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Kerry’S Golden Age of Diplomacy

I meant to offer this up on Debate Night, when JFK II was pining for how JFK I was his model for a president-diplomat: isn’t that the same President Kennedy who allowed for the assassination of South Vietnam President Diem in 1963? There oodles on the White House’s complicity in that deed, and much more, in Bill Buckley’s 1994 essay on Kennedy, which NRO ran recently here. One can only imagine the howls of outrage from Senator Kerry if George Bush followed the Kennedy Plan and had Hussein or some other worthy thug offed.

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About That ‘Broken Algorithm’

Of all the loopy assertions made at the press conference President Trump’s legal team conducted last Thursday, the one that has been most roundly derided is the since-ousted Sidney Powell’s claim that the national popular vote was such a landslide for President Trump “that it broke the algorithm that had ... Read More
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About That ‘Broken Algorithm’

Of all the loopy assertions made at the press conference President Trump’s legal team conducted last Thursday, the one that has been most roundly derided is the since-ousted Sidney Powell’s claim that the national popular vote was such a landslide for President Trump “that it broke the algorithm that had ... Read More
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Election 2020’s Endgame

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