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Dan McLaughlin 8h
"These seemingly anodyne, Hallmark-y words, when taken seriously, are the most subversive words that could be uttered, then or now, on a college campus—a place where subversive words are supposed to be prized and protected but often aren’t."
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Stephen Hayes 8h
Andrew Ferguson on Barbara Bush and life priorities.
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Jenna Lifhits 9h
something of a tick-tock from the last week, ahead of the committee vote Monday
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Gen Michael Hayden 9h
Coming 1 May. My take on truth, post-truth and the survival of American values and American institutions.
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The Weekly Standard 15h
Nikki Haley doesn't get confused.
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Fact Check 18h
A senseless headline shrouds some legitimate news.
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The Weekly Standard 19h
Ted Cruz is still favored even with Quinnipiac poll showing Beto O'Rourke close.
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Josh Gerstein 19h
BREAKING: Embattled Trump attorney Michael Cohen drops libel suits against BuzzFeed & Fusion GPS
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Mike Allen 20h
leading AM ... Trump's strategy for summit w/ Kim Jong-Un, via : ''Just get me in the room with the guy and I’ll figure it out"
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Andrew Egger Apr 18
Replying to @EggerTWS
I was calling to get a comment on the latest ABC poll that has Kelli Ward in the lead and Arpaio slipping to third. His response to that: "This is an ABC local liberal poll, so I don't have any confidence in that."
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Andrew Egger Apr 18
Replying to @EggerTWS
"I've got news for him and everybody else that says I'm just doing this to get my name in the paper, which I do every day. I'm taking this serious, and I expect to win."
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Andrew Egger Apr 18
Just called what I thought was Joe Arpaio's Senate campaign office before realizing I was talking to Arpaio himself. He took the opportunity to tell me his opinion of people like Sen. Jeff Flake who have suggested his campaign is a joke:
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Stephen Hayes Apr 18
Replying to @stephenfhayes
Also an important reminder that meetings are not victories and that agreements are rarely ends in themselves.
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Stephen Hayes Apr 18
So good. Revisiting Obama’s “win” on Syria’s WMD.
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Stephen Hayes Apr 18
Replying to @DavidAFrench
Reevaluating my tremendous admiration for
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Dana Perino Apr 18
An honor to pay tribute to the incredible Barbara Bush this morning on . In loving memory of such an amazing woman. Link to read my memory of her: ❤️
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Economics21 Apr 18
This year, Washington will spend a near-record $33,054 per household and collect $26,198 per household in taxes. The resulting budget deficit of $6,856 per household will bring the total national debt to nearly $170,000 per household.
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Rachael Larimore Apr 18
It’s Matt Labash, on how millennials are ruining his favorite pastime. You’re welcome.
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The Weekly Standard Apr 18
The Kim regime craves legitimacy and prestige above all else, and by sending one of President Donald Trump’s closest confidantes, the U.S. is giving North Korea what it wants.
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Thomas Joscelyn Apr 17
This is big news if his identity is confirmed 👇. The U.S. government should have held Mohammed Zammar (9/11 suspect), as opposed to having him shipped off to Bashar al Assad's prisons. We've warned about Zammar being freed in Syria since at least 2013:
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