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by Matthew Shaffer

Piotr Brzezinski observes that the EU wants to sacrifice Ireland’s low-tax haven to pay for its Euro-dream.

Michael Tanner describes what’s wrong with welfare — so wrong even Marion Barry can see it.

Jonah Goldberg explains why he admires the Pope, despite their theological differences.

Andrew McCarthy critiques the TSA’s unreasonable policy: if everyone is a suspect, then no one is a suspect.

The editors advise the TSA on how to protect American security less invasively.

Jay Nordlinger offers further reflections on what he saw on the NR cruise, following up on yesterday.  

Clifford D. May gives thanks to the protectors of our freedom.