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Douthat and the Moral Case for Immigration Reform

Ross Douthat, a writer I have come to read voraciously and respect greatly, has finally run crossways with me on the immigration bill. He is a full–blown skeptic of the current bill, and has convinced me that it’s probably nothing … Continue reading

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A Completely Biased, Bi-Partisan Election Special

If you are still undecided at this late hour–and you’re uncomfortable showing support to the third-party coots grumbling about the gold standard or sustainability–chances are you’re probably looking for something to shift you rightward or left. In this bi-partisan post, … Continue reading

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