Kathryn Jean Lopez

Editor, National Review Online

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Editor of the National Review Online

Kathryn Jean Lopez on KCRW

Last night's  vice-presidential debate  will be old news by Tuesday, when John McCain and Barack Obama  face off again .

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Last night's vice-presidential debate will be old news by Tuesday, when John McCain and Barack Obama face off again .

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Last night's speeches by  Mitt Romney ,  Mike Huckabee  and  Rudy Giuliani  were full of the kind of sarcasm Republicans are famous for.

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Last night's speeches by Mitt Romney , Mike Huckabee and Rudy Giuliani were full of the kind of sarcasm Republicans are famous for.

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