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Over at Powerline, John Hinderaker has a couple of posts about the Mueller investigation. He is concerned that the investigation is illegally leaking information regularly and that the investigation is expanding its scope without securing the requisite authority. He raises good questions. He wonders whether there...

The three biggest Communist mass murderers: Lenin, Stalin, and Mao. Today is the 100th anniversary of the Bolshevik seizure of power, which led to the establishment of a communist regime in Russia, and eventually in many other nations around the world. It is an appropriate time...

Robert VerBruggen argues persuasively that the disastrous rate of addiction and death caused by legal opioids challenges the liberal presumption that consumers always benefit from (relatively) free markets. “Them’s fightin’ words” to those energized by the struggle to protect individual liberty from the state’s meddling...

The gunman behind the Texas church massacre killed his grandmother-in-law, Lula White, during the attack, multiple friends of the woman told CNN. Devin Patrick Kelley had domestic problems and texted his mother-in-law as recently as Sunday morning, not long before he carried out the largest...