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A Pragmatic Heresy

Robert Woodson applies tested, anti-liberal principles to combating inner-city violence.

11:00 PM, Feb 8, 2006 • By PAUL MIRENGOFF

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Bedford Falls or Pottersville?

What kind of a country you think you live in can affect your eagerness to defend it.

11:00 PM, Jan 8, 2006

There They Go Again

Democrats seek flexibility on Iraq while denying it to the nation's policy-makers.

11:00 PM, Dec 12, 2005

The Democratic Divide

It's not between pro-war and anti-war Democrats--it's between those who are willing to vote their semi-pacifist conscience and those who are not.

10:00 AM, Nov 21, 2005

The Pledge

A pragmatist president attempts to fulfill his promise to appoint non-pragmatic Supreme Court justices.

11:00 PM, Oct 30, 2005

Holding Our Fire--And Our Breath

Why Harriet Miers merits support from conservatives.

12:00 AM, Oct 10, 2005

From Hegel to Wilson to Breyer

Liberal constitutional theory returns to its foreign roots.

12:00 AM, Sep 20, 2005

Lost in Translation

How the left's unsuccessful attempt to invoke the legal culture of the 1970s has led to an increasingly desperate effort to distort John Roberts's record.

12:00 AM, Aug 22, 2005

Don't Try This At Home

Appointing politicians to the Supreme Court is not the answer to what ails the Court.

7:30 AM, Aug 1, 2005

Neoconservatism's Big Tent

How distinctively neoconservative is President Bush's foreign policy?

8:00 AM, Jul 11, 2005

Unforgiven

William Haynes doesn't deserve to be filibustered for the Justice Department's alleged sins, but deserves got nothing to do with it.

12:00 AM, Jun 13, 2005

Gorgeous George

How a Stalin-admiring Saddam Hussein loyalist wowed the media and won the hearts of the adolescent American left.

12:00 AM, May 23, 2005

Argument By Metaphor

The left may lack substantive heft, but it's not short on figures of speech.

12:00 AM, May 2, 2005

Conduct Unbecoming

Columbia University's report on the conduct of its Middle Eastern studies professors is worse than a whitewash.

12:00 AM, Apr 11, 2005

Trading Places

Have Republicans replaced Democrats as the party of pragmatism?

9:00 AM, Mar 21, 2005

Paranoid, Nous?

Moral equivalence is not the way to determine who has embraced "the paranoid style in American politics."

11:00 PM, Feb 27, 2005

Inferring the Obvious

It doesn't take psychoanalysis to figure out what Dan Rather's motivations were; the legal system has a process for recognizing bias.

11:00 PM, Feb 6, 2005

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