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 jlpa1@aol.com and @JeffJlpa1. His new book, What America Needs: The Case for Trump, is now out from Regnery Publishing.

Unmasked: America’s Real Fascists

 

They come in all different disguises. * Protesters disrupting the Mexican restaurant meal of a Cabinet Secretary, forcing her to leave. * The owner of an innocent-sounding “Red Hen” restaurant in Lexington, Virginia boasting that she refused to serve the presidential press secretary Sarah Sanders and asked her to leave. Sanders quite politely did. Now […]

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No, Rob Rogers: The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Isn’t Racist

 

I don’t know Rob Rogers, the just-fired cartoonist for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. As a Pennsylvanian I do know something about the paper. As a resident of Central Pennsylvania, these days I am a reader of Penn Live, the online version of the Harrisburg Patriot-News. But in the long ago and far away, as a campaign […]

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De Niro and Trudeau Campaign for Trump

 

Who’d a thunk? Actor Robert De Niro and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have teamed up to re-elect President Trump. As if working in concert, the duo made their initial contributions to the Trump campaign within hours of each other over the past weekend. Trudeau went first. Long before the G7 summit, Trudeau was creating […]

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Mark Levin for the National Radio Hall of Fame

 

It’s time. Yes, indeed, I am here to make an endorsement — but not of a presidential candidate. I just wanted to take a moment to urge conservatives out there to vote for “The Great One” — our friend Mark Levin — for the National Radio Hall of Fame. In truth, he should already be […]

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Remembering Robert Kennedy

 

It was hot. June 7, 1968. To be seventeen years old was to be awed by the history of the moment. And tearful. Two days earlier my teenage political hero, Senator Robert F. Kennedy, had been assassinated. Everyone in America looked on the television and still pictures of the moment in shock and horror. Then came […]

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Val and Al: MSNBC’s Real Teachable Moment

 

May 29th would have been President John F. Kennedy’s 101st birthday. It is a moment worth recalling in the middle of the Roseanne episode. In June of 1963, JFK took to America’s television screens in the middle of racial turmoil surrounding the admittance of two young Americans to the University of Alabama. He began this […]

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Deep Stategate: The Sweetheart Leaks

 

So here’s the headline from House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes, as reported after his appearance on Maria Bartiromo’s Sunday Morning Futures show: FBI informant news ‘mother of all leaks,’ House Intel Committee Chair Nunes says The report says, in part, this: House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes said on Sunday the news regarding an FBI informant’s alleged […]

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‘Three Days in Moscow’: Bret Baier’s Home Run

 

As America heads into a season that features a trifecta of patriotic holidays — Memorial Day, Flag Day, and the Fourth of July — Bret Baier’s Three Days in Moscow: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of the Soviet Empire is perfect holiday reading. It is history — good history — with a lesson for today as […]

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The Rise and Fall of Shakedown Schneiderman

 

Well. So his antics finally caught up with him. The other day, someone who was discussed in this space a couple times way back there in the primordial mists of 2013 suddenly resigned his job as Attorney General of New York. That would be one Eric Schneiderman, who was discussed here in a blog post from […]

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Kudos to Kanye West

 

Kanye West was right. For some people, slavery — not to mention segregation and support for lynching and the Ku Klux Klan — was a choice. And the Democratic Party website — right this minute — has a not-so-clever bold faced lie that for the 19th and most of the 20th centuries the party quite […]

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