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The Strangest Moments of Jeb and Barbara Bush's Derry Town Hall

Derry, N.H. — “I really didn’t plan on this,” Barbara Bush said, introducing her son Jeb Bush to the crowd gathered for a town hall at a middle school here. It was the first time the matriarch of the Bush family has hit the trail with...Show More Summary

How the Terrain Shifts in New Hampshire

New Hampshire doesn’t usually reward winners of Iowa, and if you look at the terrain there you can see why (I went over this with the invaluable Henry Olsen the other day, so I am in his debt, but all mistakes are mine).  In Iowa, Cruz won handily among evangelicals 33 to 21 for Trump and 21 for Rubio in Iowa. Show More Summary

Trump Keeping It in the Family

Donald Trump is apparently planning to nominate his son, Donald Jr., as Secretary of the Interior, given that he likes to hunt. Before Trump announces plans to nominate his wife, Melania, as Secretary of State, he may wish to review the federal Anti-Nepotism Statute, 5 U.S.C. Show More Summary

Eight Things that Caught My Eye Today (Feb. 4, 2016)

1. The European parliament today has called out ISIS for genocide against Christians and other religious minorities. Will the United States? 2. Syrian family arrives in Italy in first humanitarian airlift 3. Hopeful suffering: Chinese...Show More Summary

What If Hillary Clinton Didn't Win Iowa?

Is Iowa’s Democratic contest over? Maybe not. “Right now we’re going through every precinct and double-checking numbers and we’re doing our due diligence, and the senator wants us to see what we find before we make any decisions moving...Show More Summary

Worst Economic Proposal Ever?

 . . . or worst economic proposal ever? If you’re enjoying the low gasoline prices currently on offer throughout most of the country, some bad news: The Obama administration wants to levy a 31 percent tax on the stuff out of which gasoline...Show More Summary

Citizenship at its Finest: Armed Marine Veteran Intervenes to Save Texas Police Officer

Here’s your good news story of the day: A Texas deputy says a Marine veteran with a concealed-carry firearm saved his life earlier this month. On January 19, Bastrop County Deputy Dylan Dorris attempted to pull over a motorist who was...Show More Summary

It Would Be Foolish for Britain to Remain in the EU

If only one could wake up one morning and find that the European Union had been nothing but a bad dream! As it is, we shall wake up quite soon and be obliged to come to terms with its destructive power. Prime Minister David Cameron long since promised to hold a referendum in 2017 on whether Britain should stay in the EU or leave. Show More Summary

Loony Rooney Rule to Be Expanded

The National Football League will now require at least one woman to be interviewed for all executive openings — an expansion of the “Rooney Rule,” which requires at least one racial minority to be interviewed when filling any head coaching vacancy.  But the Rooney Rule is illegal, as I explain here, and of course so is expanding it. Loony Rooney Rule To Be Expanded

Beware of Politicians Bearing Moonshots

In his State of the Union Address last month, President Obama said : Last year, Vice President Biden said that with a new moonshot, America can cure cancer. Last month, he worked with this Congress to give scientists at the National Institutes of Health the strongest resources that they’ve had in over a decade. Show More Summary

Violate Assisted Suicide Religious Objections Push Begins

When seeking to convince a wary public to legalize assisted suicide, euthanasia pushers ooze with promises and assurances that it will only be a last resort–never actually a legal requirement–and that doctors and religious facilities...Show More Summary

Clinton, Sanders, and Double Standards

Rebecca Traister writes for New York: There’s been some talk about how a female candidate could never be as scruffy as Bernie Sanders, as uncombed and unkempt. A woman could never be as grumpy as Bernie, as left-leaning as Bernie, as uncooperative with party machinery as Bernie. Show More Summary

‘The Boy in the Bubble’

Chris Christie has smacked Marco Rubio as “the boy in the bubble.” This makes sense as Christie’s campaign now faces an existential challenge in New Hampshire and Christie wants to portray Rubio as too young, too inexperienced, and too scripted. These are all legitimate avenues of attack, but the implication that Rubio has been coddled is ridiculous. Show More Summary

The Return of the 'Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy' Excuse

You would think, after going out and repeatedly lying to the American people and insisting that all of the allegations against her husband were the work of a “vast right-wing conspiracy,” Hillary Clinton would retire the conspiracy theory. Show More Summary

Trump 25, Cruz 21, Rubio 21

We live in a poll-obsessed time. We have a Republican presidential candidate who has vested more in his standing in the polls than any candidate in the history of the Republic, and a media that seemingly takes its every cue from the polls, with a particular emphasis on the national polls. Show More Summary

DeRay for Mayor — or You're Racist!

As if that city hadn’t suffered enough. Via the Baltimore Sun: In a surprise move, civil rights activist DeRay Mckesson jumped into the already crowded contest for Baltimore mayor Wednesday night, shaking up the Democratic field minutes...Show More Summary

Gun Sales Continue at an Extraordinary Pace

And to think that I suggested that Obama’s executive actions would have no tangible effect. Per Newsmax: More than 2.5 million gun background checks were performed in January, a record for the month, according to FBI statistics. TheShow More Summary

Conversations with Bill Kristol

I talked about Trump and the state of the GOP race with Bill Kristol for his Conversations series the other day:  Bill Kristol and Rich Lowry Talk Trump

We Wanted Workers, But We Got People Instead

Harvard’s George Borjas, “America’s leading immigration economist,” according to the Wall Street Journal, has started a new blog.  The spark was his upcoming book, We Wanted Workers: Unraveling the Immigration Narrative, but the book – a layman’s guide to the immigration issue – isn’t going to be released til the fall. Show More Summary

‘Don’t Discount Donald Trump’

I obviously want Trump to go away as soon as possible, but I wrote in Politico today about how he could still have life in New Hampshire  —  a much less conservative and Republican electorate than Iowa is  —  and regardless, the Trump...Show More Summary

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