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Paglia on Trump: and Fiorina, Oh My

In her recent Salon interview, Camille Paglia said this about Donald Trump, and the campaign in general so far: So far this year, I’m happy with what Trump has done, because he’s totally blown up the media!  All of a sudden, “BOOM!”  That lack of caution and shooting from the hip. He’s not a president, […]

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Hope, and Prayer

As I said in my last post, I do not feel competent to offer solace to the other victims in this scandal: the women who have been cheated, by themselves, and by pressure tactics from having their children. They too pay a heavy price. While I don’t have any personal experience of this, my dearest […]

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Planned Parenthood: The Third Video

Archbishop Cranmer Tweeted this recently The problem with the postmodern political consensus is that it rejects good and evil, and relativises morality. Most voters do neither. — Archbishop Cranmer (@His_Grace) July 28, 2015 Well, we hope they don’t anyway. But the thing is; if they never see or hear about the story, does it exist […]

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The Willful Blindness of an IRS Sycophant

Remember Sleepless in Seattle, the 1993 romantic comedy starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan? Well, there should be a remake of that film entitled Clueless in Washington. But it wouldn’t be romantic and it wouldn’t be a comedy. Though there would be a laughable aspect to this film, because it would be about an editorial […]

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Helpful Advice for Jeb Bush and other Candidates: Shrinking Government Is the only Effective Way to Reduce Washington Corruption

A few days ago, I had some fun by writing a tongue-in-cheek column about the world’s most misleading headlines. Today, I want to share a strong contestant for the world’s most depressing headline. It’s from The Hill, and it’s the lead to a story about giddy times for Washington’s lobbying community. So why are lobbyists […]

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Iran, Hubris, Appeasement, and Despotry

View image | gettyimages.com Jonathan S. Tobin had some thought on the Iran treaty, they’re good thoughts, well presented, so let’s look in on them. Following through on its strategy of trying to make Congressional approval of the Iran nuclear deal irrelevant, the Obama administration pushed through a resolutionimplementing the agreement today at the United […]

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