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True believers in Liberty and economic sanity have lost a great friend and supporter. Economist Dr. Walter Williams has passed away, December 2, 2020.—  

Discrimination and Prejudice - Walter Williams
Is a blind coin-flip somehow more righteous than a personal choice?

No Time for Phony Healing - Michelle Malkin
Mr. Biden wants some "unity," none of which was afforded Mr. Trump.

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A Historic Presidency - Pat Buchanan
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The ascension of Joe Biden will add force to the reaction.

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It isn't a loophole — it's a bulwark.

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