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These GOPers revealed the true heart of Texas

In a win for religious freedom, Republicans in a Texas county just smacked down the effort to unseat a party leader just because he’s a Muslim. The Tarrant County GOP committee voted 139-49 against ousting Dr. Shadi Shafi as vice chairman, and rightly so. His chief critic, precinct chair Dorrie...

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De Blasio loses twice to the little guys

Home-sharing and horse carriages: One industry is strictly new-economy; the other, as old as it gets. But they’re both showing you can beat City Hall. Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron this week called a halt to Mayor de Blasio’s latest effort to crush the city’s horse-carriage...

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US workers are winning, big time

Lost in all the headlines about the federal shutdown and the war over the wall is some hugely important news: The US economy has taken a seriously worker-friendly turn. America is enjoying its best job market in decades, with unemployment at a nearly 50-year low, people rejoining the workforce in...

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This is the stupidest government shutdown ever

Barring some miraculous breakthrough, on Saturday the current government shutdown will become the longest in American history. But it has already hit another historic milestone: It is, by far and away, the stupidest government shutdown in American history. In 2019, the federal government will spend...

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The cardinal who knew — and said nothing

What did Donald Cardinal Weurl, Washington’s retired archbishop, know about his pervy predecessor, the ex-cardinal Theodore “Uncle Ted” McCarrick, and when did he know it? That question has agitated American Catholics ever since McCarrick’s depredations came to light last summer. Well, now...

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When historians get hysterical

In the age of Donald Trump, highly accomplished and well-respected liberal voices continue to lose their collective minds — Jon Meacham, the Pulitzer Prize-winning presidential historian, seemingly among them. After President Trump’s Oval Office address on the need for a wall on our Southern...

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Democrats are choosing the wrong shutdown victims and other commentary

Political scribe: Dems Are Losing Shutdown Showdown It started out as a battle over border-wall funding, but The Week’s Damon Linker says the government shutdown is now all about “which side will most benefit and which will be most harmed” politically. Indeed, every action by both sides “is...

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