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Theodore Dalrymple
The British prime minister didn’t go far enough—though he went further than most politicians.

Kay S. Hymowitz
Not exactly

Aaron M. Renn
Cities shouldn’t make America’s environmental policies.

Myron Magnet
Bill de Blasio’s New York has the wrong priorities.

Steven Malanga
Republican governors and local lawmakers push back against Obama-era progressivism with an array of pro-growth policies.

Oren Cass
. . . and the Gotham mayor who embraces it

Tim Cavanaugh
Golden State regulators and taxi companies want to bury the ridesharing company in paper.

Jared Meyer
The rideshare company wins a temporary reprieve in New York City—but the battle is just beginning.

Fred Siegel, Sol Stern
President Obama seems set on ignoring congressional review of his Iran deal.

Robert Cherry
African-Americans lose out when immigration favors low-skill labor.

Brian C. Anderson
(Encounter Broadsides No. 43)

Michael J. Totten
Free markets, private businesses, malls, and a middle class —not what Ho Chi Minh had in mind.

Larry Sand
A pair of federal lawsuits could undo the California Teachers Association’s dominance.

Heather Mac Donald
The University of California keeps upping the ante in its search for imaginary bias.

Judith Miller
Mohammad Abdulazeez’s attack illustrates the challenges facing counter-terrorism officials.

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