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For Once, the Joke Is on Al Franken

There is a strong argument to be made that Sen. Al Franken’s central reason for resigning is he knew he would be reduced to being shunned by his peers and the press if he were to continue representing Minnesota in the congressional upper chamber. Continue …

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Why I Secretly Wanted Moore To Lose: Brooks 2020!

Rep. Mo Brooks was the true Trumpian candidate in Alabama, which is why I endorsed him in the primary (here, here and here). Continue Reading....

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Some Good News Out of Charlottesville

Bad news gets press. Continue Reading....

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Sessions’ First Year: A Breath of Fresh Air After Years of Obama Scandals

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My Experience With the ‘Good Ol’ Boy’ Culture, and What I’m Doing About It Now

America is having a reckoning and its long overdue. Im talking about the movement to hold sexual harassers accountable for their actions. This important movement is now shaking the halls of power in Congress and state capitols and I am determined to help lead it. …

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Scared Cops Are Scary

The jurors who acquitted Philip Brailsford of second-degree murder last week were told to judge him based on “how a reasonable officer would act, versus a regular person with no police training,” as The Arizona Republic put it. Continue Reading....

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Liberate Food Trucks

Laura Pekarik bakes cupcakes and sells them from a food truck. Continue Reading....

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Tax Reform Could Be the GOP's Obamacare

Will the tax reform effort be the GOP’s version of Obamacare? I don’t know, and neither does anyone else. We have little idea what the final legislation will look like, and even if we did, it’s hard to predict its overall effect. Continue Reading....

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What Should We Fight For?

“We will never accept Russia’s occupation and attempted annexation of Crimea,” declaimed Rex Tillerson last week in Vienna. Continue Reading....

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Politics Change; Political Ambitions Don't

There are any number of lessons to be learned from the almost forgotten life of John Anderson, the late congressman from Illinois. Continue Reading....

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