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Open Season on Bill Gates

By From the July 1998 issue

Bill Gates and Microsoft have committed the crime of understanding the Information Age better than anyone else. Now the Reno Justice Department has joined forces with Gates's competitors to teach him a lesson, ignoring what his brilliant career could teach them.

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The Deadly Arithmetic of Nuclear Proliferation

By From the October 2012 issue

How hard is it to build a bomb? Mr. Biden might want to pay attention.

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Dreams From Frank Marshall Davis

By From the October 2012 issue

Meet the hard-core Communist who mentored the future 44th President of the United States.

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Gary Sick’s Bald-Faced Lies

By From the March 1993 issue

The October Surprise hoax is laid to rest -- at least outside the Clinton Administration.

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A Conservative Defense Agenda

By From the October 2012 issue

Reconciling great power responsibilities with economic stagnation.

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The Wages of Crying ‘Restraint’

By From the September 2012 issue

How John Roberts ended up as America’s Big Chief.

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Portrait of a Civilized Man

By From the March 1979 issue

When asked a few years ago by a reporter why he thought Mencken was superior to contemporary critics, Huntington Cairns replied: "If you are blind, how can I make you see the color blue?"

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Hell No, We Won’t Go!

By From the September 2012 issue

Hell No, That’s Our Dough!

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Cap And Frown

By From the September 2012 issue

Today’s university graduates are paying more for less, and cheap credit is partially to blame.

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The Social Security Hangover

By From the September 2012 issue

Young people will wake up to intergenerational theft... eventually.

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