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David Horowitz: Trump’s Character and Trump’s Presidency

A few days ago I had a dust-up on Twitter with National Review’s Jonah Goldberg. Our conflict was about Trump’s fitness to be president, a subject that has been broached millions of times on social media by other Internet partisans.

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NeverTrump Rallies to Defend Deep State, Dismiss Memo

Ostensibly conservative NeverTrump news media figures scorned Friday’s release of a declassified House Intelligence Committee memo detailing alleged abuse by senior FBI and Justice Department officials.

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NY Times Op-Ed: Deport Americans, Invite Migrants

America belongs to immigrants because immigrants make the nation more powerful, says a former Wall Street Journal writer who is now working for the New York Times. Immigrants produce more babies, work harder, create more jobs, and have more ideas, claims the revealing

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Liberal New York Times Subscribers Canceling in Droves over Anti-Global Warming Column

After becoming the darling of the left with his long list of stark, never-Trump columns, writer Bret Stephens has become a sudden pariah among his newfound fans by writing a column that mildly questioned the validity of global warming. And now, after months of celebrating him as a “sensible” Republican, New York Times readers are canceling their subscriptions in droves over his “climate denying” article.

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Politico: Rise of Trump Caused ‘Identity Crisis,’ Feuding, and Firings at the Wall Street Journal

Eliana Johnson details in Politico magazine how the rise of Donald Trump caused “an identity crisis” for the once venerable arbiters of conservatism on the Wall Street Journal editorial board. Trump’s populism and economic nationalism clashed with the Journal’s globalist open borders and free market absolutism, and his election to the presidency ultimately relegated the Journal’s anti-Trump conservative pundits to the “sidelines” of political influence.

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POLLAK: Bret Stephens and the Imaginary Nazis of NeverTrump

Bret Stephens of the Wall Street Journal used his Tuesday column to accuse Donald Trump of spinning antisemitic conspiracy theories. It was Stephens’s latest, and most offensive, attempt to shame Trump supporters.

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George Will: Beating Hillary Less Important Than Stopping Trump

As the end of the year approaches, Donald Trump is solidly ensconced at the top of the Republican polls nationally. The man just behind him? Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), an establishment bugaboo. The establishment’s favorite candidate, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), is currently running far behind in national polling, a distant third in Iowa, and in a deadlock with Cruz and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for second in New Hampshire.

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Exceptional: Dick & Liz Cheney’s Warning to America

Former Vice President Dick Cheney and his daughter, national security expert Liz Cheney, warn readers in their new book, Exceptional: Why the World Needs a Powerful America, that it will be very difficult to undo the damage that President Barack Obama has caused the United States through a deliberate policy of weakening America.

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Iran Deal: Donald Trump and the ‘Vulgarians’

Pulitzer-prize winning Wall Street Journal columnist Bret Stephens launched an uncharacteristically vicious attack against Donald Trump and the voters who support him on Tuesday, calling Trump a “demagogue” who appeals to the “vulgarians” among us.

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Maddow Suggests Fox News Employees Send Each Other Racist Emails

On her Tuesday broadcast of MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show,” host Rachel Maddow criticized the Fox News Channel for its reaction to the Department of Justice’s investigation of allegations of civil rights violations within the government of Ferguson, MO, particularly