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  • How Republicans can beat Clinton in November

    My ritual declarations of neutrality are less and less persuasive to more and more people diving into the scrum that is the GOP presidential nomination process. But it is still the case that my radio show remains open to all three of the GOP candidates still in the field, and…

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  • White House “Diaper Agenda” Exposes Liberal Lunacy

    White House “Diaper Agenda” Exposes Liberal Lunacy

    With much fanfare, the White House announced a new “diaper agenda” complete with a speech by the president and a demand for $10 million in taxpayer funds. The new program means to address the newly discovered “diaper divide” in which “nearly 1 in 3 families reportedly struggle to afford diapers…

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  • Blame Uncertainty, Not “Amnesty” for Rubio’s Fall

    Blame Uncertainty, Not “Amnesty” for Rubio’s Fall

    Conventional wisdom says Marco Rubio's co-sponsorship of immigration reform in 2013 doomed his presidential candidacy, allowing opponents to smear him as advocating “amnesty.” Actually, the reform bill never authorized amnesty but did provide a difficult path to legal status – a position that most Republicans, and even bigger majorities of…

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  • The Trump Solution to the Clinton Problem

    by Garrett M. Fahy He is, to quote Steve Martin, rude, crude, and socially unacceptable. He is, thanks to GOP primary voters, also holding the most delegates, 458, he has won the most states (15), and fresh off another dominating performance last Tuesday, when he won 3 of 4 contests,…

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  • The Left May Well Get Trump Nominated

    This past Friday, a left-wing mob shut down a Donald Trump rally in Chicago. Most Americans viewing what happened saw it for what it was — another left-wing assault on the speech of those with whom they differ and on traditional American civility. Not surprisingly, the media reporting has concentrated…

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  • Could Anyone Replace Trump?

    Could Anyone Replace Trump?

    A quick thought experiment reveals the real nature of the movement Donald Trump has inspired. Imagine that Mr. Trump, who turns 70 in June, suffered a sudden health crisis and became incapacitated. Could anyone possibly replace him as head of his movement–advancing his ideals and programs to “make America great…

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