Marc Thiessen, Philly Inquirer

Marc Thiessen

Philly Inquirer

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent:
  • Philly Inquirer
  • Boston Herald
  • The Saratogian
  • Troy Record
  • Washington Post
  • New Jersey Herald
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
Past:
  • Daily Herald
  • Fox News
  • mySA
  • Houston Chronicle
  • chicagotribune.com
  • nwfdailynews
  • AEI
  • Deseret News
  • Philly.com
  • Tacoma News Tribune
  • and more…

Recent articles by Marc:

The smearing of Brett Kavanaugh continues

The only thing more shameful than the Times’ irresponsible reporting was the news of Democratic presidential candidates who seized on the story to call for Kavanaugh’s impeachment. → Read More

Fake news reports try to pin Obama leaks on Trump

CNN tried to blame Trump for the loss of a Kremlin source, when it was really the Obama administration that was responsible for the catastrophic leaks that burned him — and did so by in part citing a leak that did not come from Trump at all but most likely from a former Obama official. → Read More

Marc Thiessen: CNN tries to blame Trump for the Obama administration's leaks

Here's some advice for the media covering President Trump: If you don't want to be accused of reporting fake news, don't report fake news. → Read More

Marc Thiessen: CNN tries to blame Trump for the Obama administration's leaks

Here's some advice for the media covering President Trump: If you don't want to be accused of reporting fake news, don't report fake news. → Read More

CNN tries to blame Trump for the Obama administration’s leaks

CNN tried to blame Trump for the loss of a Kremlin source, when it was really the Obama administration that was responsible for the catastrophic leaks that burned him — and did so by in part citing a leak that did not come from Trump at all but most likely from a former Obama official. → Read More

Marc Thiessen: Trump's Taliban invite one of most shameful moments of presidency

Imagine if, back in 2011, President Barack Obama had not only withdrawn all U.S. forces from Iraq, facilitating the rise of the Islamic State, but also invited Islamic State leaders → Read More

Marc Thiessen: Trump's Taliban invite one of most shameful moments of presidency

Imagine if, back in 2011, President Barack Obama had not only withdrawn all U.S. forces from Iraq, facilitating the rise of the Islamic State, but also invited Islamic State leaders → Read More

Trump’s Taliban invite is one of the most shameful moments of his presidency

Trump now says the Taliban talks "are dead." Let's hope so -- and that with the death of those talks dies one of the most shameful moments of the Trump presidency. → Read More

CNN tries to blame Trump for the Obama administration’s leaks

CNN's Russian spy story leaves out key context about Obama aides' actions before the spy's exfiltration. → Read More

Trump’s Taliban invite is one of the most shameful moments of his presidency

He should not even have considered inviting the Taliban to Camp David. → Read More

Theodore McCarrick still won't confess

WASHINGTON -- Disgraced ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick was defrocked in February and ordered by Pope Francis to live a "life of prayer and penance." It seems the message did not get through. → Read More

Marc Thiessen: Senate Democrats' unprecedented threat against the Supreme Court

In 2017, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., accused President Trump of showing "a disdain for an independent judiciary that doesn't always bend to his wishes" after Trump criticized a → Read More

Marc Thiessen: Senate Democrats' unprecedented threat against the Supreme Court

In 2017, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., accused President Trump of showing "a disdain for an independent judiciary that doesn't always bend to his wishes" after Trump criticized a → Read More

Theodore McCarrick still won’t confess

McCarrick's shocking interview should serve as a reminder that we cannot rest until every single priest who has abused a child has been exposed and removed. → Read More

Theodore McCarrick still won’t confess

It is pathetic that almost everything we know about the McCarrick coverup has come not from the church but from investigative journalists, grand juries and whistle-blowers. → Read More

Senate Democrats’ unprecedented threat against the Supreme Court

Democrats' complaint is not with the rise of “political influence” on the court, but rather with their lack of political influence on the court. → Read More

Senate Democrats’ unprecedented threat against the Supreme Court

In 2017, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., accused President Trump of showing “a disdain for an independent judiciary that doesn’t always bend to his wishes” after T… → Read More

Marc Thiessen: Trump and Biden have the same message

During a recent speech in New Hampshire, President Trump unveiled a new campaign line: "Whether you love me or hate me, you have got to vote for me." → Read More

Marc Thiessen: Trump and Biden have the same message

During a recent speech in New Hampshire, President Trump unveiled a new campaign line: "Whether you love me or hate me, you have got to vote for me." → Read More

Trump and Biden have the same message: You may not like me, but you must vote for me

During a recent speech in New Hampshire, President Trump unveiled a new campaign line: “Whether you love me or hate me, you have got to vote for me.” Citing the strong economy, Trump to… → Read More