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July 25, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — Faced with a near-mutiny on the left, Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz abruptly announced her resignation Sunday, injecting a new round of unwelcome drama for Hillary Clinton just as her presidential-coronation convention kicks off.... (more)


July 25, 2016
JOHN FUND — Could the presidential election be decided by two competing "October Surprises" based on leaked information? One from WikiLeaks could involve the deleted e-mails from Hillary Clinton's private server and could be related to the FBI's ongoing investigation of the Clinton Foundation.... (more)


July 25, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — Just as his second term is winding down, President Obama says he really has hit his stride in office. In an interview broadcast Sunday, the president painted an optimistic picture about the state of the country, saying his team is "operating at peak level."... (more)


July 25, 2016
JOE KOVACS — Less than a week after a Muslim teen from Afghanistan used an ax to slash passengers aboard a train in Germany, a Syrian refugee in Germany used to a machete to hack to death a pregnant woman Sunday before he was run over by a man driving a BMW.... (more)


July 24, 2016
CONSERVATIVE REVIEW — Voters approve of Ted Cruz's decision not to endorse Donald Trump, according to a recent poll conducted by Echelon Insights. -... (more)


July 24, 2016
POLITICUS USA — The myth that Donald Trump is a special political ratings draw was smashed as Trump's acceptance speech had about the same number of viewers as Mitt Romney's did in 2012, and 10 million fewer viewers than John McCain did in 2008.... (more)


July 24, 2016
TIMOTHY P. CARNEY — Conservatives used to mock Barack Obama's self-aggrandizing promises in his 2008 convention speech, including Obama's promise to stop the rise of the oceans. It was typical Utopian liberalism -- a bottomless faith in the power of big government.... (more)


July 24, 2016
NEWSMAX — In his first interview since the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump said he prevented Ted Cruz from being ripped off the stage by entering Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena as hundreds of angry delegates lashed out at the Texas senator.... (more)


July 24, 2016
CNN — Veteran journalists Carl Bernstein and Jeff Greenfield discuss Trump's GOP Convention speech and the media's failure to deeply investigate both candidates.... (more)


July 24, 2016
NEWSMAX — Keith Olbermann, former MSNBC host, posed the question, "Could Donald Trump pass a sanity test?" in Vanity Fair Thursday and concluded that no, the GOP nominee could not.... (more)


July 24, 2016


July 24, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — Sen. Tim Kaine hit the campaign trail for the first time Saturday as the Democratic Party's vice presidential nominee, trashing Republican Donald Trump and vowing that he and Hillary Clinton will pursue a "strong, progressive agenda" in the White House.... (more)


July 24, 2016
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — Democratic National Convention officials have stripped party chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz of a speaking slot at the event next week, according to CNN.... (more)


July 24, 2016
DAILY CALLER, MAY 5, 2016 — After acknowledging he will now raise money for the general election, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has named a national finance chairman who has a history with some organizations that could clash with his conservative populist message.... (more)


July 23, 2016
CLIFF KINCAID — It is not unusual for a politician to change his mind, even on critical national security matters. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) essentially flip-flopped on the damage done by NSA defector Edward Snowden. He went from saying that Snowden may have violated the law to accusing the NSA defector of being an outright traitor.... (more)


July 23, 2016
CBS NEWS — Donald Trump's restraint on the topic of Ted Cruz Thursday gave way to more expansive remarks Friday that ranged from his own comments earlier this year linking Cruz's father to Lee Harvey Oswald to Cruz's failure to endorse him.... (more)


July 23, 2016


July 23, 2016
THE AMERICAN SPECTATOR — This should be the last time I write against Donald Trump all year. Okay, all you conservatives who supported Donald Trump before he officially became the Republican Party's official nominee last night: Now, you own him. He's all yours.... (more)


July 23, 2016
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY — You reap what you sow. For a generation since Ronald Reagan left Washington -- that would be the Ronald Reagan who knew that "I'm from the government and I'm here to help" was a punch line -- the "conservative" Republican party has sown an incoherent statism that has trouble telling the good guys from the bad guys.... (more)


July 22, 2016
CTV NEWS — American voters who fear a Donald Trump presidency but are not totally convinced by the idea of Hillary Clinton in the Oval Office have turned to Google in search of a third option. According to new data from Google Trends, the search engine saw a significant spike in searches for "3rd party candidate 2016" since the Republican National Convention kicked off on Monday.... (more)


July 22, 2016
TOM HOEFLING — Sometimes you can learn more about a politician by paying close attention to what he doesn't say than by what he does say. So I'm not going to point in this missive much to the things Trump said, or shouted, from the podium last night at the close of the 2016 GOP convention.... (more)


July 22, 2016
DAILY MAIL — An 18-year-old German-Iranian man who complained he had been bullied killed nine people then himself during a gun rampage through Munich yesterday, with police probing claims he lured some of his young victims to their deaths with a promise of free McDonald's food.... (more)


July 22, 2016
WASHINGTON TIMES — Donald Trump completed his takeover of the Republican Party on Thursday, claiming the presidential nomination, calling for unity within the party and holding himself out as the real agent of change all voters have been waiting for.... (more)


July 22, 2016
PHILIP KLEIN — As Mike Pence accepted the Republican Party's nomination for vice president, I witnessed a supporter of Donald Trump and a Ted Cruz backer in a nearly chest-to-chest shouting match in the back of the convention floor, fighting over Cruz's non-endorsement.... (more)


July 22, 2016
TIMOTHY P. CARNEY — "Conscience," it seems, is a curse word to the followers of Donald Trump. But as our institutions fail and true leaders are scarce, and times grow dark for all who care about liberty and the rule of law, the only light we have left is conscience.... (more)


 

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