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Both political parties in America ignore the center at their peril, writes @BillGalston 

Every company wants the “tech” label, but real highly valued tech has defining features, writes @AndyKessler 

The jobless rate is 3.6%. When better to renew work requirements?

The Fukushima accident will prove more significant than the Paris Agreement, the election of Donald Trump, the tiresome legal vendetta against Exxon, or any of the matters that obsess the climate left, writes @HolmanJenkins 

A victory for Jeremy Corbyn in the British election would make the special relationship a lot less special, writes Con Coughlin

Add up Pete Buttigieg’s spending plans, and middle-class workers could face a trillion dollars in new taxes, writes @chrisjacobsHC 

AMLO’s capricious governing style is the real threat to economic growth in Mexico, writes @MaryAnastasiaOG 

From taxes to education to the business climate, the Beehive State has its house in order, writes Stephen Moore

Bureaucratic rules created by the NLRB can make it nearly impossible for workers to decertify a union, writes Mark Mix


A week that started as Democrats’ big push to destroy President Trump could instead easily come to be known as the week that ended Joe Biden’s run, writes @KimStrassel 

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 

Democrats have done great damage to the Senate that will take years to undo, but the first crucial step is confirming Brett Kavanaugh: via

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez "leads a generation of young people to take pride in their ignorance—of the laws of nature, of history, of the Constitution, of the eternal battle for freedom—and still succeed."

Chinese regimes often unravel from the outside in. The ongoing protests in Hong Kong may herald the collapse of Communist rule, writes @GordonGChang 

Portland, Oregon, thinks of itself as a tolerant progressive city. Yet four weeks after a left-wing mob severely beat journalist Andy Ngo, there have been no arrests or charges for the assault.