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Debra J. Saunders

Apr 18, 2024
Iran Directly Attacked Israel Under Biden, Not Trump
U.S. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby took the White House briefing room podium Monday with a mission: to dispel reports that...

Apr 17, 2024
Yes, There Is Bias at CBS News - Believe It
"There is, of course, little evidence of ideological bias at CBS News," Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon, D-Pa., offered at a House hearing on freedom of the press Thursday. Clearly, Scanlon lives in a liberal bubble.

Apr 13, 2024
House Vote Against Intel Reflects a Changing World
Too many times those who are supposed to serve the public act as if they own the government. In this case, the FBI was caught red-handed but did not reform.

Apr 9, 2024
Expensive Schooling Isn't Something Others Should Bankroll
What frosts me is the left's apparent belief that loans shouldn't be treated like, well, loans, at least for folks who went to college. To liberals, it's just plain mean to argue that adults who benefit from higher education should pay off the loans they accepted with open eyes.

Mar 30, 2024
RFK Jr. Is In It To Win It, Not Spoil It
My opinion of the late Robert F. Kennedy's son just shot up. Imagine growing up in the kind of family where some of your own careerist sisters and brothers would publicly go after your candidacy because they prefer Biden. And they're proud of it.

Mar 25, 2024
Dems' Obsession with Diversity Sets Trap for Court Nominee
The nomination of Adeel Mangi to fill a vacancy in the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals hit the skids Tuesday when Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., made it known that she will not support President Joe Biden's pick.The Silver State's senior senator told Bloomberg...

Mar 22, 2024
Are 'Biden Lift' and Influence Peddling One in the Same?
Cable news devoted days to former President Donald Trump's conjecture that there would be a "bloodbath" in the auto industry if he is not elected in November. But the president's son's refusal to testify in public wasn't even a one-day story.

Mar 15, 2024
Spending Spans D.C. Careers, Then It's Someone Else's Problem
As a candidate in the 2016 election, Trump offered that he could pay down the then-$19 trillion national debt during his hoped-for two terms in office. Instead, Trump oversaw spending that drove up the national IOU. (Working Only).

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