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  • The Gates Interview: The Executive Summary

    Robert Gates was in the news a lot when his memoir Duty first hit the stores. Then Hurricane Christie made land and the stunning nature of much of what Gates wrote lost center stage. I caught up with Gates just yesterday –publishers still haven't figured out that talk radio sells…

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  • Obama Needs French Lessons

    The President of France has been reeling from a dysfunctional economy, 20 percent approval ratings, and lurid reports of his extra marital adventures. But Francois Hollande has also drawn praise from other European leaders and the French business community for a bid to re-boot his administration. In a shocking speech,…

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  • “Defending Mr. Disney” by Clark Judge

    The weekly column from Clark Judge: Defending Mr. DisneyBy Clark S. Judge: managing director, White House Writers Group, Inc.; chairman, Pacific Research Institute As a child, I was fascinated by Walt Disney. Not by his cartoons. Not by the Mouseketeers. Not by Davy Crocket. But by Disney himself, the creator…

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  • Most Frenchmen Cheat

    According to a new poll. So, Dennis asks in the the Male/Female hour: what keeps men faithful? The post Most Frenchmen Cheat appeared first on The Dennis Prager Show.

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  • Just A Little Show Tuesday

    I open Tuesday's show with The New York Times' Ben Hubbard from Beirut, followed by Pastor Robert Jeffress whose interview with Bill O'Reilly is causing the left to swoon, and veteran correspondent(and now academic) Charles Bierbauer who covered both the 1972 and 1996 Olympics –linked by being the occasion of…

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  • National Security and 2016

    Tuesday's interviews with John Bolton (transcript here) and E.J. Dionne (audio and transcript here) underscored just how central to the 2016 presidential race the foreign policy fiascos of the past few years will be. The GOP will be talking about them, and Hillary will be unable to defend her record,…

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  • GOP Needs Unity, Not Factional Takeover

    GOP Needs Unity, Not Factional Takeover

    Before “Bridge-gate”, Governor Chris Christie tried to build a sense of inevitability about his potential presidential campaign. That's gone now, and, at least today, it's by no means certain he'll even run. Republicans should therefore focus on qualities we need most in a nominee rather than prematurely coalescing around any…

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