Journal Editorial Report

They. Chose. Poorly: Kasich Annoys EVERYBODY!

by Mike November 14, 2015

We discovered, during the summer, that team Sununu had picked Kasich as their moderate Republican standard-bearer for 2016, and further, that Kasich had bet his entire campaign on New Hampshire. Those of us who had watched Kasich on Fox from time to time already weren’t very impressed with either his claims of conservatism or his […]

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Journal Editorial Report: Cruz’ Shrewd Approach

by Mike November 6, 2015

One of my regular weekend programs is the Wall Street Journal Editorial Report with Paul Gigot, and a panel of their top editorial staff. Last weekend, they discussed the CNBC GOP debate, and noted the shrewd approach of Ted Cruz – tapping into the anger of the conservative base without going after his rivals directly…

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Journal Editorial Report: Kasich’s Muddled Message

by Mike November 6, 2015

One of my regular weekend programs is the Wall Street Journal Editorial Report with Paul Gigot, and a panel of their top editorial staff. Last weekend, they discussed the CNBC GOP debate, and noted the angry way John Kasich went after the “inexperienced” outsiders, as well as his muddled message problem – claiming to be […]

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A Cautionary Tale For Democrats: Red State Boom vs Blue State Bust

by Mike January 28, 2013

On FNC this afternoon, The WSJ Editorial Report covered the Phil Mickelson tax controversy, and where he could live for less than a 63% penalty. Paul Gigot, James Freeman, Kimberly Strassel and Stephen Moore discussed how states with no, or falling, income tax are booming, and states with high, or rising, income tax are stagnant […]

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