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Another Exercrable Healthcare Plan From the Republicans  



2017-09-20 05:27:15
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At U.N., Trump Tries to Outbluff Rocket Man  



2017-09-20 05:11:58
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Don't Look Now, But Trump's Strategy Is Beating ISIS  

Paul Mulshine, NJ Star-LedgerThe mainstream media will tell you more than you want to know about Melania Trump's shoes, but why aren't they reporting the biggest foreign-policy story of the year? That's the collapse of ISIS in Syria thanks to Donald Trump's decision to cooperate with the secular dictator and the Russians

2017-09-20 05:08:01
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Were We Lied to About Wiretapping, or Did FBI Go Rogue?  

Tucker Carlson, FOX NewsTUCKER CARLSON: According to a new report from CNN, Paul Manafort, who for a time last year was the Trump campaign chairman, was indeed wiretapped by the federal government, both before and after the election.

2017-09-20 04:46:02
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Groundhog Day for Obamacare Repeal  

Russel Berman, The AtlanticTwo things can simultaneously be true about the latest, back-from-the-dead attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act. One, Republicans are very close to passing a proposal that would sharply curtail the law and result in millions fewer people having health insurance. And two, they are no closer than they were two months ago, when the party fell a single vote short of advancing legislation that would have repealed Obamacare’s core insurance mandates.

2017-09-20 04:28:29
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Why Is Congress Conducting Russia Investigation in Secret?  

Ryan Lizza, New YorkerMost of the witnesses being interviewed by the Senate and House committees investigating Russia’s interference in the 2016 election have been granted a remarkable courtesy. The norm in Washington is for testimony to be conducted before cameras in a public setting, where congressmen and senators compete for attention and interrogate witnesses in the hopes of achieving a viral “gotcha” moment. But in recent weeks several figures central to the investigation

2017-09-20 04:25:30
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A Do-It-Yourself Liberal Education  

Charles Lipson, RealClearPoliticsIn the name of social justice and diversity, students at elite colleges are casting aside the very works that probe those topics so deeply. The central authors of the Western tradition—from Plato and Aristotle to Mill and Orwell—are no longer part of the required curriculum in the social sciences and the humanities. Their absence carries a high price.It means liberal-arts students are no longer liberally educated. They are not historically literate

2017-09-20 04:23:50
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There's No Crisis of Free Speech  

David Shariatmadari, The GuardianIf you’re curious as to what a basket of deplorables looks like in real life, perhaps you should head over to Berkeley next week, where Steve Bannon, Milo Yiannopoulos, Ann Coulter and friends will gather for a “festival of free expression” at the University of California campus. Maybe they’ll oblige by arriving in a hot air balloon, to render the metaphor entirely literal.

2017-09-20 03:29:44
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Memo to Trump Fans: Conman-in-Chief Will Betray You All  

Rick Wilson, Daily BeastThe gift of a brilliant actor, great con man, or devious traitor is to be able to hold the facade of normalcy, courage, integrity, or our other higher virtues up to the world and convince it for a time to see the face they want it to see. For the actor, it’s to inhabit the character on stage or screen until the curtain call comes or the credits roll. For the con man, it’s to take that last dollar from the victim of a long con. For the traitor, it’s to p

2017-09-20 03:23:24
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Tell Us, Mr. Bannon--Just What Is Trumpism?  

A.B. Stoddard, RealClearPoliticsDays after Steven Bannon’s blustery, accusatory interview on “60 Minutes,” in which he warned the apostates blocking President Trump’s agenda that he’s coming after them, Trump confirmed it -- there is no such thing as Trumpism. In recent weeks he’s assured Democrats he backs legalizing the Dreamers, affirmed a commitment to foreign aid in front of the United Nations, and said he’s adding troops in Afghanistan. Will Trump

2017-09-20 02:42:22
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Graham-Cassidy Is a Triumph of Federalism  

Theodore Kupfer, National ReviewRepublicans are trying to pass health-care reform: The noontide hour returns. The latest installment of this eternal endeavor is a bill drafted by Senators Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) and Bill Cassidy (R., La.) that was introduced on September 13. The bill, which is also sponsored by Senators Dean Heller (R., Nev.) and Ron Johnson (R., Wisc.), needs but a simple majority — really 50 votes, since Vice President Pence can break a tie — to pass. But the Se

2017-09-20 02:28:23
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All in All, Trump Has Had a Pretty Good 8 Months  

Hugh Hewitt, Washington PostEight months of President Trump is one-sixth of his term. By analogy, he is standing on the fourth tee of his first round. His score is one over, largely because of penalty strokes for the flubbed response to Charlottesville and some out-of-bounds tweets (offset in part by superb federal responses thus far to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma). What have he and his team accomplished? Any golfer knows it’s far too early to guess at the final score, but we can identify

2017-09-20 02:27:59
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Memo to Trump Fans: Conman-in-Chief Will Betray You All  

Rick Wilson, Daily BeastThe gift of a brilliant actor, great con man, or devious traitor is to be able to hold the facade of normalcy, courage, integrity, or our other higher virtues up to the world and convince it for a time to see the face they want it to see. For the actor, it’s to inhabit the character on stage or screen until the curtain call comes or the credits roll. For the con man, it’s to take that last dollar from the victim of a long con. For the traitor, it’s to p

2017-09-20 02:26:40
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Nationalism Wthout Isolationism: Trump's UN Triumph  

Benny Avni, New York PostFor 50 minutes on Tuesday, President Trump dazzled, and appalled, UN denizens in a speech that was the most detailed and reasoned defense to date of his America First ideology. The nationalism waâ?¦

2017-09-20 02:22:38
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The Ongoing Delusions of Hillary Clinton  

Ed Morrissey, The WeekStop it, Hillary. You're not helping.

2017-09-20 02:21:27
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The End of the First Amendment  

Ben Shapiro, TownhallLast week, I visited the University of California, Berkeley.

2017-09-20 02:11:33
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Entitled Immigration Protesters Shout Down Pelosi  



2017-09-20 01:54:25
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Trump's Welcome Flirtation With the UN  

David Ignatius, Washington Post

2017-09-20 01:38:52
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Groundhog Day for Obamacare Repeal  

Russel Berman, The AtlanticTwo things can simultaneously be true about the latest, back-from-the-dead attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act. One, Republicans are very close to passing a proposal that would sharply curtail the law and result in millions fewer people having health insurance. And two, they are no closer than they were two months ago, when the party fell a single vote short of advancing legislation that would have repealed Obamacare’s core insurance mandates.

2017-09-20 01:32:23
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Can Our Democracy Survive Tribalism?  

Andrew Sullivan, New York MagazineFrom time to time, I’ve wondered what it must be like to live in a truly tribal society. Watching Iraq or Syria these past few years, you get curious about how the collective mind can come so undone. What’s it like to see the contours of someone’s face, or hear his accent, or learn the town he’s from, and almost reflexively know that he is your foe? How do you live peacefully for years among fellow citizens and then find yourself suddenl

2017-09-20 01:11:44
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Momentum Builds Against Gerrymandering  

Juan Williams, The HillIn the past month some Republicans have broken ranks — from Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) to former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger — to speak out about the breakdown in national politics mostly caused by GOP gerrymandering of congressional districts

2017-09-19 21:31:40
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The Day That Destroyed the Working Class  

Salena Zito, New York PostCAMPBELL, Ohio â?? Forty years ago, on Sept. 19, thousands of men walked into the Campbell Works of Youngstown Sheet and Tube along the Mahoning River before the early shift. Like every fall

2017-09-19 20:02:21
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After My Husband's Death, Stewarding the Light He Left Us  

Mary Ham, The FederalistIn the weeks after Jake died, letters and cards flooded in from friends and strangers alike. With each card’s arrival, I’d edge open the envelope in a stunned sort of sadness. I sat over the rough-hewn, wooden dining room table we’d picked out together just months before he died, cross-legged and pregnant, poring over sometimes dozens of notes a day.

2017-09-19 19:16:43
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Trump's Unpresidential Presidency Keeps Hitting New Lows  

Chris Cillizza, CNNOn the eve of a critical week of foreign policy challenges, Donald Trump started his Sunday by retweeting an edited video of him hitting a golf ball into Hillary Clinton's back -- and her falling over from the impact.

2017-09-19 16:28:08
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At U.N., Trump Threatens to 'Totally Destroy' N. Korea  

Caitlin Huey-Burns, RCPIn his first speech to the United Nations General Assembly, President Trump issued his toughest warning yet to Pyongyang, saying that if the United States is forced to defend itself or its allies against North Korea, "we will have no choice but to totally destroy" the rogue nation. In the stately and iconic setting, Trump’s somber speech included typically irreverent touches, as when he said of North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un: "Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for

2017-09-19 15:26:11
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When the U.S. Almost Went to War With North Korea  

Gordon Sander, PoliticoOn August 19, 1976, the day after the Republican Party nominated President Gerald Ford as its candidate in the forthcoming presidential election against Democrat Jimmy Carter, readers of the New York Times were greeted by the following harrowing front page headline:

2017-09-19 13:54:39
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What Happened? America's Political Axis Tilted.  

Eugene Robinson, Washington PostThe traditional Democratic-to-Republican political axis is no longer a valid schematic of U.S. political opinion.

2017-09-19 13:34:58
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How to End Obamacare in Two Pages  

James Blumstein, Wall Street JournalCall John Roberts’s bluff by disavowing the taxing power.

2017-09-19 13:27:25
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The Dangers of Letting Legislative Power Atrophy  

Christopher DeMuth, Philly InquirerThe Constitution of 1787 begins with its stirring “We the People of the United States” preamble, then turns to Article I, establishing a national Congress. The article takes up more than half the entire document. Article II, establishing the Executive, and Article III, establishing the Judiciary, are much shorter and less detailed.

2017-09-19 13:04:25
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World Leaders, Help Us Out Here  

Jen Psaki, CNNWhen world leaders meet with Trump for the first time at the UN General Assembly, they'll have golden opportunity to press him on North Korea, Iran nuclear deal, Paris climate pact and human rights. Don't let the US down, writes Jen Psaki.

2017-09-19 12:31:50
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The Hapless Smear Campaign Against Jim Comey  

Bradley Moss, PoliticoFrom the moment Steve Bannon stated in his 60 Minutes interview that President Donald Trump’s decision to fire former FBI Director James Comey was the biggest political mistake in modern presidential history, there simply was no chance that this week would proceed without a fair amount of political insanity. The fact that the president’s former chief strategist would publicly and brazenly disparage that decision was bound to result in a fierce White House pushb

2017-09-19 12:17:48
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'The First White President' Is a 'Bad Dude'  

Jonathan Capehart, Washington PostI have a confession to make. I have not been as enamored of Ta-Nehisi Coates and his writing on race as some white people, particularly liberals, are. In fact, recently, I’ve discovered that I’m not alone in thinking that Coates’s views on race are too emotional, too dark, too relentlessly pessimistic. As one friend wrote in an email, “I tend not to agree with Coates because the premise of everything he writes is all white people in this

2017-09-19 11:18:03
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Last-Ditch Effort to Repeal Obamacare Is Surprisingly Good  



2017-09-19 09:50:14
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Trump to Push Nationalist Policy in First U.N. Address  

Fassihi & Stokols, WSJIn his first speech at a U.N. General Assembly, president will appeal to others’ self-interest on North Korea, Iran and terror

2017-09-19 09:44:42
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The Republican Health Care Zombie Is Back  



2017-09-19 09:30:34
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An Open Letter to Ta-Nehisi Coates: The Dream Is Real  

Jason Hill, CommentaryI read your book Between the World and Me, an elegant and poetic elegy written to your son on “the question,” as you put it, “of how one should live within a black body, within a country lost in the [American] Dream.” In the book, you reflect on your revelatory experiences, from the fears you felt growing up in your neighborhood in Baltimore to attending Howard University to visiting the South Side of Chicago to your relentless study of African hist

2017-09-19 08:56:55
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What Really Drives China's North Korea Policy?  

Shulsky & Libby, RealClearPoliticsLast week, China weakened a UN Security Council resolution against North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs by excluding an embargo on oil sales to Pyongyang. Nonetheless, Secretary of State Tillerson urged China, as a great power, to embargo such sales unilaterally. It seems unlikely that even the Secretary believes his request will be honored.

2017-09-19 08:44:05
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A Jacksonian Speech in Turtle Bay  

Rich Lowry, National ReviewAs someone said on Twitter, never before has been there so much murmuring of “holy sh**” in so many different languages. Donald Trump’s speech at the United Nations was a sometimes awkward marriage of conventional Republican foreign policy and a very basic version of Trump’s nationalism.

2017-09-19 08:15:11
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Russian Collusion? It's a Delusion  

Roger Stone, USA TodayNext Tuesday, I will testify before the House Intelligence Committee in its ongoing investigation into whether Donald Trump, his family, campaign or associates colluded with the Russian government to influence the outcome of the 2016 election.

2017-09-19 06:51:32
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Trump's Move to the Left Ensures a Primary Opponent  

Shirley & Mauer, RCPIs it realistic for someone to challenge the president in 2020? Trump’s loyal apprentices who will vote for him no matter what – he said as much during the 2016 primaries – but that means little. Ford was an incumbent and nearly lost the nomination in ’76, even though Reagan received more votes in the primaries. Being president does not make you immune. Just ask Harry Truman in 1952. Or LBJ in 1968. A recent poll from early August revealed that over h

2017-09-19 06:40:08
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New Deadline for FBI as Trump Dossier Standoff Deepens  

Byron York, DC ExaminerNunes originally subpoenaed the FBI and Justice on Aug. 24, demanding dossier documents by Sept. 1. When none were produced, Nunes agreed to extend the deadline to September 14. During that time, arrangements were made for intelligence committee investigators to visit the Justice Department to make sure officials on both sides understood precisely which documents the committee seeks.

2017-09-19 06:04:01
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Will Trump Keep Swimming With the Democrats?  

Jeffrey Frank, The New YorkerHe does keep surprising us, doesn’t he? The quasi-alliance that sprang up between Donald Trump and Democratic leaders on issues such as hurricane aid may not last long—it’s fraying already—but then party loyalty has never been Trump’s thing. One need only recall the first Republican debate, more than two years ago, with ten Presidential aspirants on the main stage. (There were seven more at the “undercard” event.) One of the

2017-09-19 05:41:20
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Leftists at UVA Prove Trump Right on Jefferson Statues  

Daniel Payne, The FederalistAll of which is to say that Trump was right to ask his question, and his critics—histrionic, hysterical, unwilling to acknowledge just how unhinged activist progressivism has become in twenty-first-century America—were wrong. Of course they’re going to come for the other statues; that was a given. Whether they succeed in tearing them down depends on the resolve and the integrity of the people who are in charge of such decisions. “Where does it

2017-09-19 05:28:22
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