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Robert Costa reports on how McCain beat Hayworth in the Arizona Senate primary.

Michelle Malkin tracks how many jobs Obama initiatives have destroyed.

Adam Keiper and Yuval Levin explain the legal background and political history behind the recent embryonic-stem-cell ruling.

Michael Tanner argues that slashing spending is the only remedy for our burgeoning national debt.

Michael Mazza contends that it’s time for the nation to consider how to handle an increasingly powerful China.

Jonah Goldberg details how few crimes each year are attributable to Islamophobia.

Jay Nordlinger muses about what makes Salzburg such a spectacular place.

Kathryn Jean Lopez talks with Mary Anne Marks, 2010 Harvard summa cum laude, about her decision to take vows.

Katrina Trinko — Katrina Trinko is a political reporter for National Review. Trinko is also a member of USA TODAY’S Board of Contributors, and her work has been published in various media outlets ...

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Holy Week with Saint Paul

Just the other day, I ordered a replacement copy of The Passion of the Christ -- it can be so impactful for Holy Week meditation. In the years since its release, it’s become something of required Lenten viewing for me. But this year, there is a new movie to help with prayer, Paul, Apostle of Christ, released ... Read More

Friday Links

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Heckuva Job, Paul and Mitch

As Thursday's editorial makes clear, the omnibus spending bill is a disgrace. That may be why about 40 percent of Republicans (and 40 percent of Democrats) voted against it. Apart from the absence of a DACA/Dream amnesty, the immigration portions represent a comprehensive victory by the anti-enforcement crowd. ... Read More
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California’s Pro-Nuclear Renegade

If California’s upcoming gubernatorial race gets decided solely by money, Michael Shellenberger doesn’t have a chance. The latest campaign filings show that Shellenberger, an environmentalist from Berkeley, has about $37,000 in cash on hand. The frontrunner in the June 5 California primary, Lieutenant ... Read More