Rich Lowry

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Opinion: Trump’s immigration policy is a necessary corrective – Rich Lowry

Let the panic over Donald Trump’s immigration policy begin. The New York Times ran a piece the other day headlined, “Sweeping Raids, Giant Camps, and Mass Deportations: Inside Trump’s 2025 Immigration Plans.” The reaction has been shock and outrage. Steve Benen of MSNBC wrote that “Trump envisions a governing model in which the government actually

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Opinion: The new Arab street is here at home – Rich Lowry

The old conventional wisdom was that the U.S. couldn’t be too pro-Israel for fear of inflaming “the Arab street.” The new conventional wisdom will have to be that we can’t be too pro-Israel for fear of inflaming “the Western street.” The Arab street, a hoary clich√© of commentary on the Middle East for decades, was

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Opinion: The kidnapped posters aren’t an affront – Rich Lowry

There are many things in American life considered offensive or controversial that never would have been before. Now, kidnapped posters have to be added to the list. There’s an ongoing struggle in our streets over whether it’s legitimate to post flyers about people kidnapped in the Hamas terror attack on Israel on October 7, or

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Opinion: There’s one easy trick to winning in 2024 – Rich Lowry

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. has a history, and a present, of promoting wild conspiracy theories. His independent bid for the presidency is quixotic at best. And yet a new Quinnipiac poll has him getting an impressive 22 percent in a three-way contest with Donald Trump and Joe Biden, and with a narrow lead among independents.

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Opinion: The superpower that can’t arm itself – Rich Lowry

No matter how much we’d like to believe in the inevitably of human progress and the spread of enlightened norms, we’ve learned the past couple of years that we still need artillery shells — lots of artillery shells. The Hamas terror attack, together with the ongoing Ukraine war and the looming Chinese threat to Taiwan,

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Opinion: Trump’s courtroom campaign – Rich Lowry

Donald Trump is getting indicted and tried all the way into a third Republican presidential nomination, and perhaps a second term in office. Trump’s court dates and legal entanglements aren’t a distraction from his campaign, as some observers predicted; in large part, they are the campaign. We’re all familiar with the so-called front-porch campaigns of

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