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Nolte: Conformity Killed the Weekly Standard

Depending on which report you read, the death of the Weekly Standard is either imminent or a tad less imminent. Either way, the anti-Trump publication founded by Bill Kristol and Fred Barnes in 1995 appears to be in desperate need of a rich savior, and any attempt to find one has thus far failed.

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Stephen Hayes: Trump Is Leaving Establishment Republicans Behind

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Weekly Standard editor Stephen Hayes said President Donald Trump was leaving behind establishment Republicans. Hayes said “I think we’re missing to a certain extent a bigger phenomenon here. Donald Trump is running away from

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Donald Trump on FNC’s ‘Hannity’: ‘You Got Some Bad People At Fox’

Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump criticized the network for some of its pundits that have held very negative views regarding Trump and his presidential bid. While discussing former Bush strategist Karl Rove, who has

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Watch: Trump Slams Will, Krauthammer, Hayes

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump criticized Fox News Contributors George Will, Charles Krauthammer, and Stephen Hayes at a rally in Mesa, Arizona on Wednesday. Trump said, “Drudge is great. How good is Drudge, right? Great guy. he’s a great guy.

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Will, Krauthammer, Hayes Bet On Walker

Columnists Charles Krauthammer and George Will, along with Weekly Standard Senior Writer Stephen Hayes placed their early bets on Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to win the 2016 GOP nomination during a Fox News Channel special on Saturday. Asked how they would wager