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Severed Heads

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

The real felony remains the exemptions given to high officials such as Lerner, Napolitano, and Rice who have wreaked havoc because they assume they will never be fired. Even a badly conducted severing of a culpable government head is always preferable to an adroit exemption from any consequences. The one is rare and salutary, the other is commonplace and insidious.

Trump, not Lewandowski, to blame for campaign's woes

W. James Antle III, Washington Examiner

The biggest problems with Trump's presidential run are of his own making. They can't be solved through a staffing change. They can only be fixed at the top.