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Op-ed: Keystone kaput for now

President Obama's unilateral rejection of the proposed KeystoneXL oil pipeline that would have brought petroleum and jobs to the U.S. is another in a long list of issues dominated by politics rather than common sense, economics and science.
Op-ed: Bernie's foolish crush on Sweden

Scandinavia is the American left's Shangri-La. It is the land of social democracy and of all good things. It is the answer to any objection that new welfare benefits can't be adopted here: But look how well they work in Sweden.
Op-ed: Hollywood can't handle the truth

There are many things that real people do to become the subject of sympathetic movies. Make a flawless emergency landing in the Hudson River with a disabled passenger jet full of passengers. Survive a devastating storm atop Mount Everest.
Op-ed: Biden being Biden

While Hillary Clinton's team of consultants is locked in a room somewhere trying to figure out how she can project authenticity, Joe Biden is out doing it.
What others say: Authoritarianism in Egypt cause for concern

...terrorist threat, its current approach may well be producing more militants than the government is able to execute or lock up. The implications of that should be of grave concern to the American government.- The New York Times, Aug. 19
Op-ed: The 'new' Hillary

Hillary Clinton is borrowing from Richard Nixon, a man she worked to impeach while a staff member of the House Judiciary Committee in the early 1970s.
Op-ed: The end of China envy

...self-consciously cosmopolitan elites like Thomas Friedman to bombastic populists like Donald Trump.Friedman, the New York Times columnist, has written, "I cannot help but feel a tinge of jealousy at China's ability to be serious about its...
Op-ed: No trophy for you

NFL quarterbacks fear Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison. So should participation trophies, the ubiquitous trinkets given to children for merely showing up and rounding out the rosters of local sports leagues.
Thomas: Another education subsidy

If elected president, Hillary Clinton has promised to spend $350 billion to make college "more affordable." The U.S. already has an $18 trillion debt (and growing by the day), but Clinton wants to add to it. That's not affordable.
A.B.C. (Anybody but Clinton?)

All those who believe the Democratic presidential selection is already decided, raise your hand. Uh, not so fast, Hillary.


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