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Does the left have its pope?

The pope often sounds more like the product of a leftist, populist, Peronist Argentina than the spiritual leader of 1.2 billion Catholics.


The debate topic we still need to hear.

If the next president wants to be remembered like Ronald Reagan, he or she will take on the formidable challenge of reducing the federal bureaucracy.


Old issues. Old prescriptions.

For more than 50 years, the United States government, mostly but not completely at the behest of the Democrats, has been obsessed with two issues: poverty and minimum wage.

The view from behind the tinted windows.

If you’re a member of the ruling class in Washington, D.C., a small army attends your every move and your relative importance is judged by the size of that small army.

Tomorrow arrives for Democrats.

Increasingly, those who voted for the first time in 1992 can’t stop thinking about tomorrow because the prospect of tomorrow is keeping them awake nights.

Obama’s end-of-term spin.

Obama and his apologists can try to spin the facts of his presidency however they want. But spin isn’t reality.