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24 июня, 16:02

Win for 1st Amendment

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24 июня, 00:00

Trump's Climate Policy: Burning Down the House

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Patricia Williams, The NationTrump's climate policy ignores our impendingâ??and sharedâ??global disaster.

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24 июня, 00:00

Do We Want the Supreme Court to Decide What Is Too Partisan?

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Charles Lane, WPThe decision was 5 to 4, with the most conservative Republican-appointed justices in favor of Bush. Democrats condemned the ruling as nakedly partisan, saying it was based not on precedent but a cooked-to-order legal rationale: Recount rules didn’t treat all ballots the same way, thus violating the 14th Amendment guarantee of equal protection of the laws. Many critics saw Bush v. Gore as an indelible blot on the court’s legitimacy.

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24 июня, 00:00

Republicans, Celebrate Your Victory--It Will Be Short-Lived

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Maria Cardona, The HillLast night’s special election in Georgia's 6th Congressional District was a disappointing outcome for Democrats. But let’s put something to rest right here and now: Democrats are incredibly motivated, energized and hopeful for the opportunities we have in 2018. Republicans should be worried.

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24 июня, 00:00

America Shouts While Europe Shrugs

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Peggy Noonan, Wall Street JournalThe U.S. media capitalize on division. Meantime, Parisians hardly notice a terror attack.

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24 июня, 00:00

I Saw Nixon's Downfall, & I've Got a Warning for Trump

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Richard Ben-Veniste, AtlanticWatching the national controversy over the White House and Russia unfold, I’m reminded of Karl Marx’s oft-quoted observation: “History repeats itself: first as tragedy, second as farce.” I was a close witness to the national tragedy that was Richard Nixon’s self-inflicted downfall as president, and I’ve recently contemplated whether a repeat of his “Saturday Night Massacre” may already be in the offing. Given how that incident doomed one president, Trump would do well to resist repeating his predecessor’s mistakes—and avoid his...

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24 июня, 00:00

The Anti-Innovation Presidency

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Michael Grunwald, Politico“Innovation” is one of those Washington priorities, like “security” or “the children,” that politicians in both parties tend to describe as investments rather than spending. Even as budget wars have raged on Capitol Hill, there’s been a fairly broad consensus that funding research and development is vital to American competitiveness. The Beltway seems to churn out an inexhaustible supply of bipartisan reports proclaiming that bigger government investments in science and technology today will pay economic dividends for taxpayers down the road.

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24 июня, 00:00

The Left's Overreach Extends to a Blogger's Notebook

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Scott Johnson, City JournalMy former law partner John Hinderaker and I founded the website Power Line over Memorial Day weekend in 2002. Once we attracted a few readers, we found it a helpful vehicle through which to continue our collaboration, writing commentary for newspapers and magazines, that we had taken up as a sidelight to our law practice in 1992. Over the past 15 years, Power Line has carried us on a magic carpet ride, opening just about every door we ever dreamed of walking through. This spring, to take one prominent example, I was invited to attend President Trump’s 100-day reception for conservative...

24 июня, 00:00

They Call Us Right Wing--I Call Us Mainstream

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Rush Limbaugh, Rush Limbaugh ShowYou know, I have to tell you something here, Carl. I haven’t said this a lot, but over the course of the many years of this program I have on occasion said that the truth of the matter is that this program is actually — and the people that listen to it — is actually the mainstream of America. They try to marginalize you and me by categorizing us as the so-called extreme right or the far right or right wing, which is done to denigrate anybody who’s not liberal. They always tar them