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The GOP’s Kevin McCarthy Debacle Is an Insurrection by Other Means

James Risen

Two years after January 6, Republicans are still locked in a battle for personal political power.

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Republican Freedom Caucus Pushes for New Committee to Investigate the Surveillance State

Daniel Boguslaw

Democrats fear the committee on “Weaponization of the Federal Government” will become a partisan cudgel.

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Biden’s Border Plan Drapes Trump Policies in Liberal Rhetoric

Natasha Lennard

The U.S. border regime is cruel whether it is enforced by a president spewing racist slurs or one appealing to “safe and orderly processing.”

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It’s Easy to Write a Memoir About War — but Hard to Write an Anti-War Memoir

Peter Maass

Lyle Jeremy Rubin’s book on Afghanistan wrestles with how to write about war without encouraging readers to follow his footsteps into battle.

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Financial World Celebrates Slowing Wage and Employment Growth in New Jobs Report

Ken Klippenstein

In the debate over American workers’ welfare versus the Federal Reserve’s inflation-cooling rate hikes, the workers are losing.

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Sabri al-Qurashi Has Lived Without Legal Status in Kazakhstan Since His 2014 Guantánamo Release

Elise Swain

He was promised his freedom, but, with no U.S. pressure, his host country systematically denied him any semblance of normal life.

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