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And given how many live in red states, it would doom the GOP in the 2018 elections.
The left consolidates control over Labour as the Tories fumble.
Democrats oppose a bill that reauthorizes children’s health care.
The U.S. can do far more to help Iranians defeat the regime’s firewall.
This era’s most disliked president has produced a successful first year in office.
How the ObamaCare mandate sank repeal, then saved tax reform.
Has Trump given up on expanding the size of the fleet? If so, there’s still time to reverse course.
To stop illegal immigration will require more thorough screening by consular officers overseas.
His bill would abolish all forms of private insurance and almost all existing public programs.
Palestinians who work for Israeli companies or socialize with Israelis should not live in fear.
Where does biased coverage end and fake news begin?
There’s no reason, now, to let Bernanke’s dubious rationales for QE be a basis for worry about stock prices now that the QE programs are finally being unwound.
The test of an antipoverty program isn’t how many people it covers but how many it helps to self-sufficiency.
GOP Senators balk at even modest fixes in federal flood insurance.
Animal spirits are unleashed, but watch the Fed’s great unwinding.
The Fed is playing catch up, and as inflation and rates rise, asset prices will revert to previous norms.
Michael Lovell claims I had “shamed” and “harassed” Ms. Abbate. But any journalist who exposes misconduct could be said to have “shamed” or “harassed” the subject of the reporting.
A Cornell study says students suffer from collective bargaining.
Thanks to Obama’s deal, it could become the first nuclear power to undergo a violent revolution.
Let students proceed at their own pace, and reward them for learning, not time at a desk.