Jennifer Rubin is a columnist for the Washington Post. She believes in American exceptionalism, limited government, free markets, a secure and thriving Jewish state, defense of freedom and human rights around the world, enforced borders with a generous legal immigration policy, calling things by their proper names (e.g. Islamic fundamentalism), and recapturing vocabulary (a "feminist" is not the same as a pro-choice activist).
Nearly all wisdom is found in the Godfather movies (no, not Part 3!) and the Torah. I'm a dog nut, so I'm a sucker for any dog story. (And for the record, I think Bo is adorable.) I'm a harsh critic of racial preferences, the Middle East "peace process" (which is short on peace-production), Keynesian economics, judicial imperialism and liberal statism.
Republicans who dutifully carry out the wishes of President Trump, adviser Stephen Miller and the rest of the anti-immigrant crowd managed to dash hopes for a bipartisan agreement to spare hundreds of thousands of “dreamers” from deportation. The anti-immigration alternative, which would have slashed legal immigration (betraying their real agenda) and eliminated the visa lottery […]