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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20

On the Editorial Page
Journalists abandon their principles in the Plame kerfuffle.
12:01 a.m. EST

Wonder Land BY DANIEL HENNINGER
Dems endanger the country by personalizing the Iraq issue.
12:01 a.m. EST

On the Taste Page
Mark Steyn explains why Canadians are so humorless. Plus move the Expos to Mexico!
12:01 a.m. EST

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19

Best of the Web Today BY JAMES TARANTO
Did Kerry flip-flop on ANWR drilling too? Plus: Is Sid Blumenthal trying to sabotage Kerry's campaign?
3:13 p.m. EST

On the Editorial Page
Howard Dean is the most consequential loser since Barry Goldwater.
12:01 a.m. EST

Peggy Noonan
Can the anger of the Broken Glass Democrats overcome Bush's normality?
12:01 a.m. EST

Dorothy Rabinowitz's Media Log
Why did the History Channel accuse LBJ of JFK's murder?
12:01 a.m. EST

OpinionJournal's Political Diary
John Kerry calls for a new "fairness doctrine" to quash Fox News; why Howard Dean crashed and burned; the future of the Dean movement; turnout numbers show Dems may not be so jazzed after all; John Edwards is a late-blooming Gephardt; Bush-bashing books are expected to hit shelves in record numbers but selling is something else; Molly Ivins gives Kerry a low Elvis rating. (Click to Subscribe)
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A strong euro is good for Europe.

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18

Best of the Web Today BY JAMES TARANTO
Is the Edwards surge real? Don't count on it. Plus Kerry speeches as instruments of torture!
3:11 p.m. EST

On the Editorial Page
Suddenly Democrats favor free speech. They owe Bradley Smith an apology.
12:01 a.m. EST

Outside the Box BY PETE DU PONT
Wasn't the era of big government supposed to be over?
12:01 a.m. EST

Leisure & Arts BY ZAINAB BAHRANI
The British and Swiss get tough about Iraqi antiquities smuggling.
12:01 a.m. EST

OpinionJournal's Political Diary
GOP's Hastert fumbles his intervention in Kentucky's special election; media applause drives the Edwards challenge; Wisconsin voters endorse a veep strategy; Ohio senate race goes from clash of titans to boring walkover; Alabama beats California as a state that honors the rule of law; same-sex marriage foreshadows a run on the treasury. (Click to Subscribe)
1:00 p.m. EST

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17

Best of the Web Today BY JAMES TARANTO
John Kerry promises lots of distractions from the war on terror. Plus: Alterman says Gore did what to a chicken?
3:17 p.m. EST

On the Editorial Page BY BERNARD-HENRI LEVY
We've not yet seen all the fallout from Pakistan's nuclear proliferation.
12:01 a.m. EST

The Western Front BY BRENDAN MINITER
What Bush learned from Lincoln.
12:01 a.m. EST

Leisure & Arts BY ALLEN BARRA
The Yankees finally live up to their reputation.
12:01 a.m. EST

OpinionJournal's Political Diary
Confusion from Democrats over who's responsible for the peddling the AWOL issue; George Bush wins the Daytona 500; Howard Dean�s future motto is 'show me the money;' Washington Post reporter explains paper's reasoning on Kerry scandal rumors; White House faces a test over GOP pork in pending highway bill; populist doc joins GOP race to fill Oklahoma senate seat. (Click to Subscribe)
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16

On the Editorial Page
Activists wage a nasty campaign to silence scientists.
12:01 a.m. EST

Extra BY MARTIN FELDSTEIN
The deficit is no reason to raise taxes now.
12:01 a.m. EST

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15

On the Editorial Page
Lack of money isn't the problem with education.
12:01 a.m. EST

Extra BY BARNETT R. RUBIN
As Kabul runs out of cash, the illicit economy thrives.
12:01 a.m. EST

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14

On the Editorial Page
There's something fishy about the health scare over salmon.
12:01 a.m. EST

Leisure & Arts BY GORDON D. MARINO
Lenox Lewis retires. Who'll be the new heavyweight champion(s)?
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