Jeffrey Lord

 Jeffrey Lord, a contributing editor to The American Spectator, is a former aide to Jack Kemp and Ronald Reagan. An author and CNN commentator, he writes from Pennsylvania at and @JeffJlpa1. His new book, What America Needs: The Case for Trump, is now out from Regnery Publishing.


Hillary: Queen of Corruption


More muck from the swamp of rigged corruption. The headline in the Wall Street Journal says it all: Clinton Ally Aided Campaign of FBI Official’s Wife Group linked to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe donated nearly half a million dollars to 2015 state Senate candidate The story says in part this, bold print for emphasis supplied: […]

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Obama Sought — and Got — Endorsement of Sexual Predator Ted Kennedy


Barack Obama. Hillary Clinton. John McCain. And the late Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy. And oh yes, the current Ruling Class outrage over Donald Trump. Let’s start with First Lady Michelle Obama. Mrs. Obama took to the campaign trail to say this of the allegations swirling around Donald Trump. The First Lady, as reported by CBS, said this […]

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Dear Speaker Ryan: Resign


Dear Mr. Speaker: I like you. We both admired and worked for Jack Kemp at different stages of his career. I agree with much of your Kemp-style agenda. So it gives me no pleasure to say what is now abundantly obvious.  It is time for you to do the honorable thing and resign as Speaker […]

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Grand Canyon-Sized Hypocrisy From Hillary and the New York Times


Be careful what you wish for goes the old admonition. The New York Times front-paged a story on three pages (illegally obtained) of Donald Trump’s taxes, suggesting that Trump used the tax code to escape paying taxes. The Clinton campaign (aka central HQ at the Clinton campaign as opposed to its media arm at the […]

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Media Matters in Hillary Porno Cover-Up


So. Media Matters tries to cover up for Hillary Clinton’s major league debate gaffe. The headline at Media Matters is this: Right-Wing “Porn Star” Attack On Former Miss Universe Falls Apart With all the cover-up finesse of Bill Clinton saying “I did not have sex with that woman, Ms. Lewinsky,” MM says this: The apparently […]

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Hillary’s Bad Judgment: Exploits Porn Star Surrogate


A porn star? A Clinton surrogate? Really? Really? It is understandable why Donald Trump didn’t want to respond to Hillary Clinton’s “Miss Piggy” business the night of the debate, although, I confess, I wish he had. Chelsea Clinton was there and she and daughter Ivanka Trump are friends. He just didn’t want to go there […]

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Owning Hillary


So. Here we are in the aftermath of yet another terrorist attack in America. Note well that in the earliest stage of the bombing in New York, Pittsburgh talk radio host Rose Tennent had by chance interviewed General Michael Flynn, the former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency. Rose wrote up her conversation with Flynn this […]

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Hillary Is No Nixon


Richard Nixon banged his knee. And he told the waiting world everything. It was August of 1960. Campaigning in North Carolina, the Republican nominee for president against the Democrats’ young and not well-known Senator John F. Kennedy accidentally caused himself a health problem. The knee injury became a knee infection, and by August 29th then-Vice […]

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Mark Levin Heeds Reagan’s Advice on Trump and Hillary


It was March 8, 1983. The speech, delivered at the height of the Cold War and focusing on the protests from the Left in both America and globally for a nuclear freeze as opposed to a military build-up designed to defeat the Soviet Communists outright, became one of the most famous of the many speeches […]

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Univision CEO Demands: Choose Debate Moderators by Race


Move over George Wallace. Wallace, infamously, vowed in his inaugural address as governor of Alabama: “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.” Now, appallingly, comes Randy Falco, the president and CEO of Univision, to demand the presidential debate version of Wallace-style racism. In the case of Falco, it is his mind-blowing demand to the Presidential Debate Commission that […]

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