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OPINION: Michael Gerson, a different kind of Conservative

We heard various definitions of conservatism during the recently concluded mid-term election campaign. “Vetted,” “Conservative, not crazy” and “RINO” (Republican in name only) were three of them. It is fascinating to me how far to the extremes North Idaho’s unique brand of conservatism has shifted.
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Michael Gerson, former Bush speechwriter during 9/11, dies at 58

Michael Gerson, speechwriter to former President George W. Bush and a columnist at the Washington Post has died at the age of 58 due to complications from cancer, according to the Washington Post. Gerson helped craft President Bush’s remarks following the 9/11 attacks and was a frequent guest on Meet the Press.Nov. 17, 2022.
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Michael Gerson, longtime NewsHour commentator, dies at 58

Amna Nawaz: The "NewsHour" lost a friend today. Longtime Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson, who regularly filled in on our Friday political analyst segment, died this morning at 58 years old. We take a minute now to look at his lifelong career in public service. Judy Woodruff: The analysis of...
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Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson dies at 58

Michael Gerson, a former speechwriter for former President George W. Bush and a Washington Post columnist who commented on conservative politics and faith at the paper for more than two decades, died on Thursday at a hospital in Washington, according to an obituary in the Post. Gerson was 58, and...
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Two cheers for Michael Gerson

And may he rest in peace. Today brought news of the death of Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson, from cancer, at the age of 58. In recent years, the former speechwriter for President George W. Bush emerged as one of a small group of important anti-Trump evangelical Christians, along with his friend and co-author Peter Wehner and the lawyer David French. Gerson’s voice will be missed by many.
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Opinion: Michael Gerson: What might help Democrats’ prospects? A focus on workers’ dignity.

This summer, two of the most engaging and important leaders of the center left — political philosopher Michael Sandel and Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., who ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020 — had a conversation on the topic “Reimagining the Future of the Democratic Party,” at the Aspen Institute’s Ideas Festival.