Free market at odds in debate to export more natural gas

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Exportation would decrease the supply at home and raise prices.

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    TSA: Total Security Abyss

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    How Republics Perish

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    Flint’s Water Poisoned by Federal, State and Local Government Failures

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  • New Jersey Man Slays Child

    New Jersey Man Slays Child

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    Sloppy Language and Thinking

    George Orwell said, “But if thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought.” Gore Vidal elaborated on that insight, saying, “As societies grow decadent, the language grows decadent, too.

  • High-Tech Ted

    High-Tech Ted

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    Bloomberg vs. Trump?

    The morning of the New Hampshire primary, Donald Trump, being interviewed on “Morning Joe,” said that he would welcome his “friend” Michael Bloomberg into the presidential race.

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    How History Shapes the New Hampshire Primary

    Benning Wentworth is not a name you’ll run across in New Hampshire primary coverage. But he arguably did as much as anyone else to establish the political culture — or cultures — of America’s first-in-the-nation primary state.

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    Fear Not, My Secular Friends

    It amuses me that certain people are convinced that Christians are angry scolds but totally miss the humorlessness and angst of certain Christophobic secularists.

  • A Chilly Jobs Report Prompts Selling

    A Chilly Jobs Report Prompts Selling

    Exchange-traded fund investment expert Doug Fabian discusses how the recent jobs report helped to cause this week’s poor market performance.