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  • Illustration by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

    TYRRELL: PC patrol turns on one of its own

    The hapless Richard Cohen has done it again. He was acting like a good scout in slandering Americans "with conventional views," and in the course of his noble endeavor, he brought down on himself the full force of the virtue patrol. Well, he has only himself to blame.

  • Illustration: Dangerous Democrats by Linas Garsys for The Washington Times

    TYRRELL: The left's crocodile tears for the right

    The American left cares so much for humanity that it even expends copious draughts of compassion toward us, toward you and me, toward suave, degage conservatives. The left's members really fret over how elements of the "extreme right" are undermining the Republican Party, consigning it to oblivion.

  • Illustration: Texas economy by John Camejo for The Washington Times

    MATTHEWS: It's time to 'lure' the left back to basic economic principles

    Gov. Rick Perry's "jobs record" is generating much discussion these days, as the Texas governor has officially jumped into the race for the Republican presidential nomination and already has assumed front-runner status. The chief driver of this issue has been the Perry campaign itself - and for good reason. Against the backdrop of a persistent national unemployment crisis, the Lone Star State stands out as a rare success story. Its unemployment rate sits a point below the national average, and it stacks up even better in that regard when compared with other high-population states. Most impressively, as the Texas Public Policy Foundation has noted, Texans created more jobs between January 2006 and January 2011 than all other states combined.

  • Illustration: Obama shrinks

    STEYN: Obama zones out

    What do Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal and BP have in common? Aside from the fact that they're both Democratic Party supporters.

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