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Jennifer Rubin

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Criminalizing abortion: Cue the enforcement nightmare

Consider what it would take to “prove” a woman had an illegal abortion. → Read More

Stare decisis is essential to social stability. The court doesn’t care.

The Supreme Court is blind to the havoc overturning Roe's precedent will have. → Read More

The right-wing justices think they are unaccountable. Wrong.

The Supreme Court wants to remake America? The public is ready to remake the court. → Read More

Kamala Harris finally found her moment and her message

Harris is ideally suited to speak to the issue of abortion and privacy. → Read More

Let’s throw out the term ‘culture wars.’ This is religious tyranny.

This isn't 'culture.' It's about lives, rights and human dignity. → Read More

If democracy survives, thank a federal employee

Disparaging the federal workforce undermines democracy. → Read More

The Supreme Court’s religion-driven mission sets off a firestorm

This is only the first step in the war against women, and against the 21st century. → Read More

A Ron Johnson challenger asks: What if Wisconsin actually had two senators?

Former Milwaukee Bucks executive Alex Lasry slams a do-nothing incumbent. → Read More

The problem with the GOP isn’t just the demagogues. It’s the voters.

There are sane GOP contenders for 2024. The problem is there's little demand for them. → Read More

‘Trumpery’ damaged our democracy. Here are some ways to overcome it.

Norm Eisen explains how to restore the rule of law. → Read More

We could use more moral outrage over Russia

Putin's depravity in Ukraine can't be criticized enough. → Read More

All jokes aside: Biden grasps the media’s obligation better than some of them do

The president's White House correspondents' dinner speech was on the mark. → Read More

The Jan. 6 hearings should follow 5 basic rules

The committee has a singular goal: Remove all doubt in the minds of rational people. → Read More

Distinguished pol of the week: Another GOP truth-teller

Who stood tall? → Read More

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Madeleine Albright’s funeral showed how far America has fallen

President Biden places his hand on the casket of the late Madeleine Albright during a funeral service at the Washington National Cathedral on April 27. (Al Drago/Bloomberg News) The funeral for Madeleine Albright on Wednesday was a moment to remember not only the first female secretary of state, but rather a whole generation of public servants. This includes a number of revered Americans who… → Read More

The Wisconsin GOP is stuck with Ron Johnson. Democrats could pick a winner.

Republicans have a problem in a critical state. → Read More

Lloyd Austin is right. Russia must be weakened.

Weakening aggressive authoritarian states is exactly what the U.S. should be doing. → Read More

The job Kevin McCarthy sold his soul for might elude him

When you've lost Tucker Carlson, you know you've probably lost the speakership. → Read More