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Feb 16, 2018

The Free-Speech University
Steve Bannon is giving a talk at Chicago. Its president is confident he won't be shouted down.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 16, 2018

The Russian Indictments
Where were James Clapper and John Brennan when the Kremlin was meddling?

WSJ Opinion
Feb 16, 2018

After Zuma in South Africa
The nation's democracy survived but its economy has gone downhill.

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Feb 16, 2018

Technology Can Redefine the Mass-Shooter Problem
We don't have the votes to control guns, but we have the votes to control our public spaces.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 16, 2018

What Pocahontas's Heirs Need Isn't a New Reservation
A new law recognizes six Virginia tribes, but that's hardly a path to success.

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Feb 16, 2018

Better Call Saul: The U.S. Needs Radicalism, Not Extremism
Alinsky is one of the most misunderstood figures of the 20th century. Let's set the record straight.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 16, 2018

Elizabeth Warren's Rough Week
The Massachusetts senator gives the Native American claim another try.

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Feb 16, 2018

Warren's Rough Week
The Massachusetts senator gives the Native American claim another try.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 15, 2018

Responding to Parkland
The one solution that works is shooting back at shooters.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 15, 2018

Another Plea From Fannie Mae
The mortgage ward of the state needs $3.7 billion from taxpayers.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 15, 2018

President Miller's Immigration Veto
Trump will never get a victory if he won't ‘take the heat.'

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Feb 15, 2018

Peter Thiel's Warning to the Valley
Hostility to half of America isn't good business—or politics.

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Feb 15, 2018

The Parkland Massacre and the Air We Breathe
What's gone wrong with our culture that produces such atrocities? It's a very long list.

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Feb 15, 2018

What I Learned From Michael Novak
His thoughts on faith and economics also had an influence on Pope John Paul II.

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Feb 15, 2018

Tax Reform and IRS Resistance
Getting it through Congress was the easy part. Now come the regulations.

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Feb 15, 2018

Kosovo Is Europe's Little Miracle
Ten years after our independence, there's amazing progress.

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Feb 15, 2018

Schools Need Active-Shooter Drills
Most deaths occur during the first five minutes. Preparing teachers and students would save lives.

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Feb 15, 2018

The European Union's Democracy Deficit
To make the bureaucracy more accountable, leaders in Brussels consider a plan for a quasi-president.

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Feb 15, 2018

Antifa Rages Against Google's Dissident
James Damore is coming to Portland State, and ‘intersectionalists' are issuing threats.

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Feb 15, 2018

Did My Mom Have 'White Privilege'?
She arrived from Italy in 1911 and then at age 14 went to work in a factory sewing ladies' coats.

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Feb 15, 2018

The Real Debt Limit
Global investors, not politicians, will decide how much the U.S. can borrow.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 14, 2018

The Facebooking of Everything
In the era of YouTube and Instagram, of course you cover Kim like Kendall Jenner.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 14, 2018

The Inflation Surge
Republicans should be worried about the impact on real earnings.

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Feb 14, 2018

At Least Congress Isn't at Fisticuffs
DACA is contentious, but lawmakers used to hit each other with canes and fire tongs.

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Feb 14, 2018

Private Jet-Setters Against Better Air Travel
The folks who don't fly commercial are blocking air-traffic reform.

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Feb 14, 2018

Trump's Style Is His Substance
Primary voters chose him because he promised to fight. Party leaders need to learn to be less timid.

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Feb 14, 2018

When 'The Art of the Deal' Doesn't Apply
A hard trade line on Seoul would wreck unity against Kim.

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Feb 14, 2018

What Explains the Dollar's Doldrums?
Since December 2016, the euro has risen to $1.23 from $1.05. Under the circumstances one would expect the opposite.

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Feb 14, 2018

As Boomers Go Gray, Even 2% Growth Will Be Hard to Sustain
Hoping for 3% or more is folly. The fundamentals—people and productivity—seem unlikely to provide it.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 14, 2018

Forget the Media Caricature. Here's What I Believe
I support U.S. generosity, decentralized power, evidence-based science, and open discourse.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 14, 2018

Iran's Ailing Hostages
Western prisoners keep dying in the Rouhani regime's dungeons.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 14, 2018

The Big Dog Won't Hunt?
Some Democrats don't want to campaign with Bill Clinton; Republicans enjoy a polling bounce.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 13, 2018

Kelly and the Chaos
The people who want him fired don't want a better White House.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 13, 2018

Russian Meddling This Election
How about if our spies alert Americans this year in real time?

WSJ Opinion
Feb 13, 2018

Trump and the Dreamers
The political incentives are in place for a bipartisan compromise.

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Feb 13, 2018

A Pox on SOX, It's Bad for Stocks
Sarbanes-Oxley promotes inequality by discouraging companies from going or remaining public.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 13, 2018

Uranium One Is a Curious Case
A lot wasn't known that would now be embarrassing for a President Clinton.

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Feb 13, 2018

Diamonds Aren't Tommy's Best Friend. I Am
Pondering a jeweler's confusing message on Valentine's Day.

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Feb 13, 2018

Americans Want Big Government
Responsible leaders should now inform the people how much that's going to cost.

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Feb 13, 2018

Kim Yo Jong is a Twisted Sister
She holds a key post in Pyongyang's fearsome and brutal Propaganda and Agitation Department.

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Feb 13, 2018

No Racial Quotas in Special Education
Betsy DeVos is preparing to undo another pernicious Obama school policy.

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Feb 13, 2018

Fight Putin With Fire
Moscow reportedly plans to interfere with another U.S. election. Russia has an election coming up too.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 13, 2018

Spy vs. Spy?
A new warning on Russian meddling and a declassified memo about Obama-era surveillance.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 12, 2018

Jeffrey Bell
The supply-side populist was prescient about American politics.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 12, 2018

The Deficit Problem in a Chart
‘Payments for individuals' gobble up 69% of federal outlays.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 12, 2018

Trump's Big Public Works Dig
Permitting and other reforms are a major policy breakthrough.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 12, 2018

Why the Center-Left Became Immoderate
In polarized times, those without a clear guiding ideology become the most vicious partisans.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 12, 2018

How Europe Lost Turkey
The EU thought Erdogan would preserve and enhance democracy.

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Feb 12, 2018

The High Cost of 'Affordable Housing' Mandates
‘Inclusionary zoning' laws create a vicious circle of higher prices and reduced demand.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 12, 2018

Congress Flirts With Disaster on Bank Leverage Ratios
Legislators who want to weaken capital standards must have forgotten the lessons of the 2008 crisis.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 12, 2018

How Not to Fix the FBI
A second special prosecutor would undermine the good work of Congress.

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Feb 12, 2018

Kim Yo Jong's Shattered Olympic Dream
The sister of North Korea's dictator was a media sensation—but a diplomatic failure.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 12, 2018

Can a Marxist Critic Be 'Distinguished'?
When the word is actually appropriate, there's no need for it.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 12, 2018

Welcome to the Real Economy
Regulators let markets fluctuate; Justice decides not to enforce non-laws.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 11, 2018

The Pyongyang Olympics
The Western media discover the hidden charms of North Korea.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 11, 2018

The Anthem Class-Action Con
Judge Lucy Koh exposes what amounts to legal looting.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 11, 2018

Release the FISA Documents
The public deserves to see the full record on the FBI wiretap request.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 11, 2018

Inflation Stalks Macri in Argentina
The Peronists hope to end his presidency prematurely. They may well succeed.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 11, 2018

It's Too Hard to Search the Cloud
Congress takes up international conflicts of law in cyberspace.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 11, 2018

The Secret to Midcareer Success
Star employees can rise only so far unless they develop social, or ‘secondary,' skills.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 11, 2018

Lincoln Wasn't Handsome, but He Had a Great Sense of Humor
Among Presidents, only Reagan could match Abe's skill as a raconteur and wit.

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Feb 11, 2018

An Honest Federal Budget Would Help Control Spending and Debt
Lawmakers argue over policies, but no one wants to be held accountable for overall priorities.

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Feb 11, 2018

Notable & Quotable: What We Need Now
‘Apparently, the Age of Trump is so distressing that we need emotional support from storytellers.'

WSJ Opinion
Feb 11, 2018

The Iran-Israel War Flares Up
The fight is over a Qods Force presence on the Syria-Israel border. How will the U.S. respond?

WSJ Opinion
Feb 10, 2018

Lessons of a Bipartisan Budget Blowout
A short-term political victory at a long-term spending price.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 09, 2018

The Bernanke Correction
Asset prices are adjusting as financial repression ends.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 09, 2018

The Rob Porter Mess
A fiasco that hurts part of the White House that was working.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 09, 2018

Free Speech Gets Expensive
A university sent the College Republicans a $17,000 security bill.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 09, 2018

Will China Impose a New World Order?
When Pax Britannica gave way to Pax Americana, the transition was peaceful. A repeat is unlikely, says the author of ‘Safe Passage.'

WSJ Opinion
Feb 09, 2018

There's One Thing Worse Than Paying Bad Teachers Not to Work
Bill de Blasio's New York has started putting them back in the classroom, especially in poor areas.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 09, 2018

Impose Sanctions on Turkey
Use the Magnitsky Act to answer the imprisonment of another American on trumped-up charges.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 09, 2018

The FBI Was Desperate for Somebody to Spy On
The Steele dossier served up an improbable tale about Carter Page, but it would have to do.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 09, 2018

In Collective Identities, We Both Lose and Find Ourselves
Races, nations and even generations are thought of as having personalities, talents—even destinies.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 09, 2018

The Trump Spending Binge
An unconventional presidency suddenly becomes very conventional.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 08, 2018

Who Is Christopher Steele?
The man who revealed a vast international conspiracy but didn't know his own client.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 08, 2018

Distorted Campus Assault Math
A survey claims 41% of Tulane women have been sexually assaulted.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 08, 2018

Scott Walker's Subsidy Blowback
After his Foxxconn deal, the line for corporate handouts is growing.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 08, 2018

Testing Trump's Chemical Red Line
Assad uses gas against civilians, and the U.S. begs Moscow for help.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 08, 2018

I Love a Parade, but Not This One
Trump's supporters and opponents alike are decent and patriotic. If only he lived up to their standard.

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Feb 08, 2018

Who Made Xi Jinping Pope?
A Vatican-China deal is imminent. Millions of Chinese Catholics should be afraid.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 08, 2018

Keith Ellison, Louis Farrakhan and Iran
The DNC's deputy chairman hasn't told the full story.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 08, 2018

A War on the Rich Won't Help the Poor
Oxfam notes that poverty has declined sharply, then ignores the quickest way to reduce it even more.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 08, 2018

Will the Real Narendra Modi Please Stand Up?
In Davos, he talked like a free marketeer. Back in New Delhi, his budget tells a different story.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 08, 2018

A Country Doctor Can't Forget His 40 Years of House Calls
‘If someone was calling at 3 a.m.,' he says, ‘I was out of bed and out of the house within 10 minutes.'

WSJ Opinion
Feb 08, 2018

The Speech
It's not fair to say that Nancy Pelosi achieved nothing.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 07, 2018

The Guns and Butter Budget
Democrats exact a high price for agreeing to boost the military.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 07, 2018

More Doubts About Mr. Steele
Including an appearance by none other than Sidney Blumenthal.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 07, 2018

Trump's Moment of British Truth
He's right. The U.K. health system is ‘broke and not working.'

WSJ Opinion
Feb 07, 2018

Stand Up to Erdogan's Brutality
The Turkish president has the insolence to style his ethnic-cleansing campaign ‘Operation Olive Branch.'

WSJ Opinion
Feb 07, 2018

America's Self-Imposed Uranium Shortage
The U.S. and its allies have plenty, but we still buy from despots.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 07, 2018

Reading the Midterm Tea Leaves
The GOP looks better on the generic ballot, but retirements may take their toll.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 07, 2018

The Baltic States Turn 100
One lesson we have learned is that the benefits of freedom can be wide-ranging and unpredictable.

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Feb 07, 2018

The Trump Panic
It was the belief that the elected president was unacceptable and had to be stopped.

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Feb 07, 2018

The Health-Care Conspiracy of Silence
If Bezos, Buffet and Dimon want to reduce costs, they should focus on the tax exclusion.

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Feb 07, 2018

On Immigration, Do as the Romans Did
For 2,000 years, countries that embrace outsiders have risen, while closed societies have stagnated.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 07, 2018

The Man Who Wanted to 'Know Everything'
A 2016 text from the FBI offers a window into Obama management.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 06, 2018

Wells Fargo's Political Penalty
Janet Yellen offers a Fed parting gift to Elizabeth Warren.

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Feb 06, 2018

The Mattis Budget Rebuke
The Pentagon chief tells Congress to stop jerking around the military.

WSJ Opinion
Feb 06, 2018

What Amtrak Keeps Telling Us
The real world is forever punching holes in the dream of high-speed rail.

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Feb 06, 2018

It Takes Chutzpah to Call This the 'Obama Boom'
Hundreds of thousands of Americans are moving from part-time work to full-time employment.

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