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Military Members Rally to Honor Peter Wang, JROTC Hero Killed During Florida School Shooting
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Alireza Nader 1h
The most powerful cultural and political force in Iran is no longer reformism or the “moderation” current, but the belief that a real Iranian Republic responsible to its people can and should emerge.
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Varad Mehta 6h
"What changes did the Republican party forgo by nominating and electing Donald Trump?" might be a more interesting question than how he has changed the GOP. addressess both in his excellent cover story in the latest .
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Bill Kristol 1h
To avoid detection and persecution by the authorities, may I recommend Leo Strauss, Persecution and the Art of Writing (1952)?
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Thoughtful and thought-provoking column by .
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Bill Kristol 4h
It would be interesting if some credible candidates in Republican Senate or House primaries this year decide to test the proposition that to win a GOP primary you have to be in total accord with the NRA and absolutist on the 2nd amendment.
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Bill Kristol 4h
Leaving aside all the public information and comments by Trump by 2014 suggesting that he was thinking of running in 2016, maybe Trump told the Russians directly he was thinking of running on his visit to Moscow in November, 2013?
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The more I think about a White House official--not a Fox commentator or an RNC hack--saying this, the more appalled I am. He should be fired.
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Bill Kristol 7h
The key, desperate (and false) claim of Trump and his supporters is, "Case closed." Trump seems desperately worried about what will be discovered if the case remains open. Of course it does remain open. What this suggests is that Trump will look for any opportunity to close it.
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Bill Kristol 8h
The Mueller investigation is important & it needs to be defended. But we who were never Trump were so before we knew of Russian interference, let alone WH obstruction of justice. We opposed Trump due to his character & unfitness for high office. I for one haven't changed my mind.
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Bill Kristol 8h
Here's Fred Barnes on Jeff Bell, who was a great "influence on national figures like Ronald Reagan and Jack Kemp....He died last week at 74, still focused on shattering impediments to economic freedom."
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His friend and colleague John Mueller on the late Jeff Bell: "Jeff Bell was a real-life George Bailey: an accomplished and decent man who shaped important events by helping others achieve their own greatness, mostly without recognition himself."
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John Noonan Feb 14
You were fortunate enough to see a joint F-15 and A-10 flyover of Colonel Leo Thorsness’ internment at Arlington Cemetery. 10 Air Medals, 2 Purple Hearts, 2 Bronze Stars, 6 Distinguished Flying Crosses, 2 Silver Stars, and the Medal Of Honor.
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Ayaan Hirsi Ali 13h
Powerful warning from on the risks of identity politics:
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John McCormack 11h
Andy Ferguson on cats and dogs:
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Lindsay Shepherd 12h
Harvard! Today! 🇺🇸
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Andy Smarick Feb 16
I'm a fan of just about all of 's interviews--extended conversations with great guests about important subjects. But is especially entertaining and provocative.
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Bill Kristol 11h
The Mueller indictments and McMaster's remarks in Munich are a reminder of how fortunate it is that McMaster replaced Flynn as national security advisor a month into the Trump presidency.
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Bill Kristol 11h
No question that had a better 2016 than I did...
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Bill Kristol 12h
I'm old enough to remember when self-styled populists like argued the political views of hard-working high school graduates who'd made it in the real world (like ) deserved as much respect as those of an Ivy League alum who'd spent her adult life in DC.
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