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George Weigel corrects the pack-media’s misunderstandings of the Pope’s condom remarks.

Deirdre McCloskey talks to NRO about her latest book, Bourgeois Dignity: Why Economics Can’t Explain the Modern World.

Kathryn Jean Lopez gives thanks.

Andrew Stiles recounts the GOP’s recent successes in the Badger State.

William Voegeli describes the budget crisis facing our divided government.

Brian Bolduc profiles governor-elect Paul LePage, and the hopes and challenges for his unified government in Maine.

Michael Auslin argues that the Air Force’s essential role is threatened by underfunding.

Michael Barone says that two recent plans prove that it’s possible to control the deficit.

Hans A. von Spakovsky deconstructs the contorted logic of an Oklahoma judge’s decision to strike down referendum forbidding the use of Sharia law.

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