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Jennifer Rubin
by | Jul 16, 2008

John McCain had been having a tough time coming up with a credible domestic policy agenda. Given his druthers, he would prefer to talk about Iraq and national security 24/7. But even with growing recognition of the surge’s success in…

by | Jul 9, 2008

Barack Obama and John McCain are now going toe-to-toe on economics. Obama’s main challenge: to convince voters he is not a classic tax-and-spend liberal. McCain’s is to convince voters he is focused and determined to solve pocketbook issues. McCain may…

by | Jun 20, 2008

The list of objectionable figures — Tony Rezko, Bill Ayers, Reverend Jeremiah Wright, and Father Michael Pfleger — surrounding Barack Obama is growing. But the one who is the most infamous garners the least attention: Louis Farrakhan. Let’s admit that…

by | Apr 10, 2008

When was the last time the MSM took a Republican’s side in a fight over credibility with a Democratic opponent? Well, it has been a while. However, conservatives have little to grumble about in the recent face-off between Barack Obama…

by | Mar 31, 2008

We have come a long way since Chris Matthews told us his leg was “tingling” when he listened to Barack Obama. Well, sure, the liberal punditocracy is still playing defense for Obama — insisting he is not really all that…

by | Mar 24, 2008

Many observers, left and right, have begun to take note of the gap between the Democrats’ defeatist rhetoric on Iraq and the reality on the ground. Karl Rove observed in the Wall Street Journal last week that the Democrats’ stubborn…

by | Mar 10, 2008

Not every politician gets a week like the one John McCain got last week, and most of his good fortune was not of his making. Yes, he did clear the threshold of 1191 delegates to officially gain the nomination and,…

by | Feb 28, 2008

Suddenly the mainstream and conservative media press critics are in agreement — and not just about the shoddy journalism at the New York Times. Now that they suspect Hillary Clinton is going down for the count, they feel emboldened to…

by | Feb 25, 2008

Forget all the pundit chatter about post-partisanship, maverick candidates, and New Media driven campaigns. The 2008 presidential race is shaping up to be a nice old-fashioned race between a conservative and a liberal, indeed an ultra-liberal who makes the conservative…

by | Feb 19, 2008

Let’s face it: Hillary Clinton needs help. She is trailing in the delegate count, is on the receiving side of atrocious media coverage, and faces a rock star opponent who seems to have captured the momentum. Many conservatives share a…

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