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Ramesh Ponnuru

Aug 27, 2021
No, the Press Hasn't Turned Hawkish on Afghanistan
President Joe Biden’s handling of Afghanistan has few vocal defenders. What they lack in numbers, though, they make up for in unity of message: The press is being too hard on Biden.

Aug 4, 2021
Waging a Forever War on COVID Is Intolerable
If the current level of danger is all it takes for normal life to be suspended, then we are on the verge of declaring a forever war against the virus, and of making an irreversible alteration in the relationship between our society and our government.

Jul 29, 2021
Partisanship Shouldn't Obscure Truth About Jan. 6
What the committee can achieve should not be overstated. It's unlikely to have much effect on the next election, however much Democrats may hope and Republicans fear that it will. The more Democrats try to use the committee that way, the more voters will tune it out.

Jul 20, 2021
Replacing Fed's Powell Would Be the Wrong Call
It’s understandable that Biden would want his own appointee in the country’s top economic policymaking position, and that many Democrats would prefer someone more enthusiastic. But replacing Powell now would be the wrong call at the wrong time.

Jul 16, 2021
Biden Blustered on Voting Rights and Failed
The Biden administration does not appear to have considered inverting its legislative strategy: dropping the liberal wish list and building bipartisan support for fixing the Electoral Count Act.

Jul 12, 2021
Keep It Real If You're Going to Teach U.S. Race History
Ensure that students receive a sound education, one that exposes them to the great political debates and historical controversies of American culture without propagandizing them.

Jul 6, 2021
Thank  Dysfunctional Democrats if Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Fails
If the bipartisan infrastructure deal fails, it won’t be because the Senate is dysfunctional. It will be because the Democratic Party is.

Jun 30, 2021
Gen. Milley's Evasions on Critical Race Theory Nothing to Praise
Two Republican congressmen , Matt Gaetz and Mike Waltz, both of Florida , raised questions about "critical race theory" at a House Armed Services Committee hearing.

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