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Will Hillary's Accomplishment Deficit Be Her Undoing?
Jonah Goldberg: National Review
There are plenty of reasons to believe 2016 will be a very ugly election year. Here's one more.

The Fuzzy Math of a Gay-Marriage Study
Mark Regnerus: National Review
There's been much ado the past couple of days about the possible retraction of Michael LaCour and Donald Green's 2014 article in the journal Science on how attitudes about same-sex marriage can be changed.

Obama and Hillary Are All Too Happy to Coerce Acceptance of Their Agendas
Victor Davis Hanson: National Review
What happens when the public does not wish to live out the utopian dreams of its elite leaders? Usually, the answer for those leaders is to seek more coercion and less liberty to force people to think progressively.

Capital punishment's slow death
George F. Will: Washington Post
Without a definitive judicial ruling or other galvanizing event, a perennial American argument is ending. Capital punishment is withering away.

Jeb Bush's Many Problems
David Frum: The Atlantic
Watch as the Supreme Court justice totally destroys the rule of law.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Isn't Even Pretending to Be Impartial
Ian Tuttle: National Review
Watch as the Supreme Court justice totally destroys the rule of law.

I've Read Obama's Secret Trade Deal. Elizabeth Warren Is Right to Be Concerned
Michael Wessel: Politico
"You need to tell me what's wrong with this trade agreement, not one that was passed 25 years ago," a frustrated President Barack Obama recently complained about criticisms of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP).

Were We Right to Take Out Saddam?
Victor Davis Hanson: National Review
Public opinion veers with every change in current conditions in Iraq.

A Failure As a Salesman
Fred Barnes: Weekly Standard
There was a time when Democrats were free traders and getting trade treaties through Congress was a snap. No more. In the last quarter-century-with most Democrats having slipped into the protectionist camp-winning ratification has become difficult. Today it takes a majority of Republicans to pass a trade pact.

Look at Trade Results, Not Ideology
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R., Ala.): The Wall Street Journal
Your editorial "No-Growth Republicanism" (May 11) urging the adoption of fast-track trade makes many assurances of economic gains but provides no data to back them up.

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