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Happy Juneteenth from Washington, where the blessings of liberty increasingly are under attack. Slavery couldn’t survive long in a free nation, our Jarrett Stepman argues, and that question remains timely. And just to the north, he writes in another piece, Canadians let the government help kill more of them. In a special podcast, Virginia Allen finds out what one educator is doing to try to fulfill the promise of Junteenth. Plus: Victor Davis Hanson on top Democrats’ immunity from prosecution; Dennis Prager on America’s nuttiness crisis; and Amy Swearer on how free people defend themselves and others with guns. On this day in 1865, now called Juneteenth, Union soldiers arrive in Galveston, Texas, with news that the Civil War is over and slavery is abolished in the U.S.