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Topic - Rich Lowry
In a country that has produced great leadership for more than two centuries, Abraham Lincoln stands tall as perhaps the greatest of them all.
Though she's not running for president, Fox News founder Roger Ailes still drew gleeful reactions from liberal journalists for explaining his decision to hire Sarah Palin as a contributor because, "She was hot and got good ratings."
Forget the bus tour. In 24 hours, it's White House vacation time, punctuated by the outcry of those who say a presidential respite at this juncture is ill-timed and clueless.
Is he a conservative or Republican in "name only"?