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  • The Next Christie Interview

    Politico's Maggie Haberman lays out the questions that remain in the aftermath of the epic “Longest Day” press conference by Chris Christie last week. The two question she left out of an otherwise superb list is “When and how does he next engage with the press on this subject?” Of…

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  • Alert, Traffic Jam In New Jersey

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    Alert, Traffic Jam In New Jersey

    A funny thing happened in New Jersey when the governor woke up and found himself in the middle of a month's old traffic scandal over a lane closure on a bridge from Gotham city to Ft. Lee. And would you believe it……..The media was all over this story like a…

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  • The NFL Draft And The GOP 2016 Nominating Rules

    The NFL Draft And The GOP 2016 Nominating Rules

    Stay with me on this one. The country's obsession with the NFL Draft has a lot to do with how you ought to think about the GIOP nominating process. My Monday Washington Examiner column continues my look at what the Republican National Committee is doing to reform the presidential nominating…

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  • Ray Kurzweil – Rebecca Costa

    Raymond “Ray” Kurzweil is an American author, inventor, futurist, and director of engineering at Google. Kurzweil was the principal inventor of the first CCD flat-bed scanner, the first omni-font optical character recognition, the first print-to-speech reading machine for the blind, the first text-to-speech synthesizer, the first music synthesizer capable of…

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  • With Larry Kudlow To Discuss The Happiest Life

    With Larry Kudlow To Discuss The Happiest Life

    I begin Saturday with a chat with the always happy Larry Kudlow, who is featured in The Happiest Life for just that reason. We will talk about the book, and no doubt about Governor Christie and this story –surprise, surprise– as well. Join us via TuneIn or direct to his…

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  • If You Read Just Two Things About Ariel Sharon

    read this salute from Israel's former ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren and this salute from Jeffrey Godlberg. The New York Times' obit is of course thorough, but Oren and Goldberg knew him and know why he was a great leader by any measure of any country or people.

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  • How Obamacare Killed The Jobs Market

    Economists are “disappointed” with the 74,000 number for new jobs created in December. Not as disappointed as those looking who couldn't find jobs or those who gave up long ago. What did economists expect with the crashing boulder of Obamacare headed downhill towards American employers? Some things are obvious. One…

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