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Andrew B. Wilson and Rex Sinquefield
Andrew B. Wilson is senior writer/resident fellow at the Show-Me Institute and a long-time contributor to The American Spectator. Rex Sinquefield is the president of the board of the Institute.

One of the more famous Sherlock Holmes mysteries (“Silver Blaze”) revolves around the disappearance of a famous race horse the night before a race. The all-important clue: a dog that didn’t bark in the night. “Is there any point to…

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