Special Report

Special Report

And They Call It Puppy Love

By 9.24.03

An upstart record label is saving the classical music industry from itself.

Special Report

Planned Parenthood’s Latest Casualty

By 9.23.03

Her name was Holly Marie Patterson.

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Pension Reform Basics

By 9.22.03

Probably the best thing Congress did with pension reform this summer was go home without passing a bill.

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King John

By 9.19.03

Johnny Cash was big like his country, and his catalogue of music was as sprawling as Whitman's Leaves of Grass.

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That’ll Teach ‘Em

By 9.17.03

Teachers strike to once again remind voters who's in charge. Voters beg to differ.

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A Renegade Ruling

By 9.16.03

In postponing the California recall, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday again demonstrated why it is overruled so frequently -- and why Democrats filibuster Bush judicial nominees.

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Striking a Pose

9.15.03

At Yale, solidarity with the service unions goes only so far.

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Who Speaks for the People?

9.12.03

In California it's a question Republicans about to gather for their weekend convention will ignore at their peril.

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”We Shall Prevail”

9.11.03

Remarks on the second anniversary of September 11, 2001, delivered this morning by Solicitor General Theodore B. Olson in the courtyard of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington.

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Practicing School Choice

9.11.03

It's not just for Congress anymore.

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