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    The Filibuster and Unintended Consequences

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    Morality Needs More Than Just Rationality

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    Fulfilling Pledges Is Good,
    Bashing Manufacturers Isn’t

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    California Housing Is Very Expensive for Many Reasons

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    No First Amendment Hate-Speech Exceptions

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    Commentators who wring their hands about the rise of illiberalism on the right would have more credibility if they had been equally vigilant about abuses by the illiberal left for the past eight years.

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