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Still Boondogglin'

The largest U.S. refinery said that it could pay $750 million this year to comply with zany biofuel quotas.

Post Coup

Yes, you read that right: writing about the consequences of the coup in Turkey gets your license revoked.

red dawn flickers

The fiscal picture in Kansas continues to darken as the state reels from Governor Sam Brownback’s budget-busting tax cuts.

U.S. Strategy Adrift
Higher Education Watch

Full-time college students spend less time studying than they did in high school.

Democracy in South Africa

If the pro-business opposition is successful in prying major cities away from the ANC, these elections could go down in history as the beginnings of genuine multiparty democracy in South Africa.

After Obama
America Adrift

Erdogan’s pivot to Russia is the latest indicator of the ruins of U.S. foreign policy.

Siloviki Shuffle
Blue Model Blues

The window for can-kicking is closing.

2016
The Ballad of Barack and Hillary
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2016
She was from Mars. He was from Venus.
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Christianity
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Money and Politics
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Europe: Uncheck That Box
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South China Sea Change
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