Jennifer Rubin, who according to the Washington Post offers "reported opinion from a conservative perspective," has proclaimed that [mc_name name='Rep. John Boehner (R-OH)' chamber='house' mcid='B000589' ]'s notice of resignation is an act of selflessness. Show More Summary
Norm Ornstein observes Jennifer Rubin (2015) saying "I SHOULD HAVE LISTENED TO NORM ORNSTEIN THREE YEARS AGO!!" to Jennifer Rubin (2012): Jennifer Rubin (September 15, 2015): [Perry exits: A sad sign of our politics](https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2015/09/13/perry-exits-a-sad-sign-of-our-politics/):...Show More Summary
Jennifer Rubin says Democrats have turned against Israel and Jonathan Chait says that the Israel lobby blew the Iran Deal and was never very powerful. They are both wrong. The lobby is alive and well, and split between them.
DEMOCRATS ARE SOCIALISTS, IF YOU BELIEVE BERNIE-MANIA, Jennifer Rubin writes in the Washington Post today. But didn’t the Post itself confirm this at the start of the Obama administration, back when the paper still published Newswee...
Jennifer Rubin, writing in the Washington Post, highlight how conservative rhetoric often gets it wrong. A sample: Third, hyperbole can make you sound like a nut. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) on Friday made this pronouncement: “Today is some of the darkest 24 hours in our nation’s history.” That is preposterous considering wars, stock market crashes, […]
While much of the coverage of the GOP candidates’ positions on the confederate flag followed in the horse race tradition, focusing on the political expediency and strategies behind adopting yay or nea stances or merely noting each candidate’s...Show More Summary
Whenever someone declares opponents of the Common Core “misinformed,” get ready: there’s probably a lot more misinformation coming your way. Case in point, a new offering from Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin attacking Wisconsin Gov. Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) Jennifer Rubin notes this morning that Hillary’s obviously terrible campaign skills are getting noticed in the mainstream media. It’s so bad that Hillary is actually going to launch her campaign a second time next month with a big public rally. Show More Summary
“Republicans have their own problem: They tolerate far too many crackpots.” – Conservative columnist Jennifer Rubin....................................................................................
Jennifer Rubin: Republicans are taking a certain amount of glee in watching the Democrats' ethical contortions as they try to back Hillary Clinton without accepting her self-dealing as business as usual. But Republicans have their own problem: They tolerate far too many crackpots.... Show More Summary
The conservative pundit and former Romney shill calls out lunacy in the GOP...and she makes a lot of sense
(Steven Hayward) Time out briefly from the Obama Debacle to contemplate the Hillary 2016 debacle-in-waiting. Jennifer Rubin has a nice rundown of all of the new difficulties Hillary mas made for herself lately with all of the usual foibles we associate with the adjective “Clintonian” but without any of the Big Dog’s roguish charm. Show More Summary
Here it is, by Jennifer Rubin. I'm just pointing at it because the headline captured my attitude, and the SOTU happened, and I wanted to commemorate the event somehow. Did I listen to the speech? I'm not sure. It was on, and I was near the television. Show More Summary
WaPo's Jennifer Rubin was the hackiest of pro-Romney hacks in 2012, but even she's not on board with Mitt 2016
You heard about how the guy with the Romney face tattoo is no longer backing Romney? That’s nothing! It’s to a post by WaPo’s Republican blogger Jennifer Rubin, that thoroughly mocks and trashes the idea of Mitt ‘16. I’m not sure which analogy most aptly describes how shocking this is. Peter’s three-fold denial of Christ? […]
After a long period of dishonestly flacking for Mitt Romney, Washington Post conservative blogger Jennifer Rubin appears to have given up on him and is urging him not to run for president a third time. In two recent blog posts, Rubin reacts negatively to the news that Romney is considering running for president in 2016. Show More Summary
Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin argued that tapping into "middle class angst" would be the key to winning the Republican nomination for president in 2016 and that Jeb Bush would lose if he ran as an "elitist" on Wednesday's "Laura...Show More Summary
Yesterday in an interview with Iowa Congressman Steve King to discuss the "Iowa Freedom Summit," a multi-candidate forum for presidential hopefuls, King claimed that Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin called him a "racist" to a member of his staff during a phone exchange earlier in the day. Show More Summary
Washington Post neoconservative and big government cheerleader Jennifer Rubin published her latest bit of agitation for a renewed War in Iraq under the misleading headline: "The consequences of a radical mindset on jihadist terror."Show More Summary
Readers of Jennifer Rubin at the Washington Post, be ready for a lot of repetition of this point as the 2016 election season dawns: Hey Republicans! Even Hillary is more ready to start a war than this Rand Paul guy! Don't vote for him,...Show More Summary