James Antle

Washington Examiner

Guest/Host

James Antle is politics editor for the conservative Washington Examiner and the author of Devouring Freedom: Can Big Government Ever Be Stopped?.

Antle is a former editor and writer for the Daily Caller News Foundation and a former associate editor at the American Spectator.

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The police killing of George Floyd has protesters focusing on another key issue — environmental injustice.

The link between racial and environmental injustice

The police killing of George Floyd has protesters focusing on another key issue — environmental injustice.

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The GOP Congress has tried multiple times to repeal Obamacare. Now, with the attention on tax reform, Republicans once again have their sights on the Affordable Care Act.

Republicans tack on Obamacare repeal to their tax bill

The GOP Congress has tried multiple times to repeal Obamacare. Now, with the attention on tax reform, Republicans once again have their sights on the Affordable Care Act.

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The GOP Congress has tried multiple times to repeal Obamacare. Now, with the attention on tax reform, Republicans once again have their sights on the Affordable Care Act.

Republicans tack on Obamacare repeal to their tax bill

The GOP Congress has tried multiple times to repeal Obamacare. Now, with the attention on tax reform, Republicans once again have their sights on the Affordable Care Act.

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