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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

A Rare Moment of Clarity

There’s some rare good news today: Some of Washington’s ex-greats — or at least its ex-influentials — are back in the spotlight, providing great patriotic service again. They are issuing the capital’s most clear-eyed insights into the crises that our president and his high command have caused, and then compounded, around the world.

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The Old Washington Flip-Flop

Even for Washington, D.C., the speed with which the two sides swapped positions on failed Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers and the newest nominee, Samuel Alito, was neck-snapping.

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A Real Battle Over the Constitution

The nomination of Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court provides a rare opportunity to have a straightforward debate about what legal interpretation is and should be. Alito is known in certain legal circles as “Scalito” because his views on such questions are said to mirror those of Justice Antonin Scalia.

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It Will Take Guts to Reform Tax Code

The panel that President Bush asked to help carry out his campaign pledge to streamline the tax code has, in its final report, recommended two options that would rewrite most tax laws to lower rates and limit deductions in the name of simplification.

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Dems Consider Options To Bring Alito Down

Senate Democrats, stung by President Bush’s choice of Judge Samuel Alito to serve on the Supreme Court, are considering options and are refusing to rule out a filibuster in an effort to bring the nominee down.

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