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by | Jun 14, 2022

As the Stalinesque carnival that is the corrupt January 6 Committee unfolds, former Trump Attorney General Bill Barr said this to the Committee, bold print for emphasis supplied: “I made it clear I did not agree with the idea of…

by | Nov 7, 2021

The Trump-Russia collusion hoax is the most successful and destructive partisan political scam in the history of our nation. Based on lies portraying Donald Trump as a covert Russian operative, it was cited by the Obama-era FBI and Justice Department…

by | Jul 15, 2021

In September 2019, I was privileged to attend a private dinner hosted by The American Spectator at Washington’s Capitol Hill Club. In attendance were approximately 30 distinguished journalists, editors, commentators, and political insiders. The guest of honor was Attorney General…

by | Dec 19, 2020

Washington The usual critics spent the past two years damning Attorney General Bill Barr as a shameless lackey in President Donald Trump’s service, so it should be no surprise that, even as Barr announced his resignation Monday, the chattering class…

by | Sep 17, 2020

President Trump has never shied away from making tough decisions. The criterion he says he is guided by is, what will help America and its people the most? This winning formula, in a fair ballot, should win him more four…

by | Aug 30, 2020

Washington The biggest loser of the Republican National Convention is Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, whose videotaped address to the GOP confab from Jerusalem with the Old City in the background sparked outrage that the nation’s elder statesman had violated…

by | Jul 29, 2020

What an Attorney General we finally, finally have! It has been such a long time. I always had felt that, after two Trump terms, I would be delighted to vote for a Pence–Huckabee ticket. But, heck, put William Barr on any ticket — top…

by | Jun 26, 2020

I In a dimly lit corner of Baltimore’s Walters Art Museum, amidst an impressive array of Buddhist art bequeathed to the institution by the tobacco heiress Doris Duke, there is one sculpture that stands out above all the rest: a…

by | Jun 26, 2020

I In a dimly lit corner of Baltimore’s Walters Art Museum, amidst an impressive array of Buddhist art bequeathed to the institution by the tobacco heiress Doris Duke, there is one sculpture that stands out above all the rest: a…

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