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Why Middle East peace starts in Saudi Arabia

The epic Sunni-Shiite war is at the center of the crisis shaking the Middle East today. Continue Reading....

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If Ossoff wins in Georgia, Trump is in for a world of pain in 2018

The Democrat winning the special election would be a warning sign for the GOP. Continue Reading....

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Leakers who revealed Israel as intelligence source did far more damage than Trump

It’s the leakers, not Trump, who can’t be trusted. Continue Reading....

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Federal power creeps its way toward controlling . . . spiders?

It’s a classic, high-stakes match pitting the government against a Texas rancher. Continue Reading....

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The guardrails can’t contain Trump

But removing him by way of the 25th Amendment would be the most destabilizing event in American political history. Continue Reading....

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An old ‘disease’ that could help lawmakers understand today’s health-care debate

Economist William Baumol’s postulations are particularly relevant as an aging workforce retires into the expensive embrace of the entitlement state. Continue Reading....

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The left’s misguided obsession with ‘cultural appropriation’

Our culture is enriched by the melding of different artistic traditions. Continue Reading....

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A political ax murder

There were plenty of reasons to fire James Comey — just not the one President Trump has given. Continue Reading....

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Trump’s next move could make things much better — or much worse

In picking a new FBI director, the president must choose wisely. Continue Reading....

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Trump’s violations of federalism would make Obama jealous

Luckily, his executive order on “sanctuary cities” is meaningless, besides being unconstitutional. Continue Reading....

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