Opinion | Purging Anthony Gonzalez

Last week had some bad omens for Republicans. First they failed to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom, and then Ohio

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Opinion | Durham Cracks the Russia Case

John Durham on Thursday indicted a Clinton campaign lawyer from 2016 for lying to the FBI, but this is no

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Opinion | Durham Delivers on Russiagate

U.S. Attorney John Durham speaks to reporters on the steps of U.S. District Court in New Haven, Conn., April 25,

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Opinion | The Political Raid on Future Cures

It’s one of the strangest, and most destructive, juxtapositions in political history. Even as vaccines developed by drug companies are

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Opinion | Can Stephen Breyer and Amy Coney Barrett Save the Supreme Court?

At the start of each sitting of the U.S. Supreme Court, the participants and gallery hear this prayer: “God save

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Opinion | Blitzing the Senate Parliamentarian

Spending $3.5 trillion on a budget bill apparently doesn’t satisfy the progressive imperative. Democrats control the 50-50 Senate thanks only

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Opinion | Portlandia vs. Texas

The Supreme Court this year declined to hear Texas’s challenge to a California ban on state-funded travel to the Lone

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Opinion | From George Bush’s 9/11 to Joe Biden’s

Around each Sept. 11 for 19 years, I’ve felt a flood of emotions—anger that terrorists attacked our country, grief at

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Opinion | Is Donald Trump Finished?

Is Donald Trump playing the game badly? The question needs to be asked. If you think Mr. Trump the worst

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Opinion | Reclaiming Our Independence From Big Tech

Google can swing an election. Facebook knows more about you than your spouse does. Amazon ’s Alexa can record your

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