Op-ed/Reviews

Those who opposed the George W. Bush administration’s invasion of Iraq in March 2003 — not to mention his father’s war on Iraq in 1991 and the sanctions enforced through the administration of Bill Clinton — were right.

If a college graduate is weighed down with debt, he or she can’t buy an automobile, will postpone marriage, not even think about buying a starter home, and find it very difficult to borrow for a small business.

What moral principle justifies punishing a white of today to compensate a black of today for what a white of yesterday did to a black of yesterday?

Apparently the Republican leadership in the House of Representatives — which is to say, House Speaker John Boehner and Majority Leader Eric Cantor — thinks that amnesty is not amnesty if you call it "immigration reform" and toss in some fig-leaf requirements before the amnesty kicks in.

In national-security matters, the news media couldn’t do a better job misinforming the public if they tried. The latest example is their portrayal of the five Taliban officials traded for Bowe Bergdahl.

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