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August 06, 2015

Washington Examiner this week: "Who Can Beat Hillary?"

Right-leaning political journalism magazine Washington Examiner, a DC-based weekly with daily online reporting, is relatively new, having begun life as a newspaper in 2005. I am now reading at least the weekly magazine--it appears free on stands all over the city--regularly and from front to cover. Aside from having longtime conservative standouts like Michael Barone contribute, it refreshingly (a) prizes reason and even-handedness in both reporting and opinion pieces, (b) rarely if ever contains the kind of emotional partisan outbursts my most brilliant Facebook friends across the ideological spectrum indulge in every week on political issues when you pitch a few to them, and (c) refuses to demonize and make unlikely cartoon characters of the opposition. This week's cover article, by Politics Editor Jim Ante, is particularly good and is entitled Who Can Beat Hillary?

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Above art/images by Washington Examiner

Posted by JD Hull at August 6, 2015 01:38 AM


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