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Larry PrattThe epic battle that seized Wisconsin, and gripped America, over powers for public-sector union bosses has ebbed. But its consequences will extend far beyond the Badger State.

Walter WilliamsAs if more proof were needed about the minimum wage's devastating effects, yet another study has reached the same conclusion. Last week, two labor economists, Professors William Even (Miami University of Ohio) and David Macpherson (Trinity University), released a study for the Washington, D.C.-based Employment Policies Institute titled "Unequal Harm: Racial Disparities in the Employment Consequences of Minimum Wage Increases."

Ralph ReilandImpose the world's highest corporate income tax rate, and we can expect the result will be too few corporations and too much government.

Recent uprisings in Egypt and other parts of the Middle East have given heart to those partisans of George W. Bush who share the former president's dream of a "global democratic revolution." Now it appears even Pakistan may be taking on some of the features of an American-style democracy. Pakistanis don't trust their government either.

Thomas SowellOne of the sad and dangerous signs of our times is how many people are enthralled by words, without bothering to look at the realities behind those words.

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