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Noah Rothman

Can the Voters Be Saved?

Noah Rothman, Commentary Magazine Author and conservative columnist David Harsanyi explored some conservative frustrations with the voters in a column published in the . The piece, which he surely knew would induce spasms of scenery-chewing denunciations in our brave new populist era, argues that voters should have to demonstrate that they retain a minimal understanding

Will Boehner’s lawsuit target non-enforcement of Obamacare?

Noah Rothman,  House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) is reportedly planning to put a vote authorizing a lawsuit against the Obama administration before the House toward the end of the month. Since it was announced, there has been much discussion about the efficacy of this lawsuit, with commentators on the left and the right labeling it

Bill Clinton: Why doesn’t anyone believe we were poor?

Noah Rothman,  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has had a rough time of it ever since she asserted that both she and her husband were “dead broke” and “struggled” after leaving the White House in 2001. “A few weeks before they left the White House, the Clintons were able to muster a cash down payment

White House: IRS probe one of many Republican ˜conspiracy theories’

Noah Rothman,  White House Press Sec. Josh Earnest was probed on Friday by the White House press corps over how the administration is complying with congressional investigators pursuing the Internal Revenue Service’s alleged targeting conservative groups with undue scrutiny. On Friday, congressional investigators grilled IRS Commissioner John Koskinen over his agency failing to disclose that

Would you believe Hillary is ˜totally done with’ not being honest?

Noah Rothman,  On Friday night, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton submitted to an interview from her longtime friend and former speechwriter Lissa Muscataine in an appearance at George Washington University. When asked for her reflections on a week in which she drove the news cycle, Clinton grew introspective. “I say in the book that