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Alexandra DeSanctis
Staff writer at National Review. Published in , , . Notre Dame alum. Romans 8:38.
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Alexandra DeSanctis 3h
Never did I ever think I’d be out here siding with the former president and CEO of *Planned Parenthood* but these are the times we’re living in...
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David French 7h
"Allowing misinformation" is a clever way of reframing the real point -- Zuckerberg is rightly saying that Big Tech restriction of political speech opens Pandora's Box, and the proper response to "misinformation" is public correction, not private censorship.
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Alexandra DeSanctis 5h
“Would you support any restriction on abortion procedures, and, if so, what would it be?” Why won’t journalists ask Democratic presidential candidates these simple, fundamental questions? My latest:
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Alexandra DeSanctis 5h
. announced earlier this week that the theme for the 2020 march will be “Life Empowers: Pro-Life is Pro-Woman.” Even more exciting: Students from my high school, Oakcrest School, will carry the banner at the head of the march.
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
Hey I started it by attacking fake Nats fans, he just decided to jump in and take some of the heat
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National Review Oct 16
Journalists, Ask Democrats Real Questions about Abortion via
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Jeanne F. Mancini Oct 16
This needs to be said/asked! Thanks for writing this piece
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
My latest, on journalists’ persistent refusal to ask Democrats real questions about abortion policy:
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
Replying to @EsotericCD
Respect that
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
Replying to @MichaelRWear
These people need hobbies.
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
Replying to @EireannDolan
You’re allowed to do whatever you want, assuming you don’t base your decisions on the opinions of random strangers on the internet.
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
Replying to @JamesHasson20
The Nationals didn’t exist when I started watching baseball!
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
it will never cease to amaze me how incensed people get over the random and unimportant opinions of strangers on the internet
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Jerry Dunleavy Oct 16
This is the correct take. D.C. is not a real city — stay loyal to your hometown team.
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
Replying to @NathanWurtzel
Agree, which is why I said “baseball fans who move”
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
It’s not a rule, it’s an opinion. Please do feel free to ignore the opinions of random strangers on the internet with whom you disagree.
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
Replying to @brig_flaherty25
Agreed, which is why I say baseball fans who move to dc. Getting into baseball in dc and then rooting for the Nats is respectable and commendable
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
Replying to @lindseyadler
I’m actually not a Nats fan, but alright
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
instant karma
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Alexandra DeSanctis Oct 16
I’m sorry, but I just do not have respect for baseball fans who move to DC from other parts of the country and become Nationals fans.
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