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The Perils of Tax Rate Nostalgia

Americans have always reveled in nostalgia about the music, fashion or favorite foods of bygone eras, but a sudden yearning for the high tax rates of yesteryear represents a startling new development. While some opinion leaders pine openly...

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“The Unanswered Question”—On Taxes and Spending

In the debate on our fiscal crisis, one crucial question is never answered or even asked: if we’re supposed to go back to Clinton-era tax rates because they were good for America, why don’t we simultaneously return to that era’s...

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Tribalism, Not Religious Faith

A recent story from Pakistan highlights the utter depravity of Muslim extremists who threaten all civilized societies. India recently executed Mohammed Kasab, the lone surviving gunmen in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks that slaughtered 160...

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Killing in Self Defense Is Not “Assassination”

When Seal Team Six killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, no one described it as an “assassination.” Why not? Because Osama wasn’t a civilian political leader; he was a terrorist combatant who had declared war on America, and tried to...

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The End of “Land for Peace”

The current conflict in Gaza should put an end, once and for all, to western pressure for “land for peace” negotiations in the Middle East. In 2005, the Israeli government withdrew all security forces, as well as forcibly removing...

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Secession and Other Fantasies

Some fringe conservatives seem perversely determined to turn a stinging electoral defeat into an epic, sweeping disaster. That’s the deeper meaning of current talk about impeachment, secession, third parties, civil disobedience, and...

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Gay Marriage Issue Actually Helps GOP

Conventional wisdom argues that opposition to gay marriage hurt Republicans in the recent election cycle, but nothing in the numbers suggests that this is true. In the four liberal states where advocates for same-sex marriage won their...

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Divided Government: An Opportunity, Not a Fluke

Do Americans have any right to complain about paralysis in the nation’s capital when they keep voting for divided government? With most results already in, it appears that Democrats will hold onto their control of the Senate while...

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The Choice: Worthy or Worthless?

Perhaps the most significant if unspoken argument for voters to settle on November sixth involves the bitter dispute over which candidate has lived the more virtuous, worthwhile, constructive life: Barack Obama or Mitt Romney? Democrats...

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Obama Awakes—But Can’t Stop Mitt

Forget about Barack Obama’s eagerly awaited emergence from his first debate coma: the biggest question about the second candidate confrontation centered on whether Mitt managed to maintain his undeniable momentum. After all, a flurry of...

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How Low Will Joe Go?

In his feeble, distracted debate performance against Mitt Romney, President Obama all but ignored the major Democratic lines of attack against the Republican nominee, forcing Joe Biden to consider an effort to renew those forgotten...

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Can’t Make a Choice Based on Lies

Both presidential candidates describe this election as the most important choice in a generation and insist that the outcome will fatefully shape the direction of government and society. But voters can’t make a meaningful decision when...

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