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A game of brinksmanship is being played out in the legislative and executive branches. Congress and the president must agree on a budget to avert a government shutdown.
Freedom also has its costs. That is precisely why we fear it. And the freedoms we have long honored – and that Egypt, Tunisia and other countries are now themselves seeking to embrace – is no different.
Last week I served as a judge for a high school civics competition and it surprised me a little that, unlike at the Constitutional Convention itself, there was not a single voice of dissent.
In this feature from the Washington Post, six new members of Congress relate the personal roots of their political ambitions and what it means to them to serve in Congress.
In a new series, Dissenters’ Corner, our columnists debate the recent turmoil in Wisconsin … and the conclusions may “shock” you.