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A Flood of Free Money

By 9.28.05

Drunken sailors at least spent their own.

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An Unconstitutionally Teachable Moment

By 9.23.05

What did anyone learn on Sen. Robert Byrd's Constitution Day?

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Endangered Specious Acts

By 9.22.05

A major congressional effort is under foot to prevent private property from becoming extinct.

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The End of Small Government?

By 9.20.05

It didn't exactly occur last week.

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Aiding and Abetting

By 9.16.05

Fooling itself once again, the UN recommends a doubling of counterproductive foreign aid.

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Why the Levees Are Not Dry

By 9.13.05

What went wrong happened over the course of four years -- and must never happen again.

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The Mourning After

By 9.8.05

Decrying politics over "science," Susan Wood quit the FDA. So why is she represented by NARAL's PR firm?

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Pulling Teeth

By 9.7.05

Talk about a moral hazard -- Malcolm Gladwell doesn't like Health Savings Accounts.

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D-Day for the Death Tax

By 9.1.05

In a few days, America's most notorious tax could bite the dust.

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The Abortifacient Aisle

By 8.31.05

Hillary Clinton favors a heedless and streamlining FDA as long as the drugs in question are life-ending rather than life-saving.