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Eugene Robinson: American experiment will soon be tested to the test

When the president-elect, Donald Trump, takes office and has to confront inconvenient reality, how will he react?

How Trump won: The revenge of working-class whites

They were not the only ones who felt abandoned by a rapidly globalizing economy, but they developed a distinctly strong pessimism in its face.

David Harsanyi: This is the least important election of our lifetimes

“We have had many important elections, but never one so important as that now approaching.”

George Will: There are plenty of things to watch for on Election Day

17 elections since World War II, the winner has averaged 385.4 electoral votes, the loser 145.1.

Good time to call on ancient protections from darkness

It’s interesting that Hallowe’en, Guy Fawkes Day and our Election Day occur at about the same time.

E.J.Dionne: We all will pay the price of FBI director’s appeasement

The evidence suggests that FBI Director James Comey is a decent man

Charles Krauthammer: Is Obama preparing to take a parting shot at Israel?

UNESCO, approved a resolution viciously condemning Israel

George Will: As New Hampshire goes, so goes the Senate?

“As Maine goes, so goes Vermont.”

David Harsanyi: When will liberals answer for Obamacare’s failures?

Media’s culpability in creating unrealistic expectations

Richard Cohen: WikiLeaks could be discouraging us from sharing truths

Could WikiLeaks actually be a blow to transparency?

Charles Krauthammer: No to Clinton. No to Trump. Deciding who to write in

Case against Clinton could have been written before the recent WikiLeaks and FBI disclosures

Froma Harrop: Clinton's Wall Street speeches were brilliant

Hillary Clinton’s “secrecy problem” as mere babble

George Will: Wisconsin may be a measure of country’s metabolism

Ron Johnson defeated a three-term incumbent

These 'Democrats' pervert our system

For the first time in many years, Democrats have a solid chance of taking firm control over the state Senate

State sends wrong environmental message on storage of rock chips

Recently, articles appeared in The Daily Gazette and Bloomberg News expressing concern over rock chips being trucked from energy development wells in Pennsylvania for disposal in Southern New York.

David Harsanyi: Clinton is entitled to her opinions, not her own facts

Chris Wallace did a solid job pressing the candidates on issues

Susan Estrich: Bad doctors can ruin lives: A cautionary tale

Stunning number of bad lawyers

David Harsanyi: Right now, government gridlock is America’s best bet

GOPers feigned support for the Party’s doomed nominee in

Why does the NLRB defend sexist and racist behavior?

Recently a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals of the D.C. Circuit agreed to enforce part of a decision by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) finding that an employee’s suspension for his strike behavior was unlawful.

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