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Pelosi’s Very Bad Decision

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On August 20, 2020
I am rarely disgusted by Nancy Pelosi. She’s mostly a good Speaker and a lot more effective than Chuck Schumer is in the Senate. I have my criticisms, yes, but she’s a tough fighter. Unfortunately, she has made a very poor decision: openly embracing and now endorsing Joe Kennedy’s primary run against Ed Markey in […]
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The Best Reason to Replace Pelosi

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On September 6, 2018
I have long defended Nancy Pelosi’s performance as the Democrats’ leader in the House. I find most of the attacks on her from other Democrats as pretty disingenuous or misinformed. Democrats seem to have latched on to Republican criticisms of her as legitimate, which is a terrible way to approach politics. Most of the frequently-named […]

Pelosi and the TPP

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On June 10, 2015

It’s becoming increasingly clear that fast track for the Trans-Pacific Partnership is going to pass and it’s going to include the Trade Adjustment Assistance as a sop to American workers.

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On November 14, 2012

Luke Russert, who replaces John Podhoretz as the most unqualified beneficiary of nepotism in American life today, actually told Nancy Pelosi in a press conference that she was too old for her job. Wat

Don’t Cry No Tears Around Me

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On December 13, 2010
John Boehner was blubbering on 60 Minutes last night about something or the other, which a nice illustration of how it’s OK for macho Republican men to secrete strategic tears as fast as the Arabian trees their medicinal gum. Such displays are by nature far more problematic for Democrats, who are typed as “soft” due […]
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