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  • @IsOhioBetterOff

    @IsOhioBetterOff

    The Cleveland Plain Dealer continues its in-depth series on Ohio Governor John Kasich with part four of five today. Today is the deep dive on Kasich's first term as governor; tomorrow a look at his presidential prospects. A new Twitter account is open @IsOhioBetterOff that suggests a nice contrast for…

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  • David Rivkin: Russia’s Actions Violate Geneva Conventions

    David Rivkin's latest piece on how Russia's actions in Ukraine clearly violate the Geneva Conventions: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/russias-actions-in-ukraine-clearly-violate-the-geneva-conventions/2014/05/06/74c8fcde-d22f-11e3-937f-d3026234b51c_story.html The post David Rivkin: Russia's Actions Violate Geneva Conventions appeared first on Bill Bennett's Morning in America.

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  • Why the Left Doesn’t Care about Bad Economic News

    Most conservatives, and just about all independents, have a huge misperception of the left. They think that the gulf between conservatism and leftism is primarily about means, not goals. This perception is wrong. It is their goals that are irreconcilable. And until conservatives, independents and the Republican Party understand this,…

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  • Heather Mac Donald: The Obama Administration’s Deserving Victims

    Heather Mac Donald explains why the campus sexual-assault controversy is of liberal higher education's own making: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/377492/obama-administrations-deserving-victims-heather-mac-donald The post Heather Mac Donald: The Obama Administration's Deserving Victims appeared first on Bill Bennett's Morning in America.

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  • “Narrow Networks”

    As the president and his team continue to try to spin the unspinnable, new terms are arising to describe what we used to call “crummy healthcare.” Today's New York Times has a wonderful new entry in the category of Obamacare-derived terminolgy: “narrow networks.” The description: These so-called narrow networks, featuring…

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