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May 16, 2009

The Economist makes its living as much off its covers as its reputation. This past week was no exception: "Europe's New Pecking Order," with a...

George W. Bush must be smiling. He's not talking in public about the Obama administration, but he can't be displeased: his harshest critic is adopting...

Sometimes you come across a small masterpiece. I don't think there's much missing here except the infinite replay: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmfOLl92MrQ[/youtube]...

Late Friday, after being called out by Leon Panetta for lying about the CIA's effort to "mislead" her, Nancy Pelosi trotted out this: "We all share...

The mainstream press has been fixated on the silly game of assessing how much damage Dick Cheney has caused the Republicans. Bill Kristol is having none...

Francis Cianfrocca writes that the solution to the dilemma of how to design a real-world free market is to have a "system of strict financial...

Unions provide fodder for anti-card check forces: it seems unions don't like arbitration or card check when it applies to them. Via Andy McCarthy, some sharp...