Category Archives: John McCain

The Pettiest President?

By Joel Mathis of The Week – Trump’s ridicule of the late Arizona Sen. John McCain came during a weekend tweeting spree that was, even by the president’s own very low standards, extraordinary for its sustained thin-skinned narcissism. He complained … Continue reading

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Reagan Conservatism’s Summer of Sorrow

(Note from Ken Feltman: And now strike three.) By Matt Lewis of the Daily Beast, published August 28, 2018 First Charles Krauthammer goes, and now we lose John McCain. A strain of conservatism that was honorable and decent is dying, … Continue reading

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John McCain’s Last Fight

By Michael Hirsh in Politico Magazine The Arizona senator’s twilight struggle with Donald Trump is so bitter because they’re more alike than you think. Read more…

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John McCain Battles Donald Trump With His Dying Breaths

By Frank Bruni of the New York Times Senator Lindsey Graham once described his friend John McCain as someone who would “run across the street to get in a good fight.” McCain’s final battle came straight to him. I’m not … Continue reading

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Let us hope John McCain’s vision of America long outlasts him

By Anne Applebaum (@AnneApplebaum) of the Washington Post, with thanks to Mike Murphy (@MurphyMike) “I have been amusing myself latterly with reading the voluminous letters of Cicero. They certainly breathe the present effusions of an exalted patriot, while the parricide … Continue reading

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