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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America argue that Beto O’Rourke running for president is actually a good thing because it will either show media infatuation can get you elected or burst O’Rourke’s hype bubble. They are also concerned by the alarming rise in mental health disorders in teens that is linked to social media use. And they also give Elizabeth Warren a molecule of credit for defending capitalism, only to watch her then say markets don’t work for health care or education.

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Betomania and Anti-Semitism: Why I Don’t Support Him


I’m not a Republican in a red state. But I’m not blue either. All around me are Beto signs (although, to be fair they should state CALIFORNIANS AND NEW YORKERS FOR BETO; 54% of the money contributed to his campaign comes from people who can’t vote for him due to gerrymandering by the founding fathers) and like many others here I too was flooded with Beto text messages this year. But there was a breaking point.

Beto mentioned that he did not support moving the U.S. Embassy to the capital of Israel, Jerusalem, on the grounds that it would cause violence. Talk about letting the terrorists win.