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The Anti-Media Candidate

Listen to John Derbyshire on the interview with Gingrich’s ex-wife, the sinking of the Concordia, Microsoft’s avoid-the-ghetto app, and much more.

The Funny Man Exits

Greg Corombos and Charlie Cooke discuss the exit of Jon Huntsman, Harry Reid and the debt ceiling, and Newsweek declares the president’s critics on all sides are dumb.

Warming to Romney

Listen to John Derbyshire on Romney’s win in NH, the myth of Japan’s failure, Andrew Cuomo’s blueprint for economic success, and much more.

Not Fooling Us

Greg Corombos and Jim Geraghty discuss the covert operations that took out another Iranian scientist, doubt the pro-life sincerity of Mitt Romney, and Obama’s nonsenical message to a fundraiser ...

Landslide Victory

Jim Geraghty and Greg Corombos discuss how the attacks on capitalism didn’t work in NH, the less than stellar turnout and fear where the Ron Paul supporters will go, and John ...

Target on His Back

Greg Corombos and Jim Geraghty discuss America’s greatest political fear in 2012 is the re-election of Obama, Gingrich & Huntsman for trashing Romney’s days at Bain, and the latest change ...

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Elections

The Democrats’ Disastrous CNN LGBT Town Hall

A few days after Donald Trump committed the worst foreign-policy blunder of his presidency by betraying America’s Kurdish allies in northern Syria, former vice president Joe Biden, the elder statesman and co-frontrunner in the Democratic presidential primary, was on a national stage talking to CNN’s primetime ... Read More
Politics & Policy

Fox News Anchor Shepard Smith Resigns

Fox News Channel's chief anchor, Shepard Smith, announced on air Friday that he would be resigning from his post after 23 years with the network. “This is my last newscast here,” said Smith. “Recently, I asked the company to allow me to leave Fox News. After requesting that I stay, they obliged.” He ... Read More
White House

What Is Impeachment For?

W hat is impeachment for? Seems like a simple question. Constitutionally speaking, it also appears to have a simple answer: to cite and remove from power a president guilty of wrongdoing. Aye, there’s the rub. What sort of wrongdoing warrants removal from power? I’d wager that the flames of ... Read More
Elections

Beto Proposes to Oppress Church with State

Beto O’Rourke’s presidential campaign is within the margin of error of non-existence, but in his failure he has found a purpose: expressing the Democratic id. His latest bid for left-wing love came at a CNN forum on gay rights, where he said that churches that oppose same-sex marriage should have to pay ... Read More
NR Webathon

Don’t Let Michael Mann Succeed

I  enjoyed the running joke of Jarndyce v. Jarndyce in the great Dickens novel Bleak House, back when I first read it. Little did I know that one day I and the magazine that I love would effectively be caught up in a version of that interminable case, courtesy of a litigious climate scientist with zero regard ... Read More