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by Matthew Shaffer

 

Bill Bennett and John T. E. Cribb list twelve reasons to love the USA.

Rep. Darrell Issa sees a step backward for liberty, without a step forward for security, in the TSA’s new practices.

Kathryn Jean Lopez finds important symbolism in John Boehner’s construction of a women’s restroom on the Hill.

Carolyn Leddy advises the White House to make today’s meeting with Japan and South Korea about confronting Pyongyang, and not just another diplomatic photo op.

The Editors expose the likely costs and abuses of the 9/11 Health and Compensation Act.

Adam Paul Laxalt takes a second look at the survey numbers on DADT.

Stanley Kurtz argues that David Frum’s desire to police political hyperbole is self-defeating.

Brian Riedl lists twelve steps to spending sobriety the federal government must take.