Matthew Continetti

Washington Free Beacon

Guest/Host

Opinion Editor of the Weekly Standard and editor of the newly launched Washington Free Beacon; author of The Persecution of Sarah Palin and The K Street Gang: The Rise and Fall of the Republican Machine

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Chaos in Yemen, Change in Saudi Arabia,State of the Union, Europe's Monetary Explosion

Tumult in the Arabian Peninsula, SOTU, NY Corruption

Chaos in Yemen, Change in Saudi Arabia,State of the Union, Europe's Monetary Explosion

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The Bergdahl exchange raises questions about the Taliban, looking at the real state of the US economy, and Maureen Dowd gets really high in Colorado.

The Bergdahl Exchange, a Soft Economy, and Dowd Gets Baked

The Bergdahl exchange raises questions about the Taliban, looking at the real state of the US economy, and Maureen Dowd gets really high in Colorado.

from Left, Right & Center

Tensions in Ukraine cool off, GOP poll numbers heat up, and just what is the purpose of college sports.

Cooling Off in Ukraine, Warming Up for the GOP

Tensions in Ukraine cool off, GOP poll numbers heat up, and just what is the purpose of college sports.

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