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.

Harvey Weinstein, Michael Moore, and the End of the 1960s Sexual Revolution

 

So amid the crashing and burning of the Weinstein empire in such spectacular fashion that it reminds of a Hollywood Hindenburg, we learn two things. (OK, many more than two, but two will suffice for now.) First, here is Harvey himself, who early on in this on-going debacle said this: “I came of age in […]

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Dear Senator Bob Corker: Please Go Now

 

So a look at the results of the 2016 presidential election in the great state of Tennessee reveals the following: Donald Trump: 1,522,925 — 60.7% Hillary Clinton: 870,695 — 34. 7% Seems pretty definitive to me. The people of the Volunteer State voted overwhelmingly for Trump, for change — and against the Establishment, the latter […]

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Abortion, Mass Killings, and Las Vegas

 

And so. The media hunt is on. It’s the guns. Always the guns. But sacred cows being what they are… what about abortion? Back there in 2015 I wrote in this space the following: Hillary, Guns, and Planned Parenthood The column was written in the wake of an Obama executive order on background checks for […]

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Robert Mueller’s Tom Price Problem

 

The headline in The Washington Post dates back to March 21, 2014. It reads: Personal FBI flights for Holder and other Justice officials went unreported The story begins: The agency that tracks federal travel did not report hundreds of personal and other “nonmission” trips aboard government planes for senior Justice Department officials including Attorney General Eric […]

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Boycott the NFL

 

As they say in baseball, play ball. But apparently not in the NFL. Instead of playing the game they are being paid millions to play, whole teams of the National Football League have decided instead to insult the fans who pay their salaries whether watching a game in person or on television. The method of […]

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Stephen Colbert and Me

 

So. A few weeks ago I was abruptly fired from CNN for tweeting two words from this sentence in my then-two day old column in The American Spectator. The sentence, mocking a would-be re-write of the First Amendment by the thugs at Media Matters, read this way: The American Spectator has been unable to confirm […]

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Antifa: The New Ku Klux Klan

 

Over at Conservative Review a while back, in a column titled “The Left’s Violent DNA,” I noted the following after the shooting of Congressman Steve Scalise: Question: What do the Ku Klux Klan, the labor movement, Students for a Democratic Society, the Weathermen, Occupy Wall Street, and congressional shooter James T. Hodgkinson have in common? Answer: They all emerged from […]

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An Open Letter to Jim VandeHei

 

The other day Jim VandeHei of Axios — VandeHei a longtime journalist with previous stops at the Washington Post and Politico — tweeted the following after President Trump’s Phoenix speech. A speech in which he spent time attacking the media. (And yes, mentioning yours truly.) The VandeHei tweets read: To family/friends who support Trump: what he said last night […]

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The Media’s Revisionist History of Nazis

 

How gullible is the mainstream media? Very. Surely it could not be deliberate. (!) That so-called “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville was about neither uniting nor “the Right.” Whatever its sponsors may pretend to, there is nothing — zero — that is “Right,” “conservative,” much less “Republican” about Nazis, Neo-Nazis, and white supremacists. Edmund Burke […]

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Cuomo and De Blasio Ignore Klan Ally FDR

 

Governor Andrew Cuomo has written a letter to the Acting Secretary of the Army asking that the names of two streets in Fort Hamilton Army Base in Brooklyn be removed. The two streets are named in honor of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall) Jackson. Said the governor in his letter: Renaming […]

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