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Andrew Stiles finds a Republican who could win in — believe it or not — Massacheusetts.

James Pinkerton argues that the provision of health through scientific advances, rather than the delivery of health insurance, should be our first priority.

Alan Reynolds notices that banks have been lending less and less to Main Street since Obama took office — which is not necessarily a coincidence.  

Katrina Trinko talks to Joe Miller, who says, “The era of earmarks is over, whether we like it or not.”

Jay Nordlinger unveils his penultimate impromptu from Marrakech.

Michelle Malkin celebrates cool, cool conservative women.

Charles Krauthammer says that the divisiveness of this election means voters are actually being offered a choice.

Mona Charen warns the GOP that voters have turned against Democrats but are not quite for Republicans yet.


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The significant decline in American births should be a matter of intense public concern.