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Ramesh Ponnuru

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Senior Editor, National Review and View Columnist, Bloomberg — Bloomberg View, National Review
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National Review senior editor, Bloomberg View columnist, AEI Visiting Fellow. Husband of @aprilponnuru.

Edward Snowden doesn’t deserve a presidential pardon - Central Connecticut Communications: New Britain Herald

centralctcommunications.com — Snowden famously disclosed in 2013 that the National Security Agency had been collecting Americans' electronic metadata in bulk. The program was authorized only by a dubious reading of existing law, and when Congress debated the issue it insisted on changes to the program. So even though Snowden broke the law, he contributed to a worthwhile democratic debate.

Edward Snowden doesn’t deserve a presidential pardon - The Bristol Press: Bristol Press

centralctcommunications.com — Snowden famously disclosed in 2013 that the National Security Agency had been collecting Americans' electronic metadata in bulk. The program was authorized only by a dubious reading of existing law, and when Congress debated the issue it insisted on changes to the program. So even though Snowden broke the law, he contributed to a worthwhile democratic debate.

Snowden should not get a pardon | The Charlotte Observer

charlotteobserver.com — If the most famous U.S. government secret revealed by Edward Snowden had been the only one he divulged, deciding whether he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama would be a tougher call. Snowden famously disclosed in 2013 that the National Security Agency had been collecting Americans' electronic metadata in bulk.

Ramesh Ponnuru: Snowden doesn’t deserve a presidential pardon

commercialappeal.com — By Ramesh Ponnuru If the most famous U.S. government secret revealed by Edward Snowden had been the only one he divulged, deciding whether he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama would be a tougher call. Snowden famously disclosed in 2013 that the National Security Agency had been collecting Americans' electronic metadata in bulk.

More Upside for Trump Than Clinton in Debate | National Review

nationalreview.com — Looking at it pretty simply but not, I think, incorrectly: Trump's big problem is that too few Americans think he is qualified for the presidency, has the right temperament, etc., while Clinton's big problem is that too few Americans think she is honest and trustworthy.

New Allegations Against David Brock | National Review

Edward Snowden doesn't deserve a presidential pardon

denverpost.com — By Ramesh Ponnuru, Bloomberg View If the most famous U.S. government secret revealed by Edward Snowden had been the only one he divulged, deciding whether he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama would be a tougher call. Snowden famously disclosed in 2013 that the National Security Agency had been collecting Americans' electronic metadata in bulk.

Reckless Edward Snowden deserves no presidential pardon

startribune.com — If the most famous U.S. government secret revealed by Edward Snowden had been the only one he divulged, deciding whether he deserves a pardon from President Barack Obama would be a tougher call. Snowden famously disclosed in 2013 that the National Security Agency had been collecting Americans' electronic metadata in bulk.

Snowden Shouldn't Get a Pardon | National Review

nationalreview.com — The NSA should not have been running the metadata program that Snowden brought to light without explicit congressional authorization. But that doesn't mean he should get a pardon, I argue at Bloomberg View.

Ramesh Ponnuru: Trump frees Republicans from rigid litmus tests

watertowndailytimes.com — By RAMESH PONNURU Bloomberg View NEW YORK - Over the span of two days, the Republican nominee for president has proposed new child care subsidies, new mandatory benefits to be provided by business, the removal of millions of families from the income-tax rolls and an increase in tax rates on single people making from $112,500 to $190,000 a year.
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Sep 24, 2016

RT @greg_jenner: A fact that always blows my mind, Queen Cleopatra's era was closer to us in time than to the beginning of Egyptian civilisation

Sep 23, 2016

RT @HallieJackson: Cruz's former comms guy, @rickwtyler, to me just now: "It's mourning in America for conservatives. We lost our leader today."

Sep 23, 2016

RT @davidharsanyi: i get some people feel the need to back trump. i don't get why some ppl make a big display of dissent & then endorse tru…

Sep 23, 2016

RT @teddyschleifer: JUST IN: Ted Cruz --"I have decided that on Election Day, I will vote for the Republican nominee, Donald Trump." https://t.co/5zFCUQxe2V

Sep 22, 2016

RT @Lis_Smith: What's so frustrating abt @hillaryclinton's messaging is trickle down effect. If we don't win fed races we lose 1/2 https://t.co/o40ryOyjMa


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