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24 апреля, 14:32

The Left's War on Science

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A Republican Health-Care Reprieve?

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24 апреля, 00:00

How Trump Could Make Your Drugs Cheaper...If He Dares

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Daniel Malloy, OzyFor the more than 3 million Americans infected with potentially deadly hepatitis C, a relatively new cocktail of drugs is considered a miracle cure. The problem: Gilead Sciences’ list price is $84,000 for a 12-week treatment. From Martin Shkreli’s Turing Pharmaceuticals jacking up the AIDS drug Daraprim from $13.50 per pill to $750 in a single day to Mylan’s allergy-fighting EpiPens rising from $100 to $600 in just a few years, Americans are getting sick of astonishing drug prices. It’s why Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders both used their presidential campaigns to roast...

24 апреля, 00:00

Zombies of Voodoo Economics

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Paul Krugman, New York TimesAccording to many reports, Donald Trump is getting frantic as his administration nears the 100-day mark. It’s an arbitrary line in the sand, but one he himself touted in many pre-inauguration boasts. And it will be an occasion for numerous articles detailing how little of substance he has actually accomplished.

24 апреля, 00:00

I Support All Schools That Put Students First

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Betsy DeVos, Cleveland Plain DealerSchool choice is pro-parent and pro-student. It isn't anti-public school. Many students attend great public schools, writes U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, who is visiting the Van Wert City schools in northwest Ohio today.

24 апреля, 00:00

Why Are Democrats Fighting Each Other Over Abortion?

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Bill Scher, RealClearPoliticsSen. Bernie Sanders does not consider himself a Democrat, so it’s not surprising that his headliner role in a Democratic Party “unity tour” did not generate much unity. But it is surprising that he managed to create a rift over abortion rights, since the issue has not divided Democrats for years. Abortion did not separate Sanders and Hillary Clinton in the 2016 primaries. Abortion was not the reason Clinton came up short against Donald Trump. Intra-party debate over reproductive health policy particulars and messages was largely resolved by 2012, when Democrats embraced an...

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Trump Probably Won't Defy Midterm Gravity

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Nate Silver, FiveThirtyEightThe midterms will probably be rough for Donald Trump and Republicans next year. Here’s the main reason we know that: They’re almost always rough on the president’s party. It’s one of the most consistent regularities in American politics. Usually it’s a question of whether the damage is pretty bad, really bad or catastrophic.

24 апреля, 00:00

Democrats Double Down on Losing Left-Wing Path

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Kurt Schlichter, TownhallLook Democrats, speaking sincerely as your friend, understand that everyone who says you need to take a deep look at yourselves is a racist, sexist, homophobe who wont even ask about your preferred pronoun. Whatever you do, dont you ever change.

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Obama From the Rearview Mirror

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Robert Borosage, The NationBarack Obama's stature will grow ever more impressive in the rearview mirror. We already miss his dignity, his grace, and his intelligence. His presidency was largely a competent, no-drama, scandal-free administration, and it will only gain in esteem as we gag on a presidency rotting, like a fish,...

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How Trump Can Help the Cops

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Heather Mac Donald, City JournalDonald Trump vigorously defended law enforcement during his presidential campaign. He pledged to restore order to the nation’s cities—where violent crime is surging—and to reinvigorate the rule of law. His appointment of conservative Republican senator Jeff Sessions as attorney general was a strong signal that Trump’s words were more than campaign rhetoric. Now that the Trump administration and the Sessions-led Justice Department are up and running, where should they focus their efforts?