The commentary at National Review Online
Newt Gingrich’s column at FoxNews.com
Less than an hour ago at the time of this posting, President Trump announced Brett Kavanaugh as his choice to replace Justice Kennedy on the United States Supreme Court. Last Friday we recorded a podcast (skip to minute 6 if you like) about how the Left plays the game during times like this. We mentioned that the Left would use the word “extreme” in their pre-fab press releases and talking points to describe anyone that President Trump would choose.
Well, true to form, here are some of the immediate tweets since the announcement, and the word “extreme” is in each one of them:
The good economic news has not made it to Bloomberg or the LA Times just yet.
America’s Millennials Are Waking Up to a Grim Financial Future
Job prospects, savings, safety nets, life expectancy—the data show just how bad a mess they face.
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Who in Montana can replace Jon Tester? The filing deadline has already passed, and there look to be 3-4 Republican Senate candidates. Those in the know, what can you tell us about any of the Republican candidates?
As we discussed last year, Salena Zito was so keen at watching and listening to real people, that she was one of the few journalists in America who saw what was happening and reported it correctly all along. She has written two pieces this week that look back at the past year and they are both “must reads” that need a little bit of your time and attention. Salena offers valuable feedback on what the American voter is thinking and feeling right now.
We are very proud of the work that Eric Schmitt is doing in Missouri, and he continues to be one of our movement’s brightest stars.
Mr. Schmitt was replying to this story:
We would all do well to adhere to this thinking:
Hopefully you at least partially followed the recent U.K. national elections. There is a lot of examining and explaining to be done as to what happened, and why it happened. The day after the election, on a London talk radio program, host Iain Dale took a call from a man named Martin. Martin went on an epic diatribe of voter frustration and disgust. Fortunately for us, the call has been archived and we can enjoy it over here on this side of the pond. Scroll down once you’re on the page and listen to the 9 min 40 sec version of the call. Enjoy!