Blogs

  • Juan Williams – Rebecca Costa

    Juan Williams – Rebecca Costa

    Juan Williams is an award-winning journalist that currently writes for The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. A former senior news analyst for National Public Radio, Williams is also a political analyst and lead commentator for the Fox News Channel. Williams has authored several books,…

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  • Bill Bennett Responds to the Ohio State Protests

    Over the past year or so, many college campuses have been awash with protests, most notably at the University of Missouri, Yale University, and Ithaca College. In almost every instance, the administrations of these universities and colleges folded in the face of protesters who were obstructing regular campus life, staging…

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  • Keeping the Northeastern Primary in Perspective

    Keeping the Northeastern Primary in Perspective

    Tuesday should be a very good day for Donald Trump. Voters in Connecticut, Maryland, Rhode Island, Delaware and Pennsylvania will take part in selecting 172 delegates to the Republican national convention. Trump is widely expected to win all five contests and win between 98 and 123 of the 172 delegates…

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  • Brokering a convention, part V

    When Texas Sen. Ted Cruz found Ohio Gov. John Kasich, the latter was finishing a bowl of Skyline Chili 5-Way delivered to his suite at Quicken Loans Arena by an Ohio delegate who had wanted the Buckeye State governor to stay loose and relaxed. “Ted, Ted, come in. See what…

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  • Michael Hayden – Rebecca Costa

    Michael Hayden – Rebecca Costa

    Michael Hayden is a retired United States Air Force four-star general, former Director of the National Security Agency, Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence, and Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). As Director of the CIA, General Hayden was responsible for overseeing the collection of information concerning the plans,…

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  • Brokering a convention, part IV

    Donald Trump had shrewdly set up headquarters for his team in the Horseshoe Casino in Cleveland's Tower City, smack in the heart of downtown. Reciprocity among casino owners was as advertised — legendary until it turned lethal — and Trump's excellent relationships throughout the gaming industry had opened all the…

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