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Michael Barone is a senior writer for U.S.News & World Report and principal coauthor of The Almanac of American Politics. He has written for many publications—including the Economist and the New York Times.
No spirit in Bill O’Reilly’s war.
South Africa's leader inspired young Americans to become aware of world affairs.
Companies shouldn't be able to invoke religion to exempt itself from a law it doesn’t like.
Congress should take a page out of the South African leader's book.
Women need to demand better of all those who are in the public sphere.
Young voters have turned against the president and Congress.
The protests in Argentina show that a clash between secularists and people of faith could happen anywhere.
And voters will remember that Republicans wanted to preserve the old, broken health care system.
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