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How We Fightby Ramesh Ponnuru

The right way to take on the Obama administration

Robbing Bismarck to Pay Bostonby Duncan Currie

Cap-and-trade is an interstate wealth-transfer program

Green Bubbles Burstingby Alex Alexiev

The delusions of renewables and the realities of nuclear power

A Good Plan In Africaby Travis Kavulla

Facing the realities of tribalism

Tip Jar Nationby Rob Long

We can no longer afford to feel special

The New Afghan Warby Richard Lowry

With patience and the right strategy, we can win

The Least-Bad Optionby Stephen Spruiell & Kevin D. Williamson

Under current conditions, government seizure of shaky firms may be a necessary evil

Beyond Terrorismby Andrew C. McCarthy

The Islamist threat is worse than you think

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