Chen Guangcheng: An Inconvenient Activist


Why the Chinese hero disturbs the U.S. government.

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Netanyahu’s New Mega-Coalition


Israeli prime minister now has the strongest mandate possible to do whatever needs to be done for the country.

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Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be ‘Julia’


The Obama campaign’s “composite woman” a pathetic figure who can’t function without the government.

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Eleventh Commandment: Thou Shall Support the Welfare State


The separation of church and state doesn’t apply when expanding the government is at stake.

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No They Can’t: Why Government Fails But Individuals Succeed


John Stossel’s new book tells why less government is more.

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Forcing Our Preferences on Others


The tragedy of our increasing tolerance of coercive government.

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Americans Have Become Compliant


Nanny-statism is crippling the spirit and commonsense of the country.

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The Legacy of Intervention


Why leftists, especially intellectuals, are the least likely to suspect that they are ignorant of the things with which they meddle.

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Who Wouldn’t Enjoy Firing These People?


The lesson the government needs to take from Mitt Romney.

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Kim Jong-un to Share Power


But a power struggle in the ruling coterie could be in the offing.

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