Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America get a kick out of Dianne Feinstein declaring Roe v. Wade of being a “superprecedent.”  They’re also frustrated as the VA’s inspector general shows far too many veterans are being forced to wait a long time on the Veterans Crisis Line.  And they weigh in on the Blaze suspending Tomi Lahren for telling ‘The View’ that being pro-choice is consistent with conservatism.

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  1. James P P Dirr Inactive
    James P P Dirr

    Feinstein’s “super precedent” analysis sounds a lot like arguments that were contained in the Southern Manifesto.

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