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Three Strikes and You’re … in Like Flint

By 4.10.06

Stirred by its failure to combat crime, Britain is responding by awarding serious criminals with cautions and prosecuting self-defenders.

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Class Clones

By 4.6.06

The pitfalls of horsing around with cloning.

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Time to Reform Sarbanes-Oxley

By 3.29.06

Blaming every other company in the U.S. for the Enron and WorldCom scandals has been a bonanza for accountants and a killer for small companies especially. Congress need to correct a very bad law.

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Liberal Hypocrisy on Medicare

By 3.28.06

If Bush's drug plan reforms were Clinton's, Families USA's Ron Pollack would love them.

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Paris General

By 3.23.06

Forget Canada. The socialized health-care set now wants the U.S. to model itself on France.

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Snowe Jobs

By 3.16.06

The Wydening credibility gap in Senate efforts to "negotiate" drug prices.

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The Real Gas Price Gouger

By 3.15.06

Imagine if you had to fork over 50 cents in taxes for every $1 you spent on groceries.

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Senior Driving

By 3.8.06

As our society ages, prudent steps will need to be taken to assure older drivers are still safe drivers.

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Shoot It or Lose It

By 2.27.06

Environmentalists are perhaps beginning to understand that respecting private property is good for endangered critters.

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Stuck in HSA Denial

By 2.23.06

Democrats won't concede what statistics can't hide: HSAs work, even for the poor.