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Forget Democrats and Republicans. The interests of a third party, History, are more important, writes @Peggynoonannyc 

The Editorial Board: The American Constitution Society plays a far more active role in political and policy disputes than does the Federalist Society.

Sen. Schumer’s partisan accusations and threats have further exposed his real goal with this trial: becoming Senate majority leader, writes @KimStrassel 

A public option isn’t Medicare for All, but it will still bust federal budgets, hurt patient care and gut private insurers, writes @lanheechen 

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos gets the cold shoulder from India’s leaders. And he's not the only foreign executive to feel the chill, writes @dhume 

One decade later, the hysteria that greeted the Citizens United court decision has been proved wrong, writes @CommishSmith 

AMLO’s ‘left-wing populism’ in Mexico means taking more power for himself, writes @AlvaroVargasLl 

The Peace Corps program was one of the greatest diplomatic success stories in the history of U.S.-China relations. Now, without explanation, it’s over, writes @chinameyer 

As China seeks to dominate the field of artificial intelligence, the lack of robust intellectual property protections for U.S. computer-based technologies is deeply concerning, write Paul R. Michel and Matthew J. Dowd


Amid the protests, volunteers in Hong Kong are striving to ensure ‘people don’t lose confidence in the legal system,’ writes @JillianKayM 

The Horowitz report reveals the Democrat’s many distortions, writes The Editorial Board

The newly signed USMCA is a sweet relief to farmers in rural districts like mine, writes @RepTedBudd 

Christopher Steele has little credibility left after the inspector general’s report, writes @KimStrassel 

Justice Department IG Michael Horowitz compiled a factually damning report that even a thickheaded and biased press will have to take account of, writes @HolmanJenkins 

If Adam Schiff were confident in his legal position, he’d want to put the case to a judge. Yet he seems desperate not to, writes @DavidRivkin  and Lee A. Casey

The media question of the day is why members of the press corps aren’t deciding on their own to reject the source who seems to have been misleading them for years, writes .

America wasn’t perfect when I fought for her in World War II, and she isn’t now—but I’d re-enlist today, writes 95-year-old Tuskegee airman Harry Stewart