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The Public Policy

Anyone in Charge?

By 11.7.05

In California, everyone thinks he is, particularly if the agency he represents has "air quality management" in its name.
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The Silent Scream

By 11.3.05

Don't address fetal pain unless child may survive to remember it, abortionists argue.
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My Kind Of EU

By 10.27.05

Gradual, open-ended accession talks at Europe's frontiers advance the rule of law and strengthen ordered liberty. That's the kind of European Union we all can love.
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Felling NAFTA

By 10.24.05

The Bush Administration's loss of free-trade credibility would do Ross Perot proud.
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The Road to Hell

By 10.14.05

The President's panel on federal tax reform is wrong. Steve Forbes is right.
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Blair Plays Fair

By 10.10.05

It's remarkable how close Tony Blair's position on climate change now is to George W. Bush's.
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Why Not a Non-Lawyer?

By 10.4.05

Too bad President Bush didn't go further than merely pick someone with no judicial experience.
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