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ANDREW C. MCCARTHY — When they go low" . . . that's where they are sure to find Eric Holder. Sometimes, the former attorney general is excusing hard-Left, unrepentant, anti-American FALN separatists by helping a Democratic president spring them from imprisonment for their terrorist crimes. Sometimes, he is helping a Democratic president commute the sentences of hard-Left terrorists whose only regret was their failure to shoot it out against police who interrupted another bombing spree in their war against the United States.... (more)

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FOX NEWS — Freed American pastor Andrew Brunson met and prayed with President Trump in the Oval Office Saturday, thanking him for having "really fought for us" -- a day after his release from house arrest in Turkey.... (more)

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ART MOORE — Facebook's rejection of promotions for a film debuting this weekend in theaters across the nation is "censorship pure and simple," claims a producer of "Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer." Take it from the woman dubbed President Trump's "personal pastor."... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES — Hillary Clinton has given up her security clearance in the wake of the scandal over her handling of secret information on her email server, the Senate Judiciary Committee revealed Friday. Chairman Charles E. Grassley also revealed top Clinton aide Cheryl Mills and four others no longer have clearance.... (more)

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ART MOORE — A day after reports that the United States worked out a "secret deal" with Turkey, a Turkish court released American pastor Andrew Brunson on Friday. The North Carolina Christian minister had been held since October 2016 on unsubstantiated charges of terrorism and espionage by the hardline regime of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES — The exuberant, pugnacious, crockery-smashing billionaire president Americans elected in November 2016 is a much different man behind closed doors. Take it from the woman dubbed President Trump's "personal pastor." The Donald Trump that Florida evangelical minister Paula White sees is a good listener, a man who takes his faith seriously while not always being fluent in "Christianese" and, unlike so many of his predecessors, a politician who has kept his promises to faith voters and evangelical Christian groups after he won the presidency with the help of their votes.... (more)

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WASHINGTON EXAMINER — No Senate candidate has ever enjoyed more glowing media profiles than has Beto O'Rourke. Even President Barack Obama circa 2004 would have been embarrassed by the saccharine, formulaic paeans.... (more)

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JERRY NEWCOMBE — The recent Kavanaugh kerfuffle underscores an important lesson for all of us: Your integrity is your most important asset. Period. What else does anyone have, ultimately? Meanwhile, there are trolls amongst us who don't care about truth and other people's reputations.... (more)

3 days ago
NATIONAL REVIEW — Can you feel the excitement? Hillary Clinton is in The Atlantic, telling us how democracy is in crisis. She is on CNN, telling Christiane Amanpour that only when Democrats win back both the House and the Senate, "that's when civility can start again." She's on tour: Together with her husband, she plans to embark on a post-midterm 13-city romp during which they'll bedazzle audience members with "one-of-a-kind conversations [about] some of the most impactful moments in modern history."... (more)

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NATIONAL REVIEW — This is impetuous, but I think the electoral map has changed with the Kavanaugh decision. The Democrats avoided direct confrontation and tried to sandbag the nominee by a late allegation of sexual assault from 30 years before. They gambled that whipping up post-Weinstein militant-feminist support would induce the president to say something outrageous that would split his party and drench him in another momentary shower of confected outrage, such as during the partial migration ban, the Charlottesville imputations of softness toward Nazis and the Klan, the Helsinki comments, and the detention of abandoned minors of illegal immigrants at the southern borders.... (more)

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VICTOR DAVIS HANSON — When the Christine Ford saga finally ended with the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, a lot of truth had distilled out, along with the evaporation of prior pretensions and misconceptions.... (more)

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NATIONAL REVIEW — Tennessee representative Marsha Blackburn is firing back at Taylor Swift after the singer launched a broadside at her in endorsing her Democratic opponent in the race for the seat being vacated by Republican senator Bob Corker.... (more)

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CAL THOMAS — Arguably, a contributing factor to the continuation of abortion is that it is performed out of sight and thus, out of many minds. A film about one of the worst practitioners of abortion, Kermit Gosnell, opens Oct. 12 in at least 600 theaters. Gosnell is the Philadelphia abortionist sentenced in 2013 to life in prison without parole for the murder of a baby born alive in a botched abortion.... (more)

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NEWSMAX — The son of former National Security Adviser Susan Rice filed charges against one of his fellow Stanford University students for allegedly assaulting him during a rally for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. John Rice-Cameron, the president of the Stanford College Republicans (SCR), told police Melinda Hernandez physically pushed him during an event the SCR was holding Tuesday to promote support of Kavanaugh, who was confirmed to the nation's highest court last weekend.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES — With the Supreme Court nomination of Brett M. Kavanaugh completed, GOP senators are quickly pivoting to filling out the rest of the federal courts, eyeing more than 40 district and circuit judges they want to confirm before the end of the year. One top priority is filling the seat left vacant on the powerful D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals when Justice Kavanaugh was elevated.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES — President Trump, already the most media-accessible president in memory, is talking to journalists almost nonstop as his successes pile up ahead of the midterm elections. Take Tuesday, for example. Mr. Trump opened an Oval Office meeting to the press in late morning to accept the resignation of Nikki Haley as ambassador to the United Nations. Such a high-profile departure ordinarily wouldn't be a positive for the White House, but the president and Mrs. Haley made clear that the separation was friendly. They took questions from journalists for 20 minutes on a variety of subjects.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES — Rap star and Trump supporter Kanye West was the object of several racial attacks in a CNN segment Tuesday night, in which he was accused of being an illiterate token whom black people don't want to be black. In the segment presided over by a chuckling Don Lemon, CNN commentators Bakari Sellers and Tara Setmayer repeatedly attacked Mr. West, who will meet President Trump at the White House on Thursday, in terms immediately called out as racist -- albeit not on CNN.... (more)

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JOSEPH FARAH — In 1951, Upton Sinclair, the author of the anti-capitalist screed "The Jungle," who was fresh off two efforts at running for Congress on the Socialist Party ticket, wrote a letter to Norman Thomas, the party's perennial candidate for president.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES — With an unassuming air and a black Toyota Tundra he says was "the first new vehicle I've ever purchased," Beto O'Rourke has campaigned thousands of miles across Texas and risen to national prominence on a workaday image that aligns with his politics, but not his personal finances.... (more)

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WASHINGTON TIMES — The Oregon Republican Party filed a complaint Wednesday against Democratic Gov. Kate Brown over multiple allegations that she used public funds for campaign purposes. The complaint cited a Project Veritas sting in which former Brown campaign manager Michael Kolenc alleged he was fired in 2016 because Ms. Brown's chief-of-staff wanted to run the political operation, a violation of state law.... (more)

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NATIONAL REVIEW — FBI director Christopher Wray said Wednesday that China trumps Russia as a counterintelligence threat to the U.S. "China in many ways represents the broadest, most complicated, most long-term counterintelligence threat we face," Wray told the Senate Homeland Security Committee. "Russia is in many ways fighting to stay relevant after the fall of the Soviet Union. They're fighting today's fight. China's is fighting tomorrow's fight."... (more)

4 days ago
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — The surprise resignation of Nikki Haley as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations has triggered a scramble to find a replacement as the public face of the Trump administration at the world body.... (more)

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NEWS BUSTERS — In four weeks, Americans go to the polls for the midterm elections that the news media are casting as a referendum on the Trump presidency. Over the summer, the broadcast networks have continued to pound Donald Trump and his team with the most hostile coverage of a President in TV news history -- 92 percent negative, vs. just eight percent positive.... (more)

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BYRON YORK — Not long after a 2017 meeting in which Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein reportedly discussed wearing a wire to secretly record conversations with President Trump, two top officials in the meeting, FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and bureau lawyer Lisa Page, went to the office of a third FBI official, general counsel James Baker.... (more)

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ALAN KEYES — Many constitutional aims and purposes seem to be forgotten in this era of purely self-serving, factional politics. Among them are the aims and purposes of the "separation of powers." Overacted partisanship means that the distinction of powers makes less and less difference, especially when it comes to relations between Congress and the president. When controlled by different parties, it's taken for granted by most people that those relations will be adversarial. When the same party controls both branches, people expect the two branches to be fellow travelers.... (more)

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