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Jennifer Rubin (Washington Post)

Jennifer Rubin is one of the Washington Post's stable of conservatives. In her case, "conservative" is defined as unprincipled, globalist, moderate Republican. Those in the Tea Parties movement - who have a highly skewed vision of conservatism to begin with - tend to regard her as a "RINO" in the David Brooks mold, but not due to her globalist, anti-nationalist stance.

Rubin is basically just a token: she's not as bright as Brooks or some other conservative pundits and just scrapes by.

Last modified Nov 20, 2012
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Amnesty fans cheer GOP, Teaparty mostly ignoring immigration to oppose Obamacare (NumbersUSA, Tea Party "Patriots") - 08/20/13

... against it.” UPDATE 2: Now, Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post has joined the campaign ( peekURL.com/zrTC837 ): If anti-immigration reformers were going to kill off immigration reform once and for all, August was the time to do it. They promised to rally the grass roots and dissuade House Republicans from daring to even think about bringing it back in the fall. Instead, the anti-immigration...

NumbersUSA, Steve King, Teaparty Patriots assist amnesty with weak immigration rally - 08/13/13

... looks comically under-attended. * Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post: washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2013/08/13/ media-hypes-rep-steve-king-while-immigration-reform-advances/ But the thing is that no one - outside the Beltway - takes [Steve King] all that seriously. The photo accompanying Politico’s report of an anti-immigration in Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s Richmond, Va., district...

Conservative leaders who support Marco Rubio's amnesty (Hannity, O'Reilly, Norquist, Cardenas, Krauthammer...) - 01/22/13

... Step In The Right Direction.'" (Jennifer Rubin, "Rubio Takes A Gamble," Washington Post, 1/13/13) Norquist: "Marco Rubio has opened the immigration debate in a constructive way...with a Reagan Republican perspective on economic growth." (Twitter, Grover Norquist, 1/14/13) [1] * Bill OReilly: "I think your program is a good one... that seems to be pretty fair... I like your program. I think it's...

Jennifer Rubin's very weak arguments for immigration amnesty - 11/21/12

Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post offers "Weak anti-immigration reform arguments" ( peekURL.com/zJXvqvc ). I'll show you why her arguments are themselves very weak. If you're one of the few who trusts anything Rubin says, keep reading. Her first argument is in response to the claim that comprehensive immigration reform (see the link) is amnesty. To that, she replies: For starters that...

Jennifer Rubin /Pajamas Media has so-so advice for GOP, but doesn't get their fundamental problems ("Party of Not Obama") - 06/20/09

Jennifer Rubin of Pajamas Media offers "Rallying the Party of 'Not Obama'" (pajamasmedia.com/blog/rallying-the-party-of-not-obama), a laundry list of suggestions for things that the GOP could oppose Obama over; it's a response to those who say the GOP should just concentrate on the positive. 1. The problems the GOP has run much deeper than just not attacking Obama over this or that. The problem...