The warm blanket that democrats wrap themselves in at night is a dream that angry white men will die off in large enough numbers so that a true renaissance of psychotic illiberals -- like Jennifer Rubin -- can rise to power and lead America into the next phase towards its ultimate demise. Show More Summary
Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post: Commentators such as Jack Shafer argue the media should ignore President-elect Donald Trump's outlandish tweets -- because they are outlandish and because they distract us from things Trump wants us to ignore.... Show More Summary
Appearing as a panel member on Sunday's AM Joy on MSNBC, allegedly right-leaning Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin declared that the incoming Donald Trump administration's talk of dealing with the illegal immigration problem is...Show More Summary
Not that head-scratching moments on MSNBC’s Hardball aren’t rare or anything, but Tuesday’s installment featured another cringe-inducing split-second by host Chris Matthews as he admitted to The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin and Huffington Post’s Howard Fineman that President-elect Donald Trump’s anti-war stances in the primary had been “tickling my erogenous zones.”
Will conservatives break from Trump’s GOP to form a new party? | Opinion By Jennifer Rubin The future of the center-right is, to put it mildly, uncertain. It is not even clear there is a center-right in our era of polarization and ideological extremism. Over at least the past...
Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post: White, unhinged men, most well past their prime, acting abusively toward women. It is remarkable the company [Donald] Trump keeps and how these men find solace in each other's company. In their fury and contempt for women, they reveal how uncivilized they are. Show More Summary
Jennifer Rubin is best known for playing the troubled asylum teen, Taryn -- opposite Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger -- in the 1987 slasher sequel "A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors." Guess what she looks like now!
Jennifer Rubin was on my radar already yesterday, when she sent this truly remarkable Tweet: She also engages in other bizarre fantasies regarding a restoration of the Republican Party post-Trump, like the belief that the Party is just...Show More Summary
Conservative Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin has been pretty tough in her columns about the conservatives in the media who have gone soft on Donald Trump. That culminated in an amazing segment with Bill O’Reilly tonight. See, O’Reilly was upset about literally this one line in something she wrote weeks ago: “Trump should do interviews […]
Here’s Jennifer Rubin in today’s WaPo: Claims of massive fraud and efforts to discredit the election system are preposterous on their face, but injurious to our democratic system. Long before Trump arrived on the scene Republicans helped manufacture an environment … Continue reading ?
With the first presidential debate just hours away, Greg Sargent of The Plum Line and Right Turn’s Jennifer Rubin joined us on Facebook Live to talk about what the candidates need to do to “win” on Monday — from Hillary Clinton’s imperative to “be humanlike” to Donald Trump’s challenge to master his first one-on-one matchup. Show More Summary
Here are a couple of links of interest from the news today:Damn. When Jennifer Rubin starts excoriating people for not being fair to Hillary Clinton, you know it's gotten bad: "Hillary Clinton is another Colin Powell victim."This is so fucked up: "Wells Fargo & Co. Show More Summary
Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post: What [Donald] Trump and many on the far right fail to understand is that Trump's bigoted rhetoric, lack of familiarity with minority communities and demonization of immigrants have negative consequences far beyond the groups he is speaking about. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) When American women achieve notable success in athletics it’s never long before precincts of the feminist left attribute the success to the federal government. Now, following the 2016 Olympics, Jennifer Rubin, the house...Show More Summary
Substituting for allegedly right-leaning columnist David Brooks on Friday's PBS NewsHour, Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin repeated a smear from the left against Breitbart News linking the conservative group and its former executive...Show More Summary
The Iran “ransom” deal that the Inquisitr reported on yesterday had raised ire within the Republican Party and in a growing faction of the media, with the Washington Post‘s Jennifer Rubin recently offering an exposé at how the deal is being viewed domestically and abroad. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) Jennifer Rubin, whose “Right Turn” space at the Washington Post seems reserved lately for attacks on Donald Trump, finds “problematic” last night’s “Make America Safe Again” theme at the GOP convention. The most consistent anti-Trump voices in the party, she notes, have been foreign policy conservatives. Show More Summary
An open letter to John Cochrane and Jennifer Rubin Dear John Cochrane and Jennifer Rubin, I read with interest your column, Jennifer, which led me to your chapter, John, in Blueprint for America on trade and immigration. I have studied the history of the lump-of-labor fallacy claim for nearly 20 years and have have published several […]
(Paul Mirengoff) Jennifer Rubin is the author of “Right Turn,” a conservative space in the Washington Post. Some on the right question whether Rubin is a conservative, but I don’t I believe I ever have. I was surprised, therefore, by Rubin’s latest offering. Show More Summary
SENATE REPORT: STATE DEPARTMENT FUNDED EFFORT TO OVERTHROW NETANYAHU. As Jennifer Rubin adds at the Washington Post, “Netanyahu survived the election, of course, and Obama will not face the voters again. Nevertheless, the report won’t help the unprecedentedly antagonistic relationship between the U.S.’s and Israel’s elected leaders. Show More Summary