• Who’s Racist?

    No day passes without a Democratic politician, a left-wing commentator, or, if I may be excused a redundancy, a left-wing academic labeling Republicans and conservatives racist. Given the power of repetition, one consequence is that many Americans, especially young ones, believe that one side of the political spectrum — the…

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  • President Chance the Gardener: 30 Months To Go

    President Chance the Gardener: 30 Months To Go

    President Obama defended his actions today…. That's like the opening line in the refrain in a cover version of “American Pie” for the worst president in modern times. It isn't even remarkable that Susan Rice managed to pull a major lie out of her hat on the Sunday shows yet…

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  • Jake Tapper On The Bergdahl-Taliban Deal

    CNN's Jake Tapper broke the story of many of the key aspects of the Gitmo terrorists-for-Sgt.-Bergdohl story yesterday, and was my guest in hour one today. Tapper notes that much of the negotiation concerning Bergdohl happened on Hillary's watch and will be fair game for her book tour interviews upcoming…

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  • Hillary In The Dock

    Hillary's book tour sit downs with journalists begin soon. My Monday Washington Examiner column lays out how a serious journalist would frame the questions on Benghazi for Hillary. Given that the leaked Benghazi chapter was intended to foreclose tough, sustained questions on the subject, the pressure will be Diane Sawyer,…

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  • “It is our job to figure out what happened.”

    “It is inaccurate to state that every single one of them was influenced by this hateful video.” This statement is part of Hillary's 36 page “fog of war” chapter on Benghazi, a chapter obtained at least in part by Politico's Maggie Haberman, and it appears to be indicative of how…

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  • When Your Book Is Instantly Discredited

    Phillip Longman is “a Senior Research Fellow with the New America, where he works on health care delivery system reform and issues related to market concentration. He is also the senior editor of Washington Monthly and a lecturer at Johns Hopkins, where he teaches health care policy.” “His work on…

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