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‘I’m Not Perfect’: Kari Lake Defends Her Rhetoric When Asked About Past Attacks on Republicans

Kari Lake stated that she’s “not perfect” and may have made some mistakes in her past comments about fellow Republicans, but insisted politics is a “rough” game.

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Donald Trump: The Golden Haired Sun Eater Who Says “Go America”

Donald Trump illustrates what happens when frustrated people look for someone, anyone, to restore American greatness.

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2016

4 Reasons The GOP Needs Donald Trump

Donald Trump could be a contender if he would let his actions speak louder than his words.

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2016

Rick Perry Just Went Nuclear Against Donald Trump

During a speech in Washington, D.C., Rick Perry went nuclear on Donald Trump, characterizing him as a “false prophet” peddling poison to voters.

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2016

Donald Trump Mocks John McCain: “I Like People That Weren’t Captured”

While campaigning in Iowa this weekend, Donald Trump attacked Sen. John McCain, a former POW in Vietnam, saying, “I like people that weren’t captured.”

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Better Off Jeb: Why Republicans Needed Bush To Run in 2016

Republicans needed a Jeb Bush run in 2016 to finally answer the question: what did you learn from the George W. Bush years?

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Politics

Why The Republican Party Doesn’t Need Mike Huckabee Right Now — Or Ever

Mike Huckabee’s cheap awe-shucks populism isn’t substantively different from the destructive class-conflict rhetoric so many on the Left like to peddle.

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2016

In Case of Emergency, Vote for Marco Rubio

Marco Rubio is the Republicans’ emergency backup candidate, to be deployed in case of a foreign policy disaster.

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Foreign Policy

President Obama Is Apparently Not Imperial Enough For The GOP

President Obama goes around making war without so much as a nod to Congress, and GOP leaders respond by complaining his wars aren’t extensive enough.

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Health

The Insane Vaccine Debate

We’ve had mandatory vaccine policies in the U.S. since before the Emancipation Proclamation. Why are they controversial now?

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