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Andrew Stiles warns of a Republican civil war over the McConnell plan.

Nat Brown whips out the media-bias measuring stick with professor Tim Groseclose.

David Kahane tells conservatives to relax about the debt ceiling — it’s no biggie.

Dennis Prager argues that big government is bad for the soul.

Iain Murray explains how government regulation is always sold as “for the children.”

Kathryn Jean Lopez talks with Bryan Caplan about selfish reasons to have more kids.

Thomas Sowell maintains that you can have too much of a good thing.

Daniel Pipes urges the U.S. to take an Iranian opposition group off the terrorist list.

Mona Charen lists the truths Democrats must ignore to keep their ideological leanings.

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