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Ex-NYT Editor Abramson Blames Republican 'Rage Machine' for Political Division

Appearing as a guest on Sunday’s Fareed Zakaria GPS on CNN, former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson blamed a Republican “rage machine” for the level of political polarization that currently exists, and complained about how congressional Republicans are conducting business. She also oddly …

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We Hear You: Put Blame for Opioid Epidemic Where It Belongs

Editor’s note: Our five-part series by Josh Siegel about the opioid epidemic and its devastating effects in one poor New Hampshire county generated ardent responses from readers. Here are some of them.—Ken McIntyre Dear Daily Signal: The first  part of Josh Siegel’s series on the opioid crisis in …

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Three Years Ago, Hollywood Liberals Verbally Assaulted Steve Scalise

Steve Scalise suffered a physical assault on June 14 as a result of being shot by a liberal Bernie Sanders supporter. However, few know that three years ago Scalise politely endured a verbal assault by enraged Hollywood liberals in the entertainment business. It was an …

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NYT’s Ross Douthat Lays a Soft-Spoken Smackdown Upon His Liberal Media Colleagues

New York Times columnist Ross Douthat, one of now two slightly right-leaning voices on the paper’s resolutely smugly liberal opinion page, penned “Notes on a Politcal Shooting” in the Sunday Review on the assassination attempt on House Republican Steve Scalise by a Bernie Sanders supporter on …

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Legislative Malpractice: the CBO Scores the American Health Care Act

The Congressional Budget Office’s cost estimate of the American Health Care Act confirms what health-policy scholars have known for months: the AHCA is bad health policy that will come back to haunt its Republican supporters. Premiums on the individual market have risen an average of …

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Free Beacon Editor Mocks Liberal (and Media) Hypocrisy on Lawyering for Ivanka & Jared

Washington Free Beacon editor Matthew Continetti on Friday called out The Washington Post for confirming there is a D.C. swamp. Jamie Gorelick, who was deputy attorney general for President Clinton, apparently made a “very bad boo-boo” by deciding to represent the president’s daughter Ivanka and …

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Whitlock: Leftists Curry, Kellerman Resorting to Cowardly, Unhealthy Left-Wing Ideology

In his weekly visit with Fox Business’s Stuart Varney Friday, Fox Sports 1 commentator Jason Whitlock complained about cowardly left-wingers in sports wanting to overthrow timeless American values and eliminate people they disagree with. Varney first asked Whitlock to react to a ridiculous national anthem-hating …

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Ex-NYT's Abramson: GOP Budget 'Savagely' Took Money From Poverty Programs

Appearing as a guest on Friday’s All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC, former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson slammed the Donald Trump administration’s accomplishments so far as a “debacle” and declared that the Republican budget has “savagely” taken money from poverty programs …

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The Risks of Ignorance in Chemical and Radiation Regulation

Expert Commentary The Nuclear Regulatory Commission sought comments last June on whether it should switch its default “dose-response model” for ionizing radiation from a linear no threshold model to a hormesis model. This highly technical debate may sound like it has nothing to do with …

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Anatomy of a Multi-Government Shakedown

Expert Commentary I’m slow to defend corporations these days because so many of them have built their business models around government-granted privileges and are free markets’ worst enemies. However, for all the perks they get from governments, they also fall victim to their own government. …

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