Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post

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Jennifer Rubin is a conservative blogger for the Washington Post. She is a former contributing editor to Commentary magazine, a contributor to the New York Observer, a columnist for the conservative American Spectator, and the Washington DC Editor for Pajamas Media.

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