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Elsewhere on NRO today . . .

—Hari-Kerry—

Deroy Murdock, Thomas Sowell, and Ed Morrow on the tongue flap

—Tuesday Night—

Speaker Dennis J. Hastert, Thomas Sowell, and Dave Kopel on a Democratic House

Jim Geraghty on unseating Democratic incumbents

—What’s At Stake—

The Editors on the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative

K-Lo and James Kelly on Amendment 2

Rep. Richard Baker on the economy

Culture

Kate O’Beirne on David Kuo’s bad faith

Jay Nordlinger’s Impromptus

New York

Adam B. Schaeffer on Spitzer and education

Elizabeth M. Whelan on New York’s trans-fatheads

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