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Pruden: Flying as close to the flame as Hillary dares

By Wesley Pruden Everything about the Clintons, both Hillary and Bubba, is a lie, including (to steal a memorable line from the author Mary McCarthy) the “a,” the “and,” and the “the.” Neither Bubba nor Hillary know how to tell the truth, but both of them are masters at spinning the lie. The dump of […]

Pruden: When Hillary gets an unexpected spanking

By Wesley Pruden The Democrats can run, to paraphrase Muhammed Ali’s rebuke of a timid opponent, but they can’t hide. Hillary Clinton is turning her campaign into a game of hide-and-seek, and the party is terrified. Some leading Democrats are beginning to say out loud what they have said privately for weeks. What she thought […]

Pruden: Marco Rubio fires an impressive opening shot

By Wesley Pruden No presidential campaign guru ever posted a sign in headquarters warning the warriors that “it’s foreign policy, Stupid.” Americans are so pleased to be where they are they have little interest in what’s going on anywhere else. Americans had zero interest in the gathering storm in the Pacific on Dec. 6, 1941, […]

Pruden: Liberals enabled the rise of ‘transgenderism’

By Wesley Pruden The “progressives,” who were “liberals” before they stunk up the word so bad that even they couldn’t take it any longer, invented identity politics, which encourages everyone to find a grievance and build his/her/its identity around it. We’re almost there. Identity politics often requires a lot of double-think and suspension of what […]

Pruden: An unusual field crowds the Republican pool

By Wesley Pruden It’s spring, and the water must be fine, because everybody’s jumping in. Carly Fiorina leaped in Monday with Ben Carson, and Mike Huckabee will follow Tuesday. Republicans have never had such diversity. There’s two Cuban-Americans who speak fluent Spanish, a Baptist preacher who speaks fluent old-time values, a black man and a […]

Pruden: More love and marriage ahead, American style

By Wesley Pruden American ingenuity is the envy of the world, and why not? The exceptional nation may no longer be the workshop of the world — Americans drive cars built in Japan, wear pants made in Malaysia, shirts sewn in Burma, shoes cobbled in Canada and drawers, from petite to queen size, manufactured in […]

Pruden: No election day for dummies

By Wesley Pruden When President Obama was elected president in 2008 on a promise to “transform” America, most voters didn’t have a clue to what he meant, and he has transformed as much as he could get by with. He’s harder at work than ever. One of his baddest bad ideas is mandatory voting. Armed […]

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