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Mark Pulliam
California’s worst-performing law school illustrates the moral hazard of federal student loans.

Myron Magnet
Understanding the Rachel Noerdlinger affair

Stephen Eide
The South Bronx came back—can Detroit?

Aaron M. Renn
If the city can’t even make customers pay their bills, how can it move forward?

Charles Upton Sahm
Despite what Keith Olbermann says, the Yankee shortstop is an all-time great.

Sol Stern
The movement won; free speech lost.

Heather Mac Donald
With his U.N. speech, President Obama sinks to a shameful new low.

Theodore Dalrymple
Crime is not disease.

Theodore Dalrymple
The Nationalists win by losing.

Larry Sand
The California Teachers Association prepares for life as a voluntary association.

Matthew Hennessey
When inner-city Catholic schools close, the inner city suffers.

Joel Zinberg
A medical journal’s one-sided view on the conflict between Israel and Palestine

Steven Malanga
Why have investigators downplayed a murder suspect’s radical beliefs?

Judith Miller
The embattled Eastern Europe country is finding few real allies in its struggle with Russia.

Theodore Dalrymple
Shakespeare’s tragedy elucidates the paradoxes of human existence.

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