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  • The Qualities of a Leader as Found in Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”

    Posted on February 9, 2016 Bill Bennet

    From Macbeth, Act 4, Scene 3: MACDUFF This avarice Sticks deeper, grows with more pernicious root Than summer-seeming lust, and it hath been The sword of our slain kings. Yet do not fear; Scotland hath foisons to fill up your will, Of your mere own. All these are portable, With other graces weighed. MALCOLM But […]

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  • Ben Carson’s national security go-to guy

    Posted on November 16, 2015 Hugh Hewitt

    Suddenly, the Paris attacks make us want to know who, exactly, is advising the would-be presidents on the world they want to lead and the dangers it contains. Retired Army Major General Bob Dees has been around and done a few things. Call up Wikipedia and look him up. I don’t have the space to […]

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  • Did Trump kill the bump?

    Posted on December 14, 2015 Hugh Hewitt

    Did Donald Trump kill “the bump”? Not the infamous dance from the ’70s (though, who knows? It is possible). No I mean the “bump” that successful candidates get from winning The Iowa caucuses or the New Hampshire primary, a step up in attention and respect that fuels a candidate’s ambitions (and opens donors’ pockets) prior […]

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  • Who’s up and who’s down in New Hampshire, and beyond

    Posted on February 8, 2016 Hugh Hewitt

    Donald Trump looks certain to win the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night because he didn’t lose the Saturday night debate. He didn’t win it either. Ohio Gov. John Kasich clearly won by pitching perfectly to the independent vote he has been wooing for months at town halls across the state. Enough to come in second […]

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