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Andrew C. McCarthy challenges transnationalists over New START.

Victor Davis Hanson defends the liberal arts from its opponents, Left and Right.

Matt Shaffer warns of FCC commissioner Michael Copps’s attempt to regulate the air waves.

Robert Costa profiles Rep. Kevin McCarthy, the presumed majority whip.

The editors dub the $1 trillion omnibus bill “one last disgrace.”

Michael Barone eulogizes the Honorable Richard Holbrooke.

Katrina Trinko says no to debit-card-fee price fixing.

Duncan Currie suggests a Value Added Tax to reform our tax system.

Clifford D. May gives the true story of Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame.

Jay Nordlinger picks rumored presidential hopeful Gary Johnson’s brain in today’s Impromptus.

Conrad Black argues the Catholic Church has survived a year of troubles.

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Let Alfie Evans Go to Rome

Alfie Evans, 23 months old, is hospitalized with a rare neurodegenerative disorder. Against his parents’ wishes, his doctors at Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool removed him from life support on Monday evening, maintaining that further treatment would be futile. Bambino Gesù Pediatric Hospital in Rome has ... Read More

Is Journalism School Worth It?

Clarence Darrow dropped out of law school after just a year, figuring that he would learn what he needed to know about legal practice faster if he were actually doing it than sitting in classrooms. (Today, that wouldn't be possible, thanks to licensing requirements.) The same thing is true in other fields -- ... Read More

Wednesday Links

Today is ANZAC Day, the anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli: Here's some history, a documentary, and a Lego re-enactment. How DNA Can Lead to Wrongful Convictions: Labs today can identify people with DNA from just a handful of cells, but a handful of cells can easily migrate. The 19th-century art of ... Read More

Microscopic Dots. Let’s Look at Them.

Stuart E. Eizenstat has written a big book on the Carter presidency. (Eizenstat was Carter’s chief domestic-policy adviser. He also had a substantial hand in foreign affairs.) I have reviewed the book for the forthcoming NR. Eizenstat tells the story of a meeting between President Carter and Andrei Gromyko, the ... Read More
Law & the Courts

Alfie and Haleigh and Charlie and Jahi

When British hospital officials tried to pull the plug on 23-month-old toddler Alfie Evans on Monday night in arrogant defiance of his parents' wishes, many Americans took to Twitter to count their blessings that they live in a country that would not allow such tyranny. "Stories like Alfie Evans make me ... Read More