Category: Republicans

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The Bookworm Room 7/17/16 — the “I’m all riled up” edition and open thread

Blacks and Muslims should be angry at their criminal cohorts, not at us. In the context of an article about political correctness, Andrew Klavan said something I’ve been struggling to say for some time. He acknowledges that blacks are on the receiving end of much more police activity, something frustrating

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I didn’t leave the Republican party; the Republican party left me *UPDATED*

Having thought about it a lot, I’m about to commit what many will believe is heresy:  I believe conservatives should suck it up and vote for Trump so as to avoid a hard Left presidency.  Trying to save the Republican party at this juncture is an intellectual and practical dead-end,

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The Big Lie is already making the truth irrelevant; or, Republicans are once again waiting for the manure shower

A friend sent me a very funny email.  I don’t know if the numbers are precisely accurate, but I do know that they’re accurate enough to serve a larger truth, namely America’s overwhelming turn in 1942 from a peacetime nation into a fully armed, fully operational wartime nation. In this

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What should Republicans do to ensure that this serious Democrat crisis doesn’t go to waste?

Rahm Emanuel famous said, “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste.”  As of today, Avik Roy explains that the Obama administration is facing a serious crisis when it comes to Obamacare: It’s hard to come up with new ways to describe the Obama administration’s improvisational approach to

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