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Considering the sundry enthusiasms upon which government at all level spends our money — Harry Reid’s bovine literary interests, helping out those poor struggling people who own Boeing — it is remarkable that the job of apprehending a known felon, once deported from the United States and illegally present in Texas, fell to 563 more words
A Series of Unfortunate Events?
For National Review Online, Kevin D. Williamson writes: You may recall that when the IRS political-persecution scandal first started to become public, the agency’s story was that the trouble was the result of the misguided, overly enthusiastic actions of a few obscure yokels in Cincinnati. 327 more words
The Case for Reparations by Ta-Nehisi Coates for The Atlantic Monthly.
The Case Against Reparations: a reply to Ta-Nehisi Coates by Kevin D. Williamson for National Review. 42 more words