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  • Defending Jeff Sessions, and replacing him

    Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) makes opening remarks to a panel of Department of Homeland Security officials John Wagner, deputy assistant commissioner of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Office of Field Operations; Anh Duong, director of Border and Maritime Division of Homeland Security's Advanced Research Projects Agency; Craig Healy, assistant director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement's National Security Investigations Division; and Rebecca Gambler,director of Homeland Security and Justice Issues of the U.S. Government Accountability Office, as they testify about the unimplemented biometric exit tracking system before the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest, in Washington, D.C., Jan. 20, 2016. (CBP Photo by Glenn Fawcett)

    by Quin at the Washington Examiner (links embedded within headlines): McCabe’s description of Jeff Sessions is vicious nonsense: Former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe is having his moment in the […]

  • Three shots against biased media portrayals

    Three shots against biased media portrayals

    All by Quin Hillyer in the Washington Examiner (link to full articles embedded in the headlines): Bless Lara Logan (formerly of CBS) for calling out liberal media bias:  Serious praise […]

  • Busting anti-Semites of the left and right

    Busting anti-Semites of the left and right

    Three columns. Follow the embedded headline links. Rep. Ilhan Omar has more anti-Semitism on her schedule:  If Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., really wants to avoid being branded as an anti-Semite, she […]

  • Bonfire of the humanities

    Bonfire of the humanities

    By Quin Hillyer at the Washington Examiner; Two articles published this week should make us bemoan anew the continuing decline of the humanities in prestige and popularity, on college campuses […]


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