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Dear Mr. Speaker: You are almost certain to hold the fate of 1.8 million “Dreamers” in your hands when the Senate concludes its marathon immigration debate. I appeal to you to ask yourself: What would Jack Kemp, your hero and mentor, want you to do? You'll be in charge of deciding how immigration gets ...
Judging by the enthusiasm, dedication, idealism and joyfully expressed righteous indignation on display at the Unrig the System summit in New Orleans last week, a potentially powerful national movement is building to combat the corruption and dysfunction visited on the nation by the Republican and ...

In response to Morton Kondracke's recent guest opinion (“Deporting 'Dreamers' would rival most shameful periods of U.S. history,” published Jan. 23) I have a question for you. Recently while traveling through a back road of Fauquier County my mind was on work and not on the speed limit signs I passed ...
The fate of more than 1 million “Dreamers” will indelibly define America's character in the eyes of our own population and the world. The fact that these innocent young people have been kept in agonized limbo for years is bad enough. They were brought to the U.S. as children by illegal immigrant parents, ...
Ten years ago, The Atlantic's Ron Brownstein wrote a book, “The Second Civil War,” describing and lamenting the polarization and paralysis afflicting American politics. Since then, America has become an even more divided country, its political partisans split into tribes that literally hate each other.
Before our savagely polarized country rips itself apart with violent language and violent deeds, it's time for the nation's adult leaders to rally and fortify the political center. I'm not talking about national Republican and Democratic leaders. They're hopeless. They're momentarily talking up bipartisan unity after ...

Morton Kondracke. Special to The Times. IF you think this presidential election campaign has been ugly, wait — the next four years could be much worse. Assuming Hillary Clinton survives her email crisis and gets elected, House Republicans vow to spend “years” investigating her. Some are already ...
... a bipartisan budget, a highway bill and education reform. I wish Ryan had run this year. If enough of us write him in, maybe he will next time. Morton Kondracke is Roll Call's former executive editor and columnist. He is co-author of "Jack Kemp: The Bleeding Heart Conservative Who Changed America.".
Firstly, three trustees, Morton Kondracke '60, R. William Burgess '81 and S. Caroline Kerr '05, participated in a panel for Class Officers ...
Morton Kondracke is the retired executive editor of Roll Call, a former "McLaughlin Group" and Fox News commentator and co-author, with Fred ...
When a parody of the show ran on “Saturday Night Live” in 1990, the staff of the old New Republic—whose Michael Kinsley, Fred Barnes and Morton Kondracke were regular guests—flocked into the office of editor Hendrik Hertzberg to watch. Kinsley once said that McLaughlin as the host “had more impact ...
... the staff of the old New Republic—whose Michael Kinsley, Fred Barnes and Morton Kondracke were regular guests—flocked into the office of ...
Morton Kondracke is the retired executive editor of Roll Call, a Fox News contributor and co-author of “Jack Kemp: The Bleeding Heart ...
Morton Kondracke is Roll Call's former executive editor and columnist. He is co-author of "Jack Kemp: The Bleeding Heart Conservative Who ...
Ten years ago, The Atlantic's Ron Brownstein wrote a book, “The Second Civil War,” describing and lamenting the polarization and paralysis afflicting American politics. Since then, America has become an even more divided country, its political partisans split into tribes that literally hate each other.
Morton Kondracke is the retired executive editor of Roll Call, a former "McLaughlin Group" and Fox News commentator and co-author, with Fred ...
... the staff of the old New Republic—whose Michael Kinsley, Fred Barnes and Morton Kondracke were regular guests—flocked into the office of ...

Morton Kondracke is the retired executive editor of Roll Call, a Fox News contributor and co-author of “Jack Kemp: The Bleeding Heart ...
Morton Kondracke is Roll Call's former executive editor and columnist. He is co-author of "Jack Kemp: The Bleeding Heart Conservative Who ...
“Jack Kemp,” a new biography by Morton Kondracke and Fred Barnes — two right-of-center political journalists best known as co-hosts of “The ...
But what the opposition to the Grenada action showed (with the notable exception of liberal anticommunist Morton Kondracke who criticized liberals for "obeying rules" rather than "gaining geopolitical advantage") was that on this matter they were ...
Although Hillary Clinton is still expected to sneak back into the Oval Office, the polls have been tightening in recent days, and Tuesday's election could be a nail-biter for poor ignorant saps like you who don't know how to predict elections.
Although Hillary Clinton is still expected to sneak back into the Oval Office, the polls have been tightening in recent days, and Tuesday's election could be a nail-biter for poor ignorant saps like you who don't know how to predict elections.
Morton Kondracke. Special to The Times. IF you think this presidential election campaign has been ugly, wait - the next four years could be much worse.
The participants I best remember are The Baltimore Sun's Jack Germond, Newsweek's Eleanor Clift, The New Republic's Morton Kondracke, "the prince of darkness" Robert Novak, and paleoconservative Pat Buchanan. The format was that McLaughlin would ...
McLaughlin had the best opinion journalists of the time on his program, including Jack Germond, Robert Novak, Morton Kondracke, Pat Buchanan, Eleanor Clift and Michael Barone. There were falling outs with some of his stars: Novak is reported to have ...
McLaughlin had the best opinion journalists of the time on his program, including Jack Germond, Robert Novak, Morton Kondracke, Pat Buchanan, Eleanor Clift and Michael Barone. There were falling-outs with some of his stars: Novak is reported to have ...
McLaughlin had the best opinion journalists of the time on his program, including Jack Germond, Robert Novak, Morton Kondracke, Pat Buchanan, Eleanor Clift and Michael Barone. There were falling outs with some of his stars: Novak is reported to have ...
The group's setup guaranteed conflict and contrast: The original panel included conservatives Pat Buchanan and Robert Novak pitted against a reasonable moderate, Morton Kondracke, and a grumpy liberal, Jack Germond. McLaughlin, one of the few openly ...
McLaughlin's best-known guests - then-Newsweek writer Clift, the late Baltimore Sun columnist Jack Germond, conservative commentator Patrick Buchanan and Washington-based journalist and editor Morton Kondracke - thrived in this corral. They often ...
If anything, it has received some surprisingly positive assessments from the generally credible Peter Baker and Morton Kondracke in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal, respectively. As I hope to demonstrate, such favorable reviews are wholly ...
Morton Kondracke, former columnist for Newsweek and the New Republic and a onetime pundit on The McLaughlin Group, pointed out that the average working class white worker is making less now than in the mid '90s, and that 40 percent of the financial ...
Perhaps less famous was Millicent Martinez Kondracke, whose husband was editorial columnist Morton Kondracke. He wrote the book "Saving Milly: Love, Politics and Parkinson's Disease," about his wife's battle with Parkinson's and his efforts to support ...
Morton Kondracke of Roll Call addressed the NACDS Regional Chain Conference in February. Former Mississippi Governor and former Republican National Committee Chairman Haley Barbour participated in NACDS Week in New York City last December.
Morton Kondracke of Roll Call addressed the NACDS Regional Chain Conference in February. And former Mississippi Governor and former Republican National Committee Chairman Haley Barbour participated in NACDS Week in New York City last ...
Modest to a fault, I do not call it the Kristol-VandeHei-Kaplan gambit; also I do not call it the Kristol-VandeHei-Kaplan-Kondracke gambit, though Morton Kondracke, a man in the aforementioned Truman-Johnson vein of American liberalism, urged, several ...
Author Morton Kondracke and Dartmouth Tuck School of Business Dean Matthew Slaughter recently wrote in The Wall Street Journal that trade accords such as NAFTA have boosted annual U.S.
To read the recent biography of him by journalists Fred Barnes and Morton Kondracke, "Jack Kemp: The Bleeding-Heart Conservative Who Changed America," is to be struck by Kemp's touching naivete by the standards of the 2016 GOP race.
As an alternative response, I would endorse the following suggestion that recently was made by Morton Kondracke and Matthew Slaughter, in their opinion-page article in the March 16 edition of the Wall Street Journal: "We need to build a broader, ...
To read the recent biography of him by journalists Fred Barnes and Morton Kondracke, "Jack Kemp: The Bleeding-Heart Conservative Who Changed America," is to be struck by Kemp's touching naivete by the standards of the 2016 GOP race.
... of former Governor and former Republican National Committee Chairman Haley Barbour, R-Miss., at NACDS Week in New York last December, and the appearance of Morton Kondracke of Roll Call at the NACDS Regional Chain Conference in February.
In their biography of Jack Kemp, authors Morton Kondracke and Fred Barnes write about the so-called "Battle of the Comma.
As Morton Kondracke rightly points out in Bloomberg Could Start a Third Party, "As America becomes more polarized, the desire grows for a candidate in the center focused on building consensus and getting results.
At least those are the thoughts expressed by Morton Kondracke in a recent Wall Street Journal Opinion piece. In "Bloomberg Could Start a Third Party," Kondracke mentions several factors that suggest now may just be the right time for such an idea to ...
At the Opening General Session today, the national political scene took center stage with expert insights from political analyst Morton Kondracke, and with the launch of NACDS RxIMPACT Votes - the get-out-the-vote arm of NACDS' highly successful ...
If former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg decides to run for president this year, he's not going to win. He should still run, however, to establish a moderate political movement that lasts beyond 2016.
"Jack Kemp", a new biography by Morton Kondracke and Fred Barnes - two right-of-centre political journalists best known as co-hosts of "The Beltway Boys", which ran for a decade on Fox News - gets off to a shaky start by stating that the Kemp-Roth ...
Authors Fred Barnes and Morton Kondracke's subject was first known and beloved as a quarterback for the Buffalo Bills, but Jack Kemp went on to become even better known as a American statesman, a supply-side evangelist and a compassionate ...


 

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