Annals of Injustice, by Conrad Black

… which should also recall this:
Scooter Libby should be pardoned on the merits, by Quin Hillyer

Hillary’s Record: Free of Accomplishments, Full of Setbacks, by Thomas Sowell

A Bill That Actually Reforms Medicare, by Ryan Ellis

The Costly Lie Called the Corporate Income Tax, Ron Ross

… which should recall this:
Kill the Corporate Tax to Help Workers, by Quin Hillyer

… and, from the thoughtful center, note especially the last paragraph about the “sheer mass of government regulations”

Fewer Start-Ups Is An Ugly Economic Signal, by Robert Samuelson

…. and, as I’m a huge Masters fan and a big admirer of sports columnist extraordinaire Thomas Boswell, today we have two from the world of sports:

Jordan Spieth, Masters champion at 21, is a player golf fans can get behind, by Thomas Boswell

and: At golf’s majors, honesty is the ruling policy, and the rewards are ample, by Thomas Boswell