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12/30/15: Words to Live By: Wisdom on politics and life that got me through the year
09/28/15: The Future Doesn't Work: The Utopian ideal may be a 21st century nightmare
07/06/15: Beating the Enemies of Civilization
12/08/14: How Barack Obama Became the Anti-President
09/08/14: I, too peered into Putin's eyes: How paranoid he can get
06/17/14: Is America in Decline? Not So Fast
07/29/13: The Wages of a Phony Recovery
07/09/13: The City Is the Future and It Does Work
05/01/13: The Economy Is Not Advancing --- It's Going Backward: Obama administration is more inclined to PR than hard-headed pragmatism in dealing with unemployment
02/28/13: How We Can End Our Modern-Day Depression
01/02/13: The 'fiscal cliff' was scary? Guess what's coming next!
11/06/12: Obama's foreign policy is undercut U.S. credibility in Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and across the Middle East
04/23/12: The evil of two lessers
03/13/12: We still need a recovery from this recovery. Here's how to accomplish it
01/17/12: How We Can Reignite America's Can-Do Spirit
12/27/11: As Obama Fails to Lead, American Dream Is Called Into Question
02/15/11: The recession is officially over but unemployment remains high. Here's why
02/02/11: What Today's Leaders Can Learn From Reagan
12/01/10: The Danger of a Global Double Dip Recession Is Real
10/21/10: The problems only begin with the economy: What's broken and how it can be fixed
10/14/10: We don't have a moral obligation to do what is impossible
09/15/10: U.S. Role in Israeli-Palestinian Talks Is a Problem
08/22/10: Unemployment Rate Is Worse Than It Looks
07/26/10: Pre-requisites for a two-state solution
07/19/10: Obama's Anti-Business Policies Are Our Economic Katrina
07/06/10: Obama Is Barely Treading Water
06/28/10: The international community has no idea how to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon
06/21/10: World Sees Obama as Incompetent and Amateur
05/19/10: Public Employee Unions as they are severely hurt America
05/03/10: Congress' Role in the Financial Crisis
04/13/10: 5 Ways to Keep America Great: Americans are used to being at the top. Here's how we stay there
12/25/09: Keep Congress Away From the Federal Reserve: The Fed threw us a rope; we don't want Congress holding it
10/14/09: The country's been losing jobs for long enough. Something needs to be done — now
07/15/09: Nine Reasons the Economy is Not Getting Better
06/10/09: What Obama and his advisors won't — or refuse — to grasp about Israel and the Muslim world
04/20/09: Israel, Despite Hamas Rockets and Media Scorn, Must Not Compromise on Peace or Terror
01/19/09: Reaffirming the Right of Israel to Exist
06/02/08: 7 Fixes for a Market Failure
04/18/08: The Case for Housing Help
04/01/08: Obama's double standard on Rev. Wright
03/28/08: The world will not answer these questions
03/14/08: The Second-Look Primary
02/21/08: The Haunted Housing Market
02/12/08: Super Tuesday raises questions about our selection process
02/04/08: Preventing a Panic
01/04/08: What they should have said
12/28/07: Let's put it to a vote
12/21/07: The Credit Crisis Grows
12/14/07: Has Russia left the West?
11/14/07: Hillary hits a pothole
11/02/07: Getting beyond race
10/22/07: The Wrong Time to Rile Turkey
10/19/07: The yellow-light economy
10/12/07: Family-unfriendly policies
09/26/07: A Failure of Politics
09/21/07: More risky business
09/12/07: The Energy Emergency
07/28/07: The case for surveillance
07/21/07: A crisis of confidence
06/20/07: What to like about Mike
05/14/07: Too soon to leave
05/02/07: The Primary Experiment
04/18/07: Bad Options on Iran
04/02/07: Rudy Runs the Rapids
03/27/07: Energy to burn
03/14/07: No reason for jitters
03/08/07: From bad to unthinkable
02/22/07: Moscow's ‘Soul’ Man
01/24/07: From bad to worse
01/08/07: Words to live by
12/20/06: America's high anxiety
12/12/06: The threat from within
12/06/06: The Mullah menace
11/22/06: The gift of giving
11/09/06: Waiting for war in Gaza
10/30/06: Our cheating hearts
09/19/06: How to play hardball
09/13/06: End the Mexican Standoff
04/18/06: Fairness and the Future
04/04/06: The diminution of the mission of a still-great university?
01/30/06: Moscow's mad gamble
01/17/06: A Giant's Growing Pains
12/21/05: A man of parts
11/14/05: The Greenspan Effect
11/07/05: Foul-ups — Not Felonies
10/24/05: The time for ‘evenhandedness’ has been washed away in blood
10/17/05: A Hang-Tough Nation
10/03/05: Classroom Revolution
09/19/05: Investing in Tomorrow
09/12/05: Fixing What's Broken
08/22/05: Don't Look Now, But...
07/18/05: Europe's Two Worlds
06/22/05: A Nightmare Scenario
06/13/05: Land of Opportunity
06/06/05: A Second Chance
05/30/05: Right Down the Middle?
05/23/05: Saving the Fairies
05/09/05: Home, Sweet Home
04/22/05: We're sending billions of dollars to countries that use a good chunk of them to promote anti-American ideas
04/05/05: Good Things Take Time
03/07/05: When will Israel finally say ‘enough is enough’?
03/02/05: Washington's toughest job
02/08/05: Cracking down on Caracas
01/11/05: In America, what price glory?
01/03/05: What they should have said
12/14/04: A devil's brew at the U.N.
11/11/04: For a saner public discourse
10/27/04: The real truth about Iraq
10/19/04: An election all about values
10/13/04: The politics of cynicism
08/10/04: A little matter of substance
07/15/04: Looking evil right in the eye
07/06/04: Life in the rearview mirror
06/14/04: Why Reagan meant so much to us
06/09/04: In for the grim long haul
06/02/04: Get ready for that October surprise
05/24/04: What we learned from the Brown decision was not what we expected
05/17/04: A bit of perspective, please
05/10/04: Corporate welfare — for foreign corporations!?
05/04/04: A hero's parting message
04/20/04: A tangled web, unraveled: How a critical aid program for Iraq was undermined by greed and cynical insider deals
04/16/04: The high price of hindsight
04/11/04: Getting real about gas prices
03/16/04: Dems demagoguing protectionism adds up to economic nonsense
03/02/04: A truly cruel college squeeze
02/10/04: Fixing what's broken
01/13/04: Policing the corporate suites
11/25/03: Slowly but surely in Iraq
11/12/03: Holding their feet to the fire
10/29/03: Graffiti On History's Walls
09/04/03: All work and no play
08/29/03: Facing the other threat among us
07/23/03: Making odds on a recovery
07/15/03: A Kremlin conversation
06/10/03: Welcome to Sue City, U.S.A.
05/05/03: America's next critical test
04/22/03: The challenge of success
04/15/03: Shape up or step aside
04/08/03: The latest in reality TV is
04/02/03: Chirac and Saddam's thugs are two of a kind
03/26/03: War by new rules
03/05/03: The high price of waiting
02/14/03: Needed: fast fiscal action
02/03/03: Clear and compelling proof
01/24/03: Midnight for Baghdad
01/14/03: They should have said...
12/24/02: Who finances the fanatics?
12/19/02: Put-up or shut-up time
12/09/02: Sheep, wolves, and reality
11/21/02: Curing the uncommon cold
11/12/02: Everybody has the right to be wrong but the Dems have been abusing the privilege
11/05/02: Force vs. fanaticism
10/30/02: Land of the sinking sun
10/22/02: No more cat and mouse
10/15/02: And pigs will fly
10/07/02: A shameful contagion
09/26/02: Calling a madman's number
09/23/02: Our rainbow underclass
09/13/02: Why America must act
09/04/02: After bubbles, a double dip?
08/20/02: No time for equivocation
08/06/02: No time for politics
07/30/02: Getting off the dime
07/17/02: What scandal cannot dim
06/18/02: Time to crack down: Where is the outrage?
06/05/02: The next new thing
04/30/02: Roller-coaster nation
04/25/02: A critical tipping point
04/15/02: Israel's endgame will impact the free world
03/21/02: In the face of pure evil
03/14/02: A man on a mission
03/07/02: Land of the Sinking Sun
02/12/02: Speaking truth about energy
01/15/02: Putting our house in order
01/12/02: Talking points for 2002
12/24/01: The shape of things to come
12/11/01: Finally, a clarity of vision
12/04/01: Apocalypse now
11/26/01: The Big Apple's core
11/06/01: What it will take to win
10/22/01: Getting the mayor's message
10/08/01: A remedy for repair
10/01/01: A question of priorities
09/26/01: Our mission, our moment
09/11/01: Running the asylum
08/29/01: Hail, brave consumer
06/14/01: Blackouts --- or blackmail?
06/01/01: A time to reap --- and sow
05/25/01: A question of confidence
05/18/01: A question of confidence
05/04/01: Making the grade
04/26/01: The caribou conundrum
04/19/01: Chinese boomerang
03/27/01: The man of the moment
03/20/01: The Fed must be bold
03/15/01: Japan on the brink
03/01/01: Rethinking the next war
02/09/01: The education paradox
01/08/01: How the bottom fell out
01/03/01: Quipping in the new year
12/20/00: A time for healing
11/13/00: The need for legitimacy
10/30/00: Arafat's bloody cynicism
10/18/00: Arafat torches peace
10/03/00: A great step backward
09/08/00: The Perfect Storm
08/29/00: Don't blow the surplus
08/15/00: Voting for grown-ups
08/01/00: Arafat's lack of nerve
07/17/00: Can there be a new peace between old enemies? Or will new enemies regress to an old state of war?
07/11/00: A time to celebrate
06/19/00: A bit of straight talk
06/08/00: Using hate against Israel
05/26/00: Is the Federal Reserve trigger-happy?
04/18/00: Tensions on the 'Net
04/13/00: A paranoid power
03/10/00: Fuel prices in the red zone
02/25/00: Web wake-up call
02/18/00: Back to the future
01/21/00: Whistling while we work
01/11/00: Loose lips, fast quips
12/23/99: The times of our lives
12/14/99: Hey, big spender
11/18/99: Fountain of Youth
11/04/99: An impossible partner
10/14/99: A nation divided
10/05/99: India at center stage
09/21/99: Along with good cops, we need a better probation system
09/08/99: Though plundered and confused, Russia can solve its problems
08/31/99: The military should spend more on forces and less on facilities
08/05/99: Squandering the surplus
07/06/99: More than ever, America's unique promise is a reality
06/24/99: The time has come to hit the brakes on affirmative action
06/15/99: America should take pride in honoring its responsibilities
06/02/99: The Middle Kingdom shows its antagonistic side
05/11/99: Technology's transforming power is giving a lift to everything
05/04/99: The big game gets bigger
04/30/99: On Kosovo, Russia talked loudly and carried a small stick
04/21/99: No time to go wobbly
04/13/99: The Evil of two lessers

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