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Trump Floats Rubio, Kasich, Walker as Vice President Picks

GOP frontrunner Donald Trump suggested he could put fellow 2016 GOP presidential candidates Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich in his administration — possibly even as vice president on his ticket. “Yes. I like Marco

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Kirsten Powers: Time to Crush Planned Parenthood

Kirsten Powers writes at USA Today: Planned Parenthood head Cecile Richards apologized last week for the uncompassionate tone her senior director of medical research, Deborah Nucatola, used to explain the process by which she harvests aborted body parts to be provided for medical

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Interview–Kirsten Powers on ‘The Silencing’: Obama ‘Normalized’ Left’s Anti-Speech Mobs with Attacks on Fox News

Kirsten Powers’ new book The Silencing: How the Left is Killing Free Speech surveys the political landscape of the past couple years and finds something new to worry about. A self-described liberal, Powers writes that the “illiberal left” is trying to dominate the discussion on campus, online and in the media through intimidation. In our discussion, Powers suggests there is an authoritarian impulse at play, one that has been gaining steam in the broader culture.

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Kirsten Powers: Conservatives Are ‘Maligned’

USA Today columnist Kirsten Powers argued that conservatives are “maligned” “at a level that it hasn’t been in the past” on Tuesday’s “O’Reilly Factor” on the Fox News Channel. After host Bill O’Reilly opened by defending Ted Cruz against some of

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Powers, Fournier: There Is Some Anti-GOP Media Bias

USA Today columnist Kirsten Powers and National Journal Senior Political Columnist and Editorial Director Ron Fournier argued that there was some bias against Republicans within the media on Sunday’s “Mediabuzz” on the Fox News Channel. Powers said, “I think that there is a

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‘Hannity’ Panel Clashes Over Pope’s Charlie Hebdo Comments

On Thursday’s “Hannity,” Catholic League President Bill Donohue, Fox News Contributor Father Jonathan Morris, USA Today columnist Kirsten Powers, and Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity clashed over comments by Pope Francis regarding the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo. Donohue doubled down

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