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Charles Krauthammer argues that Mideast peace is impossible without concessions from the Palestinians.

Mona Charen scolds the press for covering the Koran-burning stunt and equating it with Muslim extremists’ violence.

Michelle Malkin recounts the many times an anti-Islam stunt (sometimes unintentional) triggered violence.

The Editors urge Sen. Lisa Murkowski to accept the voters’ choice and forgo any consideration of a third-party run.

Jonah Goldberg argues that Obama’s not the next FDR — he’s the next Hoover.

Deroy Murdock traces how Obama’s earlier stimulus and bailouts have lead to nationwide economic devastation.

Brian Bolduc profiles proud Reaganite West Virginia senate candidate John Raese.

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