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“Like grave robbers opening King Tut’s tomb, Congress can’t wait to get its hands on America’s retirement-account assets.”
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My diagnosis means the game of life is turning serious and the late innings loom, writes Fay Vincent
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Honest accounts emerge to show that the 2007 Jeffrey Epstein plea deal was on the up-and-up, writes
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The left savaged a man’s reputation and America’s institutions—and paid no price for its indecency, write and
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Why has nationalism suddenly become new again? Because progressive government has broken the people’s trust, writes Christopher Demuth
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Fifty years ago we did something remarkable. Could we do it again?
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Gold-standard advocates offer a cogent critique of today’s monetary policy, but a return to gold is unfeasible, writes John H. Cochrane. 
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Now a donor to Democratic politicians and former Yale Law School dean, Anthony Kronman, is warning about the culture of the modern campus. “What does it matter how difficult it is to get into a club if the club isn’t doing anything worthwhile?”
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WSJ Editorial Page 21h
The schism in today’s Democratic Party may be ideologically irreconcilable, writes Ted Rall
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WSJ Editorial Page 22h
In a great roiling democracy tact isn’t only desirable, it is necessary. We won’t hold together as a nation without it, writes Peggy Noonan.
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Democrats are using their House majority to threaten nonprofits and private companies, writes
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 19
Macron is targeting U.S. tech companies because the French government has taken as much as it can from the middle class, writes
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 19
We now have the technology to grow high-value drugs in crops, but the FDA is getting in the way, write and Henry I. Miller
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 19
Growing up in China, I was warned that Falun Gong was an ‘evil cult.’ Now I know that was a lie, writes
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 19
A war is escalating between the SEC and the stock exchanges it regulates, writes Larry Harris
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 19
In a great roiling democracy tact isn’t only desirable, it is necessary. We won’t hold together as a nation without it, writes Peggy Noonan.
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 19
Faced with a resolution to impeach Trump on, House Democrats blinked. That was the smart move politically, but what does it say about the courage of their conviction that Trump is a clear and present danger to the country and Constitution?
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 18
If you want to call this requirement “Americans First,” I won’t object, so long as you don’t mean “Americans Only.” Our shared membership in the human race matters too, writes
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 18
The first Russian S-400 missile system was delivered to Turkey on July 12, 2019, deepening the diplomatic rift between the United States and Turkey.
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WSJ Editorial Page Jul 18
If Trump wants to broker the ‘deal of the century,’ he has to oppose Israeli plans to annex the West Bank, writes
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