Gabriel Schoenfeld

Hudson Institute

Guest

Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute; author of Necessary Secrets: National Security, the Media, and the Rule of Law and A Bad Day on the Romney Campaign: An Insider's Account; former Senior Editor of Commentary magazine; senior adviser to Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign 

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Surrogates for Donald Trump claim he's no racist, but his attack on a federal judge with Mexican ancestors was the last straw for many Republicans.

Donald Trump Divides the Republican Party

Surrogates for Donald Trump claim he's no racist, but his attack on a federal judge with Mexican ancestors was the last straw for many Republicans.

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The Obama Administration has cracked down on leakers of classified information, and on reporters who refuse to reveal their sources.

Does Government Secrecy Really Keep Americans Safer?

The Obama Administration has cracked down on leakers of classified information, and on reporters who refuse to reveal their sources.

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In October President Bush talked about Iran's nuclear program in terms of   "World War III" .

Bush Defends Past Stance on Nuclear Threat from Iran

In October President Bush talked about Iran's nuclear program in terms of "World War III" .

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