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Aaron M. Renn
In the Windy City and elsewhere, a liberal top-bottom coalition drives it out.

Heather Mac Donald
Will the mayor stand up for the NYPD—and public housing residents?

Joel Zinberg
Millions may get “insured” through Obamacare, but that doesn’t mean they’ll be able to see a physician.

Steven Malanga
Napoleon Chagnon’s study of human nature in the Amazon—and the academy

Fred Siegel
Jonathan Chait’s advance apologia for the Democrats’ defeat in November

Larry Sand
Are 98 percent of California’s teachers worthy of jobs for life?

Bruce Bawer
Brandeis University’s shameful abandonment of Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Theodore Dalrymple
On sentimentality and brutality, two sides of a coin

Seth Barron
Mayor de Blasio caves on a spurious—and expensive—discrimination claim.

Dennis Saffran
The city overpays to settle a discrimination claim against the FDNY.

Gerald Walpin
The stop-and-frisk story isn’t over yet.

Steven Greenhut
Corruption in Sacramento? Look! An orca!

Steven Malanga
Patent trolls are no laughing matter, though a comedian has taken them on.

Daniel DiSalvo
Preaching to the converted, a staunch defender of public-sector unions does them no favors.

Stephen Eide
Union-supported politicians go after the head of the Queens public library system.

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