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Robert Costa reports on how McCain beat Hayworth in the Arizona Senate primary.

Michelle Malkin tracks how many jobs Obama initiatives have destroyed.

Adam Keiper and Yuval Levin explain the legal background and political history behind the recent embryonic-stem-cell ruling.

Michael Tanner argues that slashing spending is the only remedy for our burgeoning national debt.

Michael Mazza contends that it’s time for the nation to consider how to handle an increasingly powerful China.

Jonah Goldberg details how few crimes each year are attributable to Islamophobia.

Jay Nordlinger muses about what makes Salzburg such a spectacular place.

Kathryn Jean Lopez talks with Mary Anne Marks, 2010 Harvard summa cum laude, about her decision to take vows.

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Politics & Policy

The Coming Shellacking

Two years ago Donald Trump hijacked the Republican party. Now it’s time to think about what steps might have to be taken to regain control of it. The tocsin of doom that sounded this week in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District could hardly have been more clear in its meaning: This November the GOP ... Read More
National Security & Defense

Leave McMaster Be

About every two months, there are rumors that Gen. H. R. McMaster might be let go as Trump’s national-security adviser (along with many other stellar appointees). The world, however, is a much more logical and predictable place than it was 14 months ago. We’ve restored ties to the Gulf monarchies; Israel ... Read More
Economy & Business

What Kudlow Got Right in 2007

Lawrence Kudlow’s appointment to be director of the National Economic Council has brought out the critics, who have combed through his copious writings to find every wrong call he has made over the decades. One passage that has come in for some ridicule, though, doesn’t deserve it. Here’s Kudlow, writing ... Read More
Film & TV

Love, Simon Outs Hollywood’s Youth Exploitation

Simon (Nick Robinson), the 17-year-old white gay high-school student in Love, Simon, appears to be a comic version of the protagonist in Moonlight. Rather than blatantly copy that Oscar-winning black-gay-victim film, Love, Simon remakes the pathetic Moonlight in the more marketable guise of a sitcom about a ... Read More