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Charles Krauthammer lauds the “Don’t Touch My Junk” man for saying what we’ve all been thinking.  

Mona Charen suggests that we give Sarah Palin a TV show — not the White House.

Rep. Peter Hoekstra warns the president that vacillation will strengthen our terrorist enemies.

Conrad Black dubs QE2 the path to economic disaster.

I review Bjørn Lomborg’s new documentary, Cool It.

Mark Goldblatt asks, “Where are the conservative novelists?”

John Pitney surveys the political landscape for Nancy Pelosi, recently cast into the wilderness.

Deroy Murdock tells President Obama to stop slamming China.

Michelle Malkin takes on Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.

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