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The GOP Pre-emptively Surrenders to Obama on Trade

The economic destruction wreaked on the working class can only continue so long before the U.S. gets a Syriza.

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What’s Wrong With the NFL?

Scandal and injury aside, the league has made a boring game.

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A Victory for the Rule of Law

Overambitious prosecutors who stretched insider trading laws are reined in by the courts.

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Abandoned by the Left

Liberals’ emphasis on identity politics at the expense of basic socio-economic fairness has driven away countless average people.

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Why Repealing “Push-Out” Doesn’t Matter, and Why It Does

The Dodd-Frank rule probably wasn’t a very efficacious way of restraining large FDIC-insured banks, but that doesn’t mean we should cheer repeal.

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What’s Left After Marx

Marxism remains useful, vibrant, and relevant as a critique of capitalism—just not as a political program.

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Bringing Back Husbandry

Forrest Pritchard shows how sustainable agriculture and generational attachments can save the family farm.

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