*A Victory for America, by Rich Lowry.
“A superpower should be stalwart with its friends and dangerous to its enemies. We have failed both ends of that test recently. For now, at least, we’ve again proven ourself dangerous to our enemy, indeed.”
RELATED: One by One by One, at NRO.
*The Battle for Wisconsin, by Matt Patterson.
“Wisconsin is the birthplace of American public-sector unionism. In 1930s the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) first organized in Madison. How ironic then that Wisconsin may also be the burial ground for public-sector unionism.
*If you think BIG OIL receives unique subsidies from the government, you are wrong.
*US credit should be ‘two notches above junk.’
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*Our Kind of Class Warfare, by P.J. O’Rourke.
“But we can take more money from the rich because…because they have it. We don’t. Our country is $1,645,000,000,000 in the hole this year. We Americans are virtuous people and we’re broke. Therefore, logically, people who aren’t broke aren’t virtuous.”
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