• “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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  • Backgrounder on Libya by John Ford

    This is a guest post by John Ford. He previously contributed a series of posts on Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Nigeria, Mali, Congo, Burma, and Singapore. He can be found on twitter at @johndouglasford. THE REAL PROBLEM IN LIBYA By John Ford With Congress about to begin hearings investigating the…

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  • The Rubio Revival

    The Rubio Revival

    National Review's Eliana Johnson takes a look at the return of Marco Rubio to conservative center stage. If you haven't noticed, Johnson has joined the Washington Post's Robert Costa, Townhall.com's Guy P. Benson and the Washington Examiner's David Drucker as very wired into the right.

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  • The GOP 2016 In Johnny Cleveland’s Town

    The GOP 2016 In Johnny Cleveland’s Town

    My Monday Washington Examiner column reviews all the reasons to send the 2016 GOP Convention to Cleveland. The biggest reason of all is that the GOP cannot win –has never won– the White House without Ohio's electoral votes, and that it is the definition of a swing state, going to…

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  • Naming The Benghazi Committee

    Naming The Benghazi Committee

    By the end of the day, we will not only know the names selected in the First Round of the NFL Draft, far more importantly we will know whom Speaker John Boehner has selected to serve alongside Chairman Trey Gowdy on the Select Committee on Benghazi. We will also know…

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