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Stephen Spruiell recommends trimming the budget to stimulate the economy.

Marc Thiessen and David Rivkin celebrate the judicial vindication of CIA interrogations.

Victor Davis Hanson explains why the president’s poll numbers have declined.

Kevin Williamson fills in the larger context of the New Black Panther case: Philly’s sewer politics.

Michelle Malkin details the hypocrisy behind the Democrats’ DISCLOSE Act.

Tony Blankley chronicles the Shirley Sherrod farce, which turned the charge of racism into a laughingstock.

Frederick Hess is glad were having a healthy debate on “Common Core” educational standards.

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Elections

How Will the Senate Races Break?

How will the Senate races break? We have less public polling to go on than in recent years, so answering that question is harder than ever. But the news is more optimistic for Republicans than it was a month ago.   Waves and Breakers Four years ago, I projected in mid September that if “historical ... Read More
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The Media Fell for Elizabeth Warren’s Spin

Do you want to know what media bias looks like? Earlier today, Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren released DNA test results that confirmed that she misled employers, students, and the public about her Native American heritage for years. Bizarrely, all too many members of the media treated the results as ... Read More
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Native Americans React to Warren’s DNA Test

Many in the Native American community reacted angrily Monday after Senator Elizabeth Warren released the results of a DNA test showing that she has a distant Native American ancestor. Warren has long said she is part Native American, prompting mockery from Republicans and President Trump, who nicknamed her ... Read More