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Jennifer Rubin

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Recent articles by Jennifer:

The ‘fraudits’ are flopping

GOP efforts to undermine the election are backfiring. → Read More

MAGA Republicans may end up regretting their fidelity to Trump

They tied themselves to Trump — and might go down with the ship. → Read More

Pessimism about the Jan. 6 committee is unwarranted

Its members mean business. → Read More

Why would West Virginia and Arizona senators balk at a bill that helps their states so much?

What problems are Manchin and Sinema trying to solve? → Read More

The GOP’s ideology doesn’t match economic reality. Just ask one of this year’s Nobel Prize winners.

The real world does not support ideological rigidity. → Read More

A step-by-step guide to heading off the next coup attempt

There are lots of holes to plug. → Read More

Get the message right, Democrats: The reconciliation bill is about supporting families

Americans want help. Especially women. → Read More

The media are finally waking up to the ‘rolling coup.’ They must take the side of democracy.

Reporters must hold Republicans accountable. → Read More

Time’s up for Facebook’s empty promises

Facebook keeps stalling. → Read More

Don’t blame the ‘moderates’ for the reconciliation fight

Over on the House side, Democrats have essentially given their proxy to Biden. There is no equivalent of holdup Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.) in that chamber. Sober centrists such as Abigail Spanberger (Va.) and Elissa Slotkin (Mich.) are firmly with Biden. Even obstreperous moderate Josh Gottheimer (N.J.), who was left sputtering and abandoned by his allies when his demands for a clean vote on… → Read More

Biden must stress American values and success

The president can lift the discussion about his agenda. → Read More

Chat with Jennifer Rubin about her columns, politics, policy and more

Columnist Jennifer Rubin takes your questions and comments on her daily columns and the latest news. → Read More

The federal court ruling blocking Texas’s abortion law is a marvel

The decision may be short-lived, but it is worth celebrating. → Read More

Mitch McConnell ‘blinked’ on the debt ceiling. Here’s what that means.

The Senate minority leader has no coherent argument against a long-term debt increase. → Read More

Advice to Trump critics and democracy lovers in the GOP: Leave the party

It's long past time to give up on a sane GOP. → Read More

Glenn Youngkin reminds Virginians: The GOP is out to delegitimize elections

Once again, Youngkin winks and nods to election conspiracy theories. → Read More

What Facebook’s whistleblower achieved

Putting the SEC, Congress and the public on notice → Read More

Mike Lee may finally pay for his Trump sycophancy

Independents, Democrats and Republicans who want to break free from the MAGA grip should cheer on Evan McMullin. → Read More

Lawyers at last look ready to step up and defend the rule of law

Defending democracy must be the primary responsibility of this profession. → Read More

The GOP’s assault on voting continues unabated. Where are Senate Democrats?

So long as the attacks on democracy persist, Democrats must respond. → Read More