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DRIVE: Fiat and Chrysler Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne is thought to have the key to turning the failing Detroit automaker around.

EDITORIAL: Driving subsidized green harm

Environmental radicals went on a tear last weekend, torching automobiles and laying waste to buildings in the French territory of New Caledonia. Published May 28, 2014

Rep. Andy Harris, Maryland Republican (The Washington Times)

EDITORIAL: Health care vouchers for veterans

America is failing the men and women who fought the nation's wars on behalf of the rest of us. This is the heartbreaking lesson of the scandal at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Published May 28, 2014

This undated handout photo provided by the Agriculture Department shows the deadly parasitic Varroa mite on the back of this honey bee is one of many insect pests that sugar esters may be useful in controlling. Sucrose octanoate, a sugar ester, can kill the mite without harming the bee. Nearly one out of four American honeybee colonies died this winter, but that’s not quite as bad as recent years, says a new U.S. Department of Agriculture survey of beekeepers. Under siege from parasites, disease, pesticide use, nutrition problems and a mysterious sudden die-off, 23 percent of bee colonies failed and experts say that’s considerably less than the previous year or the eight-year average of 30 percent losses. (AP Photo/Scott Bauer, Agriculture Department)

EDITORIAL: Bad news for bee busybodies

The hardy honeybees are back, having returned from dark and mysterious places in the imaginations of the environmentalists. Published May 26, 2014

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Current generation, not next, must pay debt

It seems that all the Republican candidates for this year's elections are saying they will lower the national debt. All of them seem to be saying that our children and grandchildren will have to pay off the debt if we leave it unchecked. Published May 26, 2014

NIXON 1974: Peace is the fitting memorial

Memorial Day in America has traditionally been a time when we pay our respects to those who gave their lives, over a century ago, in a tragic civil war. Published May 23, 2014