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Creating the Best Government in the World
Pauline Maier has written the first coherent account of our
Constitution's ratification debates.
We Like to Think We Know Him
This is the autobiography of "Mark Twain," not the
self-revelations of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, the real man who used
that riverboat pseudonym.
Among the Miserabilists
The inimitable Theodore Dalrymple scores again.
Ron Reagan, author of My Father at 100, was the baby of
In California, Obama’s grand vision of America’s high-speed rail
future is meeting reality.
Sam’s Club President
Runner-up to Sarah Palin in 2008, blue-state budget-balancer Tim
Pawlenty has his eyes on a bigger prize.
A Week in the Death of the New York Times
How a once great paper overdosed on the Tucson
Who’s Afraid of America’s Constitution?
Anyone, it appears, who would be driven up the wall by a reading
of its enumerated powers.
The early anointment of Mitt Romney or any other presidential
candidate will repeat a common GOP mistake.