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George Clooney Hopes to Meet Angela Merkel to Discuss Refugees

Actor George Clooney says he plans to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss the situation in Syria, which has contributed to the surge in refugees coming to Europe over the past year. Clooney told reporters at the Berlin Film Festival on Thursday that the movie industry is sometimes slow to react to events in the news.

Jeb like Reagan? No Comparison at all on Foreign Policy

On today's program, Reagan biographer, Craig Shirley, addressed comparisons between Jeb Bush and Ronald Reagan. Nicole Wallace claimed, "Jeb is the rightful occupier of that Reagan-ism in foreign policy." Shirley responded, challenging her to "compare Jeb Bush's experience in foreign policy with Ronald Reagan's." Regarding Jeb Bush's foreign policy, Shirley simply said, "There's no comparison at all...They're just making fools of themselves by trying to compare themselves to Reagan."

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Democracy Won in New Hampshire

David Frum - The Atlantic

The tight grip of oligarchy upon the American political system slipped a little last night in New Hampshire. On the Democratic side, voters cast their ballots for one of the most implausible candidates in modern presidential history—less because his rhetoric was so mesmerizing or his program

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Jeb Bush, Not Dead Yet

Dana Milbank - Washington Post

A most unfamiliar likeness of Jeb Bush appeared on Americans’ television screens the morning after the New Hampshire primary. This version looked alive. The onetime front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination was asked, on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” what he made of the disturbing exit-poll finding

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The GOP Created Donald Trump

Nicholas Kristof - The NY Times

The betting markets now say that the most likely Republican nominee for president is a man who mocks women, insults Latinos, endorses war crimes like torture, denounces party icons and favors barring people from the United States based on their religion. He’s less a true-believer conservative than an opportunist,

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The Republican Mess

Ross Douthat - The NY Times

In 1996, Pat Buchanan — running as a populist, a protectionist, an outsider — won three of the first four Republican primary season contests, taking caucuses in Louisiana and Alaska, finishing a close second in Iowa, and then winning New Hampshire outright. none of those victories mattered

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Crash could 'destroy capitalism as we know it'

They bounce back after terrorist attacks, pick themselves up after earthquakes and cope with pandemics such as Zika. They can even handle years of economic uncertainty, stagnant wages and sky-high unemployment. But no developed nation today could possibly tolerate another wholesale banking crisis and proper, blood and guts recession.

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Female Combat Vet Warns Against Women in Combat

Today on The Laura Ingraham Show, Jude Eden, a female Marine, Iraq war, combat vet, addressed the idea that women should register with the selective service, which would make it possible for America to draft women into ground combat. Despite her background, Eden adamantly opposes the inclusion of women in combat zones, claiming, "women have a lot of other risks and it's expensive to do this to integrate the combat units, and then this whole thing with the draft question is the cart coming after the horse." Further, Eden reiterated, "even though feminists want to tell us that men are interchangeable with women, it just ain't so."

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