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Justice Served

America made it possible: The Editors on the Saddam verdict

NRO Symposium: Brookes, Hanson, May, McCarthy, Robbins, Roggio, Rubin, and Yon

The Reckoning of the Dead: Joseph Morrison Skelly on Hussein

Making History: Michael Novak on the trial and Iraqi democracy

Neoconservatives and the War

Con Job: Cohen, Frum, Gaffney, Ledeen, Perle, and Rubin on Vanity Fair

Senate Races

Steeleing the State?: Stephen Spruiell on Michael Steele and his converts

Where’s Justice?: Byron York on the neglected campaign issue

Prognosticator of Prognosticators: John J. Miller on the elections

On the Ballot

Clone Wars: Nikolas T. Nikas & Dorinda C. Bordlee on Amendment 2

Therefore Choose Life: Michael J. New on seizing the initiative

Therefore Choose Race?: Jack Dunphy on affirmative action in Michigan

Tangled up in Blue: Scott W. Johnson on Governor Pawlenty

In the House

Chris Pope, John Derbyshire, and Geoffrey Norman on the elections

Money Matters

Deroy Murdock, Jerry Bowyer, and Kristina Rasmussen on taxes

Marriage and the Family

The Supreme Court’s Back Alley: Clarke D. Forsythe on partial-birth abortion

Deconstructing Ted: David Klinghoffer on Ted Haggard

Culture

Baldwin Behaves Badly: Sheri Annis on Alec and Arnold

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Don’t bet against the attractiveness of platitudes, sanctimony, and a vague promise of refreshing the American spirit. It worked in 2008. But Barack Obama had a global financial crisis and war weariness to run against. He also had a way with the electorate. Does Pete Buttigieg? His elevator pitch to American ... Read More

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Don’t bet against the attractiveness of platitudes, sanctimony, and a vague promise of refreshing the American spirit. It worked in 2008. But Barack Obama had a global financial crisis and war weariness to run against. He also had a way with the electorate. Does Pete Buttigieg? His elevator pitch to American ... Read More