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by Katrina Trinko

The Editors critique Obama’s Iraq speech and argue that it’s vital to provide long-term assistance to the country.

Jonah Goldberg lauds the ecumenical and racially inclusive tone of the “Restoring Honor” rally.

Duncan Currie explores the disparity between black Americans’ optimism about the economy and their current unemployment rate.

Michael Tanner debunks the myth that “extreme” tea-party candidates are losing in the polls.

Michael Auslin reports that Pacific-based US commanders are growing increasingly concerned about China.

Michelle Malkin criticizes the Obama administration for putting Arizona’s law in the UN Human Rights Report.

Joel Alicea argues that there’s no legal foundation for considering Obamacare’s individual mandate an excise tax.

Charles Johnson reviews Cold War spy flick Farewell.

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