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  • Obama’s “Dream” and the Abortion Nightmare

    Obama’s “Dream” and the Abortion Nightmare

    Barack Obama won the presidency in large part through promises to unify America and close painful gaps in our society. Unfortunately, he missed an important chance to advance that process on the recent 41st anniversary of the Roe Vs. Wade decision on abortion. The president could have acknowledged the thousands…

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  • The Good News About The SOTU

    The Good News About The SOTU

    Tonight's State of the Union will inevitably be viewed differently by people who have watched Nettflix's “Mitt” over the past five days than by those who are simply sick and tired of the droning president. The audio and transcript of my interview with Mitt Romney from Monday are here. Reactions…

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  • The House GOP Sounds Retreat (Or Should)

    Even The New York Times admits 2014 is a GOP year this morning. That could change of course –if Israel attacks Iran and the president strongly backs Israel (much as 1962′s election trends and results changed when the Cuban Missile Crisis came and went) or if one or more high…

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  • “More on Walt Disney” By Clark S. Judge

    The weekly column from Clark Judge: More on Walt DisneyBy Clark S. Judge: managing director, White House Writers Group, Inc.; chairman, Pacific Research Institute Usually my columns stand by themselves. This one is an exception. It is a follow-on to last week's, which concerned Meryl Streep's charge that Walt Disney…

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  • “Mitt”

    I wasn't going to watch Netflix's “Mitt,” assuming that like all campaign post-mortems it would serve the agendas of those who wrote or produced them, but my son urged me to so, and I have begun watching it. A third of the way through it –paused now after Mitt Romney…

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  • Winter-Spring Of 2016: Common Sense Envelops The GOP

    Winter-Spring Of 2016: Common Sense Envelops The GOP

    This week past, the Republican National Committee, ably led by Wisconsin's Reince Priebus, put into effect reforms of the presidential nominating process that greatly simplify and shorten the primary season and, when combined with the two others reforms that are coming –an early convention in June or early July, and…

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  • Joe Pantoliano – Rebecca Costa

    Joseph Peter “Joe” Pantoliano is an American film and television actor. He played the character of Ralph Cifaretto on The Sopranos, Bob Keane in La Bamba, Cypher in The Matrix, Guido “the Killer Pimp” in Risky Business, and Jennifer Tilly's violent mobster boyfriend, Caesar, in Bound. Beyond his impressive acting…

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