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Latest George Will Items
In a comments that seemed to surprise some of his fellow panelists, Fox News contributor and conservative columnist George Will said on Sunday that the U.S. should welcome the unaccompanied minors surging across the southern border, fleeing violence in their home countries, reported Raw Story.
Activists are calling for The Washington Post to fire columnist George Will over recent articles published in which he questioned the Obama administration's statistics on college sexual assaults.
The answer George Will gave several years ago when asked what he thinks of "neoconservatives" has stuck with many ever since.
I think I finally understand why conservative commentator George Will promotes "mainstream" GOP presidential candidates such as former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush for 2016.
On ABC's "This Week," George Will reacted to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's ongoing feud with libertarian-leaning Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul.
Over the past few weeks, the "war on marriage" has turned into a blitzkrieg.
Chilton Williamson Jr., once the book review editor at National Review, worked in a great tradition, his predecessors being Frank Meyer, who ran the book section from Woodstock, N.Y., and then George Will, who ran it from Washington. When George Will left National Review for more lucrative pastures, William F. Buckley chose Mr. Williamson, then a young editor at St. Martin's Press, to succeed him.
Did I waste my time last Sunday? In the morning, I was reading the New York Times, acquainting myself with precisely how the rich and famous live. The editors of the New York Times chose this story for its front page so I figured they thought it important.
Political consultant Dick Morris recently disclosed on Fox News Channel that some of the Republican presidential candidates that he talks about on the air have paid for advertisements in a newsletter he sends out to subscribers.