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NRO experts analyze last night’s debate in Florida.

John Bolton, Jim DeMint, and Ron Johnson appeal on NRO’s behalf.

Charles Krauthammer hails the resurrection of the real Obama.

Jonah Goldberg points out the selectiveness of death-penalty opponents.

Mona Charen sees promise in a young Ohio conservative.

Deroy Murdock refutes Obama’s “Do-Nothing Congress” epithet.

Robert VerBruggen argues for privatizing air-traffic control.

Michelle Malkin believes there is no end to the bad government loans.

Andrew Stiles presents seven questions for Solyndra executives.

Jay Nordlinger shares his notes from last night’s debate.

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U.S.

Fire the FBI Chief

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Film & TV

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