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by Patrick Brennan

The editors argue for active, but limited, U.S. engagement in the rebuilding of Libya.

Jonah Goldberg runs the numbers on Obama’s green-job revolution — and sees lots of red.

Andrew C. McCarthy contests the idea that opposition to the war in Libya was isolationist.

Michael Tanner rejects the perennial call for even more stimulus.

Victor Davis Hanson contends that today’s deficit spending is not World War II’s deficit spending.

Jim Lacey wonders why rational skepticism of global warming is considered unscientific.

 

Jay Nordlinger reports on nuns, conductors, and others in Salzburg.

Michelle Malkin announces Obama’s new frontier for regulation: diversity.