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Republicans and Democrats just did something big together

They faced down Big Tech and passed bipartisan legislation that will let sex-trafficking victims pursue justice. Continue Reading....

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Firing missiles into Syria may be cathartic — but catharsis isn’t foreign policy

America’s ability to influence events in Syria is vanishingly small. Continue Reading....

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There’s no good reason to stop felons from voting

This phenomenon creates a problem of facilitating their reentry into society. Continue Reading....

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Trump is threatening to repeat Obama’s mistakes in Syria

If the United States pulls out now, it will be a boon for the Islamic State, al-Qaeda and Iran. Continue Reading....

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Grand theft auto — by the U.S. government

Civil forfeiture allows larceny by “thugs with badges.” Continue Reading....

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Trump tried going big on DACA. Now he should go small.

He should offer Democrats a straightforward wall-for-“dreamers” deal. Continue Reading....

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Paid maternity leave? Your baby will get the bill.

In an era of crushing deficits, the paid family leave debate will concern ways to disguise its costs while requiring others to pay for it. Continue Reading....

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There’s nothing wrong with a census question about citizenship

So why are many on the left up in arms? Answer: Money and power. Continue Reading....

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George Will’s 2018 Opening Day Quiz

Baseball is not for wimps. Continue Reading....

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The American president is no longer the most powerful leader in the world

Watch: Trump has voluntarily given up power that once made the U.S. president the most powerful person in the world. Continue Reading....

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