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by daniel halper

President Obama quietly issued 12 pardons and 8 commutations late yesterday afternoon, which happened to be one of the busiest news days of the year. Here are the dozen folks pardoned: The President granted pardons to the following twelve individuals:...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Daniel Halper | Thursday, December 18, 2014
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The Washington Post editorializes:  IN RECENT months, the outlook for the Castro regime in Cuba was growing steadily darker. The modest reforms it adopted in recent years to improve abysmal economic conditions had stalled, due to the regime’s refusal...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Daniel Halper | Thursday, December 18, 2014
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President Obama's statement condemning the mass murder in a Pakistan school fails to blame the perpetrators, the Taliban. Here's Obama's full statement: The United States condemns in the strongest possible terms today’s horrific attack on the Army...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Daniel Halper | Tuesday, December 16, 2014
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On MSNBC, David Axelrod said that Hillary Clinton was in "danger" of getting "in front of any rationale for" her presidential candidacy: "And what happened in 2008 was that Hillary's candidacy got out in front of any rationale for it," said Axelrod,...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Daniel Halper | Tuesday, December 16, 2014
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Mosaic has just published Menachem Begin’s Zionist Legacy, by Michael Doran, Daniel Gordis, Douglas Feith, Hillel Halkin, Meir Soloveichik, and Ruth Wisse. This collection of brilliant and never-before-published essays by six of the most perceptive...
From: Weekly Standard | By: Daniel Halper | Tuesday, December 16, 2014
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