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by Matthew Shaffer


Daniel Pipes explains the threats posed by the new leadership vacuum in Yemen.

Kevin Williamson expects the greatest beneficiary of the “Pickens Plan” to be T. Boone Pickens.

John Derbyshire diarizes May, noticing iterations of Kate Middleton, his own linguistic assimilation, Turkish libertarians, and more.

Brian Bolduc sniffs out Jon Huntsman’s immigration record.

Chris Edwards argues that the only cuts to discretionary spending that really count are eliminated programs.

Dennis Prager explores the origins of the bigotry of low expectations.

David Kahane recounts his recent phone call with Rep. Anthony Weiner.

Thomas Sowell differentiates government and business: only in the latter is failure punished.

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