Jonathan Tobin

National Review / Federalist / Jewish News Service

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Jonathan Tobin is a contributor to the National Review and The Federalist, and an opinion editor at Jewish News Service.

Tobin formerly served as senior online editor and a principal blogger at Commentary, a conservative monthly journal.

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The 538 members of the Electoral College cast their votes today for a Commander-in-Chief with the most extensive potential conflicts of interest in the history of the presidency.

Who will police presidential conflicts of interest?

The 538 members of the Electoral College cast their votes today for a Commander-in-Chief with the most extensive potential conflicts of interest in the history of the presidency.

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A committee of Congress today  grilled Hillary Clinton  about the deaths of four American officials in Benghazi, Libya in 2012 while she was Secretary of State.

Vintage Political Theater on Capitol Hill

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