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Victor Davis Hanson describes Julian Assange’s work as a repellent reminder of the cowardly selectivity of the shock-jock huckster.

Barbara Lerner proposes reforming TSA security practices along Israeli lines.

Michelle Malkin shows how the perverse incentives and hidden costs of unemployment benefits kill small business.

Michael Tanner runs the numbers on the deficit commission’s proposals.

Thomas Sowell shares the story of Walter E. Williams from his new autobiography Up from the Projects.

The Editors clarify the meaning of American exceptionalism.

Steven Hayward observes that the true purpose of the U.N. climate summit in Cancun is international wealth redistribution.

Harry de Gorter and Jerry Taylor expose the costs and contradictions of ethanol subsidies and tariffs.

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Courage: The Greatest of Virtues

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is Jonah Goldberg’s weekly “news”letter, the G-File. Subscribe here to get the G-File delivered to your inbox on Fridays. Dear Reader (Or Listener), As the reporter assigned the job of writing the article about all of Sidney Blumenthal’s friends and supporters told his ... Read More

My American Dream

This morning, at 8 a.m., I did something I’ve wanted to do for as long as I can remember: I became an American. I first applied for a visa in early 2011, and since then I have slowly worked my way through the system — first as a visa-holder, then as a permanent resident (green card), and, finally, as a ... Read More

The Gun-Control Debate Could Break America

Last night, the nation witnessed what looked a lot like an extended version of the famous “two minutes hate” from George Orwell’s novel 1984. During a CNN town hall on gun control, a furious crowd of Americans jeered at two conservatives, Marco Rubio and Dana Loesch, who stood in defense of the Second ... Read More