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QuickTakes

By The Editors
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CIVIL LIBERTIES FOR AMERICANS? What kind of election can exist when the candidates are legally barred from expressing their political views? Columnist George…

Bestsellers

By The Editors
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Culture | The five best-selling nonfiction hardbacks as measured by placement on four leading lists as of Dec. 31

Romantic realism

By Marvin Olasky
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Trend leaders rarely offer this Christian alternative

Capitol Hill cynics

By Joel Belz
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While some Americans sacrifice, Congress spends and spends

The Buzz

By The Editors
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Moussaoui does not "have anything to plead," Reid jailed without bail Terror on trial "In the name of Allah I do not have anything to plead. I enter no plea.

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg
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Political buzz from Washington

Quotables

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She didn't betray the real Germany by doing that. Andre Schmitz, chief of staff to Berlin Mayor Klaus Wowereit, on movie legend Marlene Dietrich's repudiating…

Mailbag

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Appalled I read with interest and horror the articles on human cloning. I'm appalled that such things are being pursued and that the average citizen seems to…

Republican bards

By Tim Graham
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From the aftermath of 9/11 to this month's State of the Union address, an elite group of conservative speechwriters is helping to mold a wartime presidency

Morally ugly minds

By Andrew Coffin
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Culture | Family-friendly movies need more than the absence of offensive elements

All politics is local

By Mindy Belz
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International | The United States has been watching Afghanistan, but hot spots elsewhere deserve a squint

Powerful Rings

By Gene Edward Veith
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Culture | Movie version of Tolkien's book speaks to today's culture

 
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