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Habla Usted Ingles?

Habla Usted Ingles? by Ron Unz Wall Street Journal, Thursday, October 31, 2002 It’s fair to say that when arguably the most liberal Democratic state in the U.S. has abandoned bilingual education, it is indeed an idea whose time has … Continue reading

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Options and Perpetual Motion

Options and Perpetual Motion by Ron Unz Wall Street Journal (Letters), Thursday, August 15, 2002 In his Aug. 8 editorial page commentary, “The Real Value of Options,” Harvey Golub, the former CEO of American Express, argued that the issuance of stock options … Continue reading

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The Bilingual Burden of Republican Guilt – WSJ

The Bilingual Burden of Republican Guilt by Ron Unz Wall Street Journal, Thursday, May 24, 2001 Just a few years ago, congressional Republicans overwhelmingly supported proposals to expel a million or more Hispanic children from American public schools. Now, perhaps in a … Continue reading

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How the Republicans Lost California – WSJ

How the Republicans Lost California by Ron Unz The Golden State isn’t too liberal for the GOP. Its leaders simply scared away immigrant voters Wall Street Journal, Monday, August 28, 2000 Just 10 years ago, California was a GOP bastion, regarded as … Continue reading

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How to Speak the GOP’s Language

How to Speak the GOP’s Language by Ron Unz Wall Street Journal, Thursday, February 24, 2000 John McCain’s victory in Michigan was impressive, but he would have lost badly if not for the crossover votes of Democrats and independents. The crucial … Continue reading

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McCain-Feingold Loses; There Is an Alternative

McCain-Feingold Loses; There Is an Alternative by Ron Unz Wall Street Journal, Wednesday, October 20, 1999 Everyone agrees that the current campaign-finance system is dreadfully flawed, consisting as it does of a mishmash of contribution limits unadjusted for 25 years of … Continue reading

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Federalism vs. Roe. vs. Wade

Federalism vs. Roe. vs. Wade by Ron Unz Wall Street Journal, Wednesday, June 16, 1999 Republican presidential front-runner George W. Bush has now announced that he will not impose an abortion litmus test on his Supreme Court nominees. Such views may … Continue reading

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Some Minorities Are More Minor than Others

Some Minorities Are More Minor than Others by Ron Unz Wall Street Journal, Monday, November 16, 1998 With the victory of Washington state’s Initiative 200, which ends affirmative action in government hiring, contracting and education, supporters of racial preferences have asked … Continue reading

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How to Grab the Immigration Issue

How to Grab the Immigration Issue, by Ron Unz Wall Street Journal, May 24, 1994 The Republican Party has within its grasp long-term political control over several states, including California and Texas, the nation’s two largest (the Census Bureau reported this … Continue reading

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