Is Dan Crenshaw the Future of the GOP? – POLITICO Magazine

NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland—It’s 4 p.m. on Wednesday, the first day of the 2019 Conservative Political Action Conference—not exactly a prime speaking slot—but a standing room-only crowd has gathered to hear from freshman Congressman Dan Crenshaw. via Pocket
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Donald Trump puts past presidents to shame with North Korea policies | TheHill

The departure of President Trump from Vietnam without an agreement with Kim Jong Un was his Reykjavik moment. It was time to walk away with no deal instead of a terrible deal. This marks a diversion from every other administration that caved to North Korea when faced with these difficult moments. via Pocket
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Bipartisan Bill Would Stop States From Denying Occupational Licenses Due to Student Loan Debt – Hit & Run : Reason.com

In at least 18 states, unpaid students loans can be grounds for denying someone an occupational license—even if the applicant is otherwise fully qualified. via Pocket
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Millennial Males with Degrees are Getting Crushed in the Workplace (See Chart) | Intellectual Takeout

When it comes to men and women in the working world, it’s often assumed that the latter get the short end of the stick. As such, a great deal of time and attention is devoted to helping women break any and all glass ceilings that stand in their way. via Pocket
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Gun Control is a Proxy for Class Struggle | Shall Not Be Questioned

Americans have never historically liked to admit we have class struggles. I guess it sounds a bit too Marxist, even though now we love ourselves some socialism now. Well, at least we love it to the extent the kids these days even know what socialism is. via Pocket
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Trump just might have won the 2020 election yesterday – Hot Air

All in all, it was, in the words of Daniel Dale, the Washington correspondent for the Toronto Star, “one of the least-hinged speeches Trump has given in a long time. via Pocket
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Howie Carr: Smirking media bias against GOP couldn’t be clearer – Boston Herald

Have you ever noticed how differently Republicans are treated in the media than Democrats? Every newsroom in the country used to have what was called the “AP Stylebook” to use in writing news stories. via Pocket
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THE NEW REFORM CLUB: The Tale of the Swedish Prosecutor, the Citizen, and the Human Being

It may not be unnecessary to inform the Reader, that the following Reflections had their origin in a correspondence between the Author and a very young person at Paris, who did him the honour of desiring his opinion upon the important transactions, which then, and ever since, have so much occupied via Pocket
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John Bolton: ‘We’re not afraid to use the word Monroe Doctrine’

John Bolton, President Trump’s national security adviser, told CNN’s Jake Tapper on “State of the Union” the administration is returning to an early U.S. foreign policy principle: the Monroe Doctrine. When pressed on why the U.S. via Pocket
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New York’s progressives will send us back to 70’s financial ruin

In his 1980 classic, “The Cost of Good Intentions,” author Charles Morris chronicled how New York liberals spent the city into disaster. Free housing, college tuition, health care and welfare skyrocketed until a fiscal crisis ended the binge. via Pocket
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