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Mark Leibovich 18h
"Rather than condemn Russia for its actions, Mr. Trump in the past has said he accepts the denial offered by President Vladimir V. Putin." Trump’s Conspicuous Silence Leaves a Struggle Against Russia Without a Leader
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The Weekly Standard 18h
Jeff Bell was George Bailey
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James Pethokoukis 18h
"Officials in Brussels have already begun drafting possible retaliatory measures aimed at politically sensitive US products like Kentucky bourbon and Wisconsin dairy products." via
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Stephen Hayes 19h
"Sophie’s response was to forgo her litter box and deposit cat-dainty turds in the toes of my house slippers. (She knew, from careful observation, that the first thing I did when I fell out of bed every day was slide into my slippers.)"
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Bill Kristol 21h
“There are two groups that have created chaos more than the Russians and that’s the Democrats and the mainstream media.” So said WH deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley on Fox this morning. Question for COS Kelly and NSA McMaster: Is this the official position of the White House?
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Ayaan Hirsi Ali 21h
Powerful warning from on the risks of identity politics:
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Stephen Hayes 19h
From Phil Terzian: On Trump, military parades and history.
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Peter Wehner 21h
"reason depends on there being an objective reality and universal standards of logic. As Chekhov said, there is no national multiplication table" -- From an interview in with
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Jonah Goldberg Feb 16
Do it people. It's worth it.
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Garry Kasparov 21h
Trump had better acknowledge Russian interference now, because we're close to the point where Putin will boast about it.
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Alex Burns Feb 16
And yet every time Mueller does something that reveals how many unseen cards he has, there’s a new wave of commentary with the false premise that we’ve seen most/all the cards (to mix metaphors)
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Alex Burns Feb 16
CREW conveniently leaving out a key adjective here: "unwitting"
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Adam Rubenstein Feb 16
Podcast! In which Andy Ferguson, and I talk campus politics, identity politics, and defend the great
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John Podhoretz Feb 16
This review is so good I read it twice
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Charlie Sykes Feb 16
The Daily Standard Podcast is up. Andrew Ferguson and Adam Rubinstein join me ...
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Hadas Gold Feb 16
Keep in mind, this indictment says campaign officials were “unwitting” as in they were not aware. These people were posing as Americans
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Philip Klein Feb 16
So this is less about collusion to help Trump per se, indictment also says entities' goal was "spread[ing] distrust towards the candidates and the political system in general
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Stephen Hayes Feb 16
Imagine if the country were run by more hard-working, common-sensical midwesterners. I'd wager we'd be in a lot less trouble.
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Stephen Hayes Feb 16
Bob Corker says Donald Trump will be remembered for debasing the country. Why has he launched a “charm offensive” to win Trump’s approval?
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Stephen Hayes Feb 16
RIP, Fiscal Conservatism. A discouraging, in-depth look from and .
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