Sunday, March 31, 2019

Week in Review: No Winners in the ‘Collusion’ Wars

Both sides are peddling inflated talking points.

March 31 2019


No Winners in the 'Collusion' Wars

Andrew C. McCarthy

There are still two camps relying on the ambiguity of the word collusion to argue their opposing positions, indignant that anyone could disagree. Read More


Top Stories

Rachel Maddow's Deep Delusion

Rich Lowry

Few people invested more in the Russia probe, night after night, monologue after monologue, with an ever-building sense of anticipation.

Mueller Did the Right Thing

Mona Charen

The Mueller "witch hunt" was nothing of the kind. Honorable people did the right thing. Politics did not taint a criminal investigation. But that reality is buried under an avalanche of bad faith.

Tucker Carlson Laments America's Cultural Decline: 'Why Is This Happening?'

Jack Crowe

"The causes are different from what I thought," he said, reflecting on his earlier diagnosis of the roots of urban poverty.


The Judiciary Can't Impose Proportional Representation on the Nation, Justice Kavanaugh

James W. Lucas

Where will abuse of the equal-protection clause end?

House Dem Firebrands Retreat from Impeachment

John McCormack

In the wake of the Mueller report, some of Trump's fiercest critics have turned their attention to nailing him for emoluments-clause violations.

Crony State: Obamas' Chicago Fixer, Tina Tchen

Michelle Malkin

How did hate-crime huckster Jussie Smollett get away with it? All crooked roads in Chicago lead back to the Obamas.

The Steele Dossier, Hillary Clinton's Malignant Gift to America

David French

The Steele dossier was a Clinton- and DNC-funded cancer, and it sickened American culture and politics. Our nation is weaker because that document entered the bloodstream of the body politic.

FCC Chairman: Net-Neutrality Supporters Saw 'Political Advantage' in Stirring 'Fear'

Mairead McArdle

Ajit Pai said that some advocates of net neutrality saw a political advantage in fomenting fear about the policy's end.




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