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Bill Kristol 3h
It would be nice if the president of the United States were nearly as tough on sexual predators as he is on shoplifters.
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Bill Kristol 6h
President Trump might want to re-read Psalm 107, especially verse 40: "He poureth contempt upon princes, and causeth them to wander in the waste, where there is no way."
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Bill Kristol 6h
Here's Psalm 107, perhaps the core text for Thanksgiving.
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Bill Kristol 6h
"Bradford led the new arrivals in thanking God...by reciting verses from Psalm 107. Curiously, Ainsworth’s annotations to verse 32 of that psalm are essentially from an English version of Maimonides’ comprehensive legal code, the Mishneh Torah..."
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KristolConvos Nov 20
Will millennials become more conservative as they age? Pollster and analyst, shares her thoughts:
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Andrew C. McCarthy 21h
I emphatically agree w/ - nullify the non-disclosure agreements. Should be presuming *against* government secrecy. My column
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Rachael Larimore 23h
Wow, our archives are proving pretty useful this week.
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Stephen Hayes 22h
On the growing divide on Roy Moore between the Trump WH & sane Republicans. A good joint.
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Rob Bluey 20h
This is appalling: “There’s no process by which voters — or potential employees — can find out who the harassers in office are, what they’ve been accused of, or if they’ve settled with victims before.”
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Bill Kristol 22h
The GOP tax bill's bringing out my inner socialist. The sex scandals are bringing out my inner feminist. Donald Trump and Roy Moore are bringing out my inner liberal. WHAT IS HAPPENING?
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Jake Tapper Nov 21
I wonder if any member of Congress will introduce legislation to attempt to render null and void the NDAs from sexual misconduct settlements with members of Congress, so their survivors can talk if they wish.
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Bill Kristol Nov 21
Some prominent Alabaman, a respected conservative, might want to step up and say he's willing to be a write-in candidate, to give some of these Republicans who can't get to a vote for Jones a place to go. Otherwise there's a risk they'll default back to Moore by election day...
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Bill Kristol Nov 21
An interesting test for sober, institutionalist & reformist Dems & Reps: Are you going to take the secret sex harassment settlements scandal seriously & insist on sunlight, or are you going to keep your head down? The latter opens the door for demagogues to exploit in a big way.
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Bill Kristol Nov 21
Leadership addressing the sex harassment settlements by promising "reforms to the system." Fine. But it's first and foremost a scandal that needs to be exposed. And it's the exposure--who did what, when? who knew about it? who failed to act?--that will be politically explosive.
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Allahpundit Nov 21
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Bill Kristol Nov 21
I am, to say the least, no expert on NDAs. But it seems obvious their use has spread far beyond what might be considered legitimate business considerations. Shouldn’t the ABA or Congress take a look at their use and abuse? (A good issue for a reformist politician, no?)
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Alt-SeanSpicer'sMic Nov 20
Oh😤 My😤 What the Bleeping..bleepity bleeping is THIS!!! The Congressional Sexual Harassment NDA is WAY worse than what was expressed to me. 6 pages of full on CYA the Harasser, Victim SOL cc
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Bill Kristol Nov 21
"The House has paid millions of dollars to settle lawsuits. Which of our elected representatives were bailed out of possible legal trouble? They should be held accountable. It’s our money. They’re our representatives. We deserve to know what happened."
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Bill Kristol Nov 21
Any 2018 House (or Senate) challenger can run against Congress as a whole, against the leadership of both parties, against the secret system that covers up incumbents' misdeeds, and against various aspects of the seniority system.
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Bill Kristol Nov 21
It will be interesting to see which House members suddenly decide it's time to retire.
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