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Ryan Ellis remembers that tax hikes have always led to higher-spending, not deficit reduction.

Donald Luskin recounts Paul Krugman’s many forecasting errors.

Robert Costa catches up with Sen. Kelly Ayote, on the eve of the New Hampshire Republican primary debate.

Francis Fukuyama speaks to NRO about Origins of Political Order, the rise of China, the prospects for liberal democracy, and more.

Ketih Payne suggests that the latest data confirm conservatives’ criticisms of New START.

Ira Straus wonders why we’ve ushered out our allies, but not our enemies, in the Arab Spring.

Brian Bolduc chats with Joe McQuaid, publisher of the New Hampshire Union Leader, about who might win his state.

Michael Barone eulogizes the political career of Newt Gingrich.

Kathryn Jean Lopez finds a way out of Weinergate in Ohio.

Deroy Murdock urges Republicans to find a way to market Medicare reform.

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U.S.

Fire the FBI Chief

American government is supposed to look and sound like George Washington. What it actually looks and sounds like is Henry Hill from Goodfellas: bad suit, hand out, intoning the eternal mantra: “F*** you, pay me.” American government mostly works by interposition, standing between us, the free people at ... Read More
Film & TV

Black Panther’s Circle of Hype

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) first infantilizes its audience, then banalizes it, and, finally, controls it through marketing. This commercial strategy, geared toward adolescents of all ages, resembles the Democratic party’s political manipulation of black Americans, targeting that audience through its ... Read More