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What Stupak Hath Wrought

By From the June 2010 issue

Is there still such a thing as a pro-life Democrat?

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The Empress of ObamaCare

By From the June 2010 issue

The recently passed health care law grants sweeping new powers to Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius. Our June cover story -- "America's Most Powerful Woman."

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Rolling Back the Socialist Tide

By From the May 2010 issue

Where Maggie succeeded and Winston failed -- lessons for today.

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Arnold Beichman, 1913 – 2010

By From the May 2010 issue

An oral history and remembrance of a great adventurer and friend.

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Citizens United We Stand

By From the May 2010 issue

The ruling that restored free speech to politics has the left in an uproar. But it will also test corporate mettle.

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Will Petraeus Be Like Ike?

By From the May 2010 issue

As his achievements pile up, speculation grows that superstar Gen. David Petraeus will run for the White House. Our June cover story.

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The Good Old Days

By From the April 2010 issue

How William Rehnquist and Antonin Scalia set the stage for a conservative turnaround on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Up From Ideology

By From the April 2010 issue

A conservative's definition of conservatism -- an essay adapted from RET's new book, After the Hangover: The Conservatives' Road to Recovery, published April 20.

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The Problem With Palin

By From the April 2010 issue

It's been quite a ride. But what has she learned? From our April issue.

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The Man With the Plan

By From the April 2010 issue

Paul Ryan's "Roadmap" to save America from its looming fiscal collapse.

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