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Bill Kristol 2h
Trump is, if I may say, a fake Christian who claims his opponent is "against God". Matt on the other hand is genuinely concerned by the damage Trump is doing to his own and others' sincere testimony as a Christian.
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Bill Kristol 2h
Matt from North Carolina will vote this year for the first time for a Democrat for president. “Trump’s lies and corruption are doing immeasurable damage to my testimony as a Christian and to the collective testimony of Christians all across this nation.”
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Jason Zengerle Aug 6
On the occasion of Brian Hook's departure from the State Department, this may be my favorite scene that I have personally witnessed during the Trump years.
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Bill Kristol 4h
Elijah is a college student, a conservative, who understands that his principles won't allow him to vote for Donald Trump. Needless to say, welcomes the voices of other students who want to step forth. Don't defer to your elders! Make your views known.
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Bill Kristol 4h
So sorry to hear of the death of Stephen Williams, for whom I had enormous respect as a public servant and as a man. I look forward to reading his book on Vasily Maklakov, a Russian reformer caught a century ago between illiberalism of the left and right.
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Bill Kristol 4h
It's heartening to see all the Federalist Society "originalists" and "constitutionalists" and "Article 1 project" types stepping up to say that constitutional government does not mean government by executive orders or even fake executive orders.
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Bill Kristol 5h
"The president’s advisers blame America First for its struggles. They point to its...[$4m ad] that spotlighted Pence but made no mention of Trump." FYI: Trump's Super PAC is run by Brian Walsh, an establishment Republican who'd shed no tears if Trump lost.
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Bill Kristol 5h
Forget about the legislative branch, people "want leaders who get things done," reads better in the original Italian or German or Russian. If the liberal tradition of representative government and the rule of law stands for anything, it stands against this.
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toomas hendrik ilves 13h
A stunning, gobsmacking article: it's all far worse than even I, with my preternatural pessimism, could ever have imagined. The US is in genuinely serious, serious security trouble. As are we, America's allies.
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Bill Kristol 6h
A better president than the current occupant of the Oval Office. And a better man.
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Nicholas Grossman Aug 8
In case it isn’t obvious to you yet, Trump’s play is: 1) Convince supporters COVID’s not risky 2) Cast doubt on mail-in voting 3) Disrupt USPS 4) Get supporters to vote in person 5) Lead on Election Night 6) Declare victory 7) Disenfranchise presumably Biden-leaning mail-in votes
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SICK OF Agolf Twitler Aug 8
I love Republicans Against Trump. I especially Love Ex-military, Republicans Against Trump! Check out this website featuring story after story of why these patriots support Joe Biden and Not Trump! Please Retweet and Donate if you can.
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Bill Kristol Aug 6
An important thread. And and I discussed this question in our conversation yesterday, at .
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Bill Kristol 17h
“Since the start of the pandemic, the U.S. response has been plagued by a chronic shortage of diagnostic tests, the supplies needed to run them and the lab capacity to process them in a reasonable time to maximize their effectiveness...” Such a disgrace.
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Bill Kristol 17h
“A senior administration official involved in the pandemic response said, ‘Everyone is busy trying to create a Potemkin village for him every day. You’re not supposed to see this behavior in liberal democracies founded on principles of rule of law.’”
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Bill Kristol 17h
“Nearly seven months after the first coronavirus case was reported in the United States, there still is no national strategy to contain the outbreak.” This is the point. All the rest is commentary.
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Bill Kristol 19h
“All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.” Those were the days...
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Jim Swift 19h
And you wonder why some of us are in the Burn It Down camp
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Jay Nordlinger Aug 8
What an interesting detail -- the kind baseball is replete with. "A pesky switch-hitter, Clarke broke up three potential no-hitters during the 1970 season, all in the ninth inning ... and all, remarkably, within one month."
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(((Howard Forman))) Aug 8
VAST improvement from today w/ sub 10% positive rate for first time in months. Mask ordinances - June 18/19 Peak new daily infections - ~June 29 Bar closures - June 29 Peak hospitalizations - July 13 Peak deaths -~ july 24- July 30 This isn't magic. It takes effort.
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