Special Report

Special Report

Pluck of the Irish

5.9.03

Deregulation and free markets, not EU subsidies, have fueled Ireland's stunning economic growth.
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Crossing Paths

By 5.7.03

In the Rocky Mountain West, history is right in front of you, if you know your Osborne Russell.
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A Phony Postwar

By 5.5.03

The toothless Axis of Weasels has nothing to chew on save its own weakness.
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Pediatric Prozac

4.29.03

Thanks to the FDA, Ritalin doesn't have to be your child's only drug of choice.
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Oil on Reserve

4.28.03

Canada opposed U.S. intervention in Iraq, perhaps because it subconsciously knows it could meet all U.S. oil needs and more.
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Keeping the Nation at Risk

4.25.03

Twenty years ago a landmark report declared America and its public education a ''nation at risk.'' It remains so, except for the teacher unions, which make sure all ''reforms'' serve only their entrenched interests.
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Where’s Sacagawea?

By 4.21.03

Her status as a native feminist icon is overshadowed by two unresolved questions: When did she die, and where are her remains?
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After the Fall

By 4.17.03

The free-thinking children of Voltaire show an amazing uniformity of thought. A third in a series of reports from Paris.
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Happy Tax Day!

4.15.03

Ten outrageous facts about the income tax.
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