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    Pre-Existing Conditions Cost Hidden in ObamaCare

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    As ‘World Cop’ Walks the Beat, Rogue States Lurk

    Limited wars and limited intervention have a tendency to surge out of control. Are rogue states and their allies likely to stand by while the U.S. cleans up the neighborhood?

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    Gold Standard Won’t Solve ‘Reserve’ Dollar Problem

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    State Exchanges’ Costs Are Rising

    In response to the contention of John Boehner and Mitch McConnell that “Health costs . . . continue to rise” under ObamaCare, Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D., Ill.) observes that “Health-care premiums in state marketplaces are holding steady or dropping” (Letters, Nov. 18).

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    Don’t Treat Internet Like a Utility

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