S.E. Cupp

So, here’s my latest column in the Communities at The Washington Times… Rosen vs. Romney: The equality of homemakers and the relate-ability of presidential candidates Who really has a “dark ages” viewpoint of stay-at-home motherhood, and what does relate-ability have to do with being qualified

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OHATCHEE, Al. June 15, 2011 — Last week, I happened to be running errands on a military post when the nearest TV displayed Fox News Channel announcing that Representative Anthony Weiner (D-NY) was about to make a statement concerning his rumored online affairs at any

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What is newsworthy about Lawrence O’Donnell scoffing at “the end of the world”? Last week, Lawrence O’Donnell attempted to live up (or arguably down) to his Beck-bashing maestro predecessor Keith Olbermann by unleashing a litany about Bill O’Reilly, the word “hype”, Glenn Beck, the Bible

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Gabriella Hoffman invited me to be Young Con of the Week on The Rick Amato Show on February 14th. That just so happened to be the same night that the sharp and lovely S.E. Cupp was was to appear on the show. Listen to the

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On December 1, Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear (D) held a press conference to unveil plans for a theme park inspired by one of history’s most mysterious epic structures: Noah’s Ark. Titled “Ark Encounter”, the proposed privately funded $150 million for-profit project is expected to be

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Yesterday, S.E. Cupp published a humorous list of this election season’s bright spots, blunders and oddities. As the hours count down to the moment that everything is said and done at the polls, I think I might be able to expand her list slightly. Alabama

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Berlinski vs. Hitchens: An agnostic secular Jew and an atheist debate the implications of a purely secular society. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — On Sept. 7, David Berlinski and Christopher Hitchens met for a debate in Birmingham, Alabama. Hosted by the Fixed Point Foundation, the debate premise

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Winning minds is one thing.  Winning hearts is a totally different matter.  I’ll explain later. She’s conservative.  She loves and defends Christians.  She believes America was founded on Judeo-Christian values.  She says she would never vote for an atheist President.  But S.E. Cupp herself is

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