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Teresa Wiltz is a senior politics editor at POLITICO.

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Why Bongbong Marcos, a Philippine Dictator’s Son, Leads the Race for the Presidency

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On Feb. 25, 1986, hundreds of thousands of Filipinos, from nuns to office workers, occupied one of the Philippine capital’s main arteries—the culmination of a four-day mass protest dubbed the “People Power Revolution.” It was unlike anything Asia, or the world, had seen before. By evening, the authoritarian regime of ailing President Ferdinand Marcos ended—with […]

Blame the Federal Reserve

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The good thing about being a policy-driven libertarian is that I don’t feel any need to engage in political spin. I can praise Democrats who do good things and praise Republicans who do good things. And also criticize members of either party (sadly, that’s a more common task). It also means I don’t believe in […]

Communism Humor

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Our last compilation of anti-communism humor was back in January, so it’s time to expand our collection. For our first item, let’s celebrate Marx’s inability to understand basic economics (which helps to explain why jurisdictions that cling to Marxist socialism are among the world’s most impoverished places). Our second example of satire takes advantage of […]

Taxes, Morality, and Math

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The economics of taxation is simple. The more you tax of something, the less you get of it. In some cases, such as taxing tobacco, people sometimes argue this is a good result. In other cases, such as taxing work, entrepreneurship, and investment, it seems crazy. The morality of taxation, by contrast, is more challenging. […]

Hundreds of House districts are being redrawn. Here’s who’s winning and losing.

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New state maps will mold the balance of power in Congress for the next decade. We’re keeping tabs on every single one in our new redistricting tracker.

Jackson fields tense questions on sex offense sentencing as Supreme Court hearings continue

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Marianne LeVine is a reporter for POLITICO, where she covers the Senate.

Nancy Pelosi’s Perpetual Motion Machine

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The “bad penny” of Keynesian economics (based on the “broken window fallacy“) has returned, as I discussed in an interview last week. While I’m not a fan of Keynesianism, I tried to give a fair description of the theory. I pointed out that supporters think government spending can “prime the pump” of the economy. Give […]

Controversial Saudi-Backed Tournament Reportedly To Be Held At Trump Golf Course

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After the Capitol riot last year, organizers announced they were yanking the 2022 PGA Championship from the same course in New Jersey.

New York cannabis regulations are in limbo. But the pot industry is booming on reservations.

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SALAMANCA, N.Y. — In this small town in western New York, nearly 20 marijuana dispensaries have opened up in just the last few months. Located on the Seneca Nation of Indians’ reservation, the shops sell weed from behind the counters of gas stations, in roadside sheds and on Main Street storefronts, all without a license […]

IAEA Task Force to Begin Review of Regulatory Aspects of Plan to Discharge Treated Water from Fukushima Daiichi

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As part of ongoing assistance and support extended to Japan by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), a Task Force set up by the Agency to review the safety of the release of treated water from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station will travel to Japan next week to start reviewing the regulatory aspects of […]

Top Trump ally gears up for Romney primary challenge

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Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes, who backed Donald Trump’s efforts to challenge the 2020 election results, is preparing for a 2024 Senate run that could pit him against Sen. Mitt Romney in a GOP primary. Reyes, who has been elected statewide three times, in recent weeks has discussed the matter with key players in Utah […]

‘It’s Our Home Turf.’ The Man On Ukraine’s Digital Frontline

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Less than 48 hours after appealing to Elon Musk on Twitter, Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transformation, Mykhailo Fedorov, posted a photo of a truckload of satellite dishes. The SpaceX founder had come through with help for Ukrainians trying to connect to the Internet amid Russia’s invasion, Fedorov said in the Feb. 28 tweet: “Starlink—here. Thanks, […]

Call for Papers: Symposium on International Safeguards: Reflecting on the Past and Anticipating the Future

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Those interested in contributing papers for the IAEA Symposium on International Safeguards: Reflecting on the Past and Anticipating the Future, taking place from 31 October to 4 November 2022, have until 31 of March to submit their abstracts.

Expert guidance on strategic enrollment management for colleges and universities

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Phil Ollenberg is a recognized thought leader in higher education with 15 years’ experience in strategic enrollment, student services, and registrar’s office administration. Phil has travelled across Canada, the US, and Asia for different universities and colleges, presenting to audiences of up to 1,000. In addition to his professional work, Phil is a doctoral student…

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