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Political Editors / Apr. 8, 2021

In Brief: Woke Capitalism, Georgia, and China

Why are Coke, Delta, and MLB slamming the Peach State while kowtowing to Beijing?

Political Editors / Apr. 7, 2021

In Brief: Escape the COVID-Obesity Trap

Being overweight was a leading comorbidity factor, but lockdowns made that even worse.

Political Editors / Apr. 7, 2021

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Political Editors / Apr. 5, 2021

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Political Editors / Apr. 3, 2021

In Brief: Is Racism Moral Now?

“Racism is the deductive bias against, and often hatred of, an entire racial group.”

Political Editors / Apr. 1, 2021

In Brief: Leftmedia Hacks Target Citizens

Glenn Greenwald rebukes USA Today for its coverage of Capitol rioters.

Political Editors / Mar. 31, 2021

In Brief: Conservatives Woefully Out-Marketed by Leftists

Marketing professor Gene Del Vecchio explains why this matters.

Political Editors / Mar. 31, 2021

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Political Editors / Mar. 30, 2021

In Brief: The Trouble With American Infrastructure

It costs more and takes longer than it used to. Cato Institute’s Walter Olson explains.

Political Editors / Mar. 29, 2021

In Brief: How to Beat the Woke

UT law professor Glenn Reynolds, a.k.a. Instapundit, has a plan.

Political Editors / Mar. 29, 2021

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Political Editors / Mar. 26, 2021

In Brief: Primer on Critical Race Theory

Peter Kirsanow explains the anti-white and anti-American nature of the growing fad of CRT.

Political Editors / Mar. 26, 2021

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Political Editors / Mar. 25, 2021

In Brief: Slandering the U.S. Military

Allegations of rampant white supremacy undermine trust in our Armed Forces.

Political Editors / Mar. 24, 2021

In Brief: ID for Vaccines, but Not Voting?

Democrats’ objection to voter ID laws is an objection to common sense.

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