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Victor Davis Hanson explains why progressives’ claims that voters go Republican out of stupidity are neither true nor politically wise.

Katrina Trinko suggests the previously unthinkable — that Sean Bielat could take Barney Frank’s congressional seat in Massachusetts.

Henry Olsen places the upcoming elections in their proper historical setting.

Conrad Black warns that, without decisive action, the U.S. could sacrifice its position of world leadership.

Clifford May remembers how, when Molly Norris was forced into hiding by a fatwa, Faisal Rauf, Joel Klein, the ACLU and Barack Obama rushed to defend her rights — oh, never mind, that’s pure fantasy.

David Kahane posts another installment from his Rules for Radical Conservatives.

Duncan Currie tells how Sweden’s quiet, conservative revolution is reviving the nation’s prosperity.

Kathryn Jean Lopez interviews James S. Robbins, author of This Time We Win: Revisiting the Tet Offensive, about the abuses and misunderstandings of Tet. 

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World

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Economy & Business

The Corporate-Woke Complex

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The Corporate-Woke Complex

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