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Demography and Destiny

Five Things You Need to Read Today 1. The Death Wish of the “Liberals,” Part 1 After I published my follow-up on Charlottesville, Dave Marcus posted a piece in The Federalist on the tiny little white nationalist rally in Washington, DC, which was outnumbered at least five-to-one by the media and probably two-hundred-to-one by counter-protesters. […]

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Trump Is Obama’s Legacy

When a party loses a presidential election, especially one as eminently winnable as this, the primary blame has to go to the candidate. Hillary Clinton was a deeply flawed, uncharismatic, scandal-plagued candidate who ran a lackluster, uninspiring campaign where her main strategy was simply to run out the clock. After this, Democrats are going to […]

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Everything Is Awesome

For those who skipped Barack Obama’s State of the Union address last night—and I know it was a lot of you—here is the shorter version. That’s right, President Obama’s main theme was to declare how awesome it is to live in the wonderful new era of peace and prosperity that no one but him has […]

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No, It’s Not Morning Again in America

We all know that in the eyes of the mainstream media, the only good Republican is a dead Republican—which is to say that they denounce Republican leaders while they’re alive, then suddenly find a reason to praise them after they’re safely dead. How they did this with Ronald Reagan was to ignore most of what […]

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