The Democrats Are Crazy | Power Line

I was working today and couldn’t watch the Brett Kavanaugh hearing, but Paul provided the best blow-by-blow summary I have seen. He saved me a lot of pain! It strikes me that the Democratic Party crossed a Rubicon of sorts today. via Pocket
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Bob Woodward’s Latest Novel | Roger L. Simon

Frankly, I’m still behind on Balzac, Dickens, Flaubert, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy and such recently deceased moderns as Tom Wolfe and Phillip Roth to have much time for a Woodward. Oh, but Woodward’s book is “journalism,” we are told, not a novel. These are the facts, ma.’am. Or sir. via Pocket
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The Twitter trolls attacking my work are all wrong

My 81-year-old father had just seen a Huffington Post headline — “Take Salena Zito Neither Seriously Nor Literally On Trump Voters” — with a picture of me next to it. The piece accused me of fabricating stories and omitting facts. via Pocket
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Labor Day resolution: Vote in November to protect today’s prosperity

This Labor Day, celebrate the fact that 96.1 percent of job-seekers in the U.S. succeed in finding employment in any given month. via Pocket
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America’s Elite Universities Are Censoring Themselves on China | The New Republic

There is an epidemic of self-censorship at U.S. universities on the subject of China, one that limits debate and funnels students and academics away from topics likely to offend the Chinese Communist Party. via Pocket
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Christopher Steele’s allegations are really just clickbait

It’s not just that Steele compiled that infamous “dossier” as opposition research for the Beltway smear merchants of Fusion GPS — with the bills paid by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic Party. No: It’s that Steele didn’t even do much, and possibly most, of the actual research. via Pocket
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Judge Kavanaugh will be confirmed without a hitch | Spectator USA

Senate hearings over the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court begin tomorrow at 9:30. They will be over by Friday. via Pocket
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The Coming Restoration of the Constitution – American Greatness

Just as the upcoming midterm elections may be the most important of our lifetimes—since they will determine if the Trumpian Counter-Reformation will continue or be frustrated—the hearings this week on the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court are a watershed event in via Pocket
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McCain’s Friends and Family Did Him No Honor – American Greatness

De mortuis nil nisi bonum. No one could fail to be moved by the sight at his funeral Saturday of Senator McCain‘s centenarian mother and his loyal wife accompanied by his sons in uniform and other family members. via Pocket
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The Original Originalist | City Journal

As a stoical Robert Bork sat before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the morning of September 15, 1987, surrounded by reporters, klieg lights, and television cameras, the 60-year-old jurist could look back on an accomplished career. For five and a half years, he had served on the D.C. via Pocket
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