WASHINGTON -- "This," exclaimed Margaret Thatcher, thumping Friedrich Hayek's 500-page tome "The Constitution of Liberty" on a table in front of some Conservative Party colleagues, "is what we believe." It also is what Bill Weld believes, which is why he aspires to be the Libertarian Party's…

WASHINGTON -- Karl Marx was no more mistaken than usual when he said that historic people and events appear twice, first as tragedy, then as farce. Today's advocates of a musty fragment of the 1970s, the Equal Rights Amendment, are demonstrating that something that begins as farce can reappe…

Between now and November, Kay Ivey and Walt Maddox will criss-cross Alabama, boring us with speeches, attending rallies and acquiescing to interviews. They’ll make promises, sincere or not. Maddox will rail on Ivey’s leadership as replacement governor. Ivey will label Maddox as a Democratic …

WASHINGTON -- Charles Krauthammer, a man who has beaten unbelievable odds and overcome obstacles that would defeat most mortals, has finally encountered one foe over which he says he can't claim victory.

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