Reihan Salam

National Review / The Atlantic

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Executive editor of National Review and columnist for Atlantic; co-author of Grand New Party: How Republicans Can Win the Working Class and Save the American Dream; fellow at the New America Foundation and columnist at Forbes.com

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And a continuing government shutdown.

New year, new Congress

And a continuing government shutdown.

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We have a result in all but one of last week's Senate races and, of course, we're waiting on Florida.

Why is it always Florida?

We have a result in all but one of last week's Senate races and, of course, we're waiting on Florida.

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Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford bared their souls in a hearing that lasted almost all of Thursday.

Ford describes, Kavanaugh denies

Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford bared their souls in a hearing that lasted almost all of Thursday.

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