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Women should replace all the disgraced pervs

Over the past few months, the #MeToo movement has spurred women to speak out against sexual harassers. They’ve been calling for their firing. And now, women are replacing those men. Robin Wright will star in the sixth and final season of “House of Cards” following …

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The GOP tax plan is not the apocalypse liberals think it is

Liberals have some reservations about this tax bill that just passed Congress. And when I say reservations, I mean reservations for a heavy-duty rubber room at the nearest lunatic asylum. For tinkering around with some details of the tax code and decreasing the bill many …

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This election will test Trump’s staying power in the Rust Belt

WAYNESBURG, Pa. — In less than five months, the true test of President Trump’s staying power in the Rust Belt will finally be here. A House seat in southwestern Pennsylvania, which voted solidly for Trump in 2016, is up for grabs in a special election …

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Democrats are corrupting English to create mass hysteria

Whenever passable Republican legislation materializes — a rarity these days — Democrats quickly warn that thousands, or perhaps even millions, of lives are at stake. Tax reform? Health care? Bogus international treaties? Internet regulations just instituted last year? It really doesn’t matter. Longstanding conservative ideas …

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Yet more ammo for the ‘fake news’ critics

Here they go again — the news media, that is, racing to run stories meant to discredit President Trump’s 2016 election victory, only to wind up with egg on their faces. Friday, it was CNN’s turn to be caught spreading a false yarn — this …

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Republicans’ tax plan takes a quirky swipe at the little guys

Republicans are supposed to be the party that cuts the job-killing capital-gains tax, not raises it. But because of a quirk in the Senate-passed bill, the tax on capital gains may go up — and for some types of long-held assets, fairly substantially. Most members …

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Franken’s dishonesty, a ludicrous hit on charter schools, and other commentary

From the right: Franken’s Phony Farewell Sen. Al Franken’s resignation speech “seemed less heartfelt than grudging” — cast not as “an act of atonement” but rather “a reluctant act of gallantry,” says George Neumayr at The American Spectator. As for the actual sexual-harassment allegations, Franken …

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Why can’t feminists accept Taylor Swift’s pro-woman heroics?

TIME’s “Person of the Year 2017” is “the silence breakers”: women and men who had drawn attention to the issue of sexual assault. Yet the seemingly obvious choice wasn’t without controversy. Standing on the cover, next to actress Ashley Judd and Uber engineer Susan Fowler, …

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Despicable Steve: Bannon’s Alabama dive into gutter politics

In his Alabama appearance for Roy Moore, Steve Bannon turned in an intellectually and morally putrid performance even by his standards. There is a partisan case for voting for Moore, which is simply that Republicans can’t afford to lose a Senate seat over the next …

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Tappan Zee tricks add up to a Cuomo ‘bridgegate’

At the 1984 Democrat National Convention, Gov. Mario Cuomo stepped up to the podium and gave one of the most iconic political speeches of the latter half of the 20th century. He said, “We believe in only the government we need, but we insist on …

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