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Mona Charen is policy editor of The Bulwark and host of the "Beg to Differ" podcast.

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Why I’m a single-issue voter

There’s just one issue I will vote on in 2021 — truth. The Republican Party has become a conspiracy of liars.

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Educational decline among males puts institution of marriage at risk

Some might note this female preeminence and shout hurrah for feminism. But I’d keep the champagne corked.

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Pro-life cause deserves better than Texas law

The Texas Heartbeat Act currently causing such angst may be remembered as a sideshow.

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The party of violence

Republicans talk incessantly about other people’s violence. But the kind of violence Republicans are now flirting with is political — a completely different plane of threat.

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U.S. went to Afghanistan to fight terrorism, not build a nation

Now bloodthirsty jihadists from around the world will flock to Afghanistan, and many others will be lifted by the example of the Islamists who defeated the Great Satan.

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What American apologists for a Hungarian autocrat reveal about themselves

Though they are familiar with the folly of political tourism, they are lining up to laud a leader who no longer even pretends to be democratic.

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Vaccinate the world — now

America cannot wall itself off from diseases that cross borders. If COVID-19 variants are stewing in low-vaccination countries such as India and Ukraine, they threaten the rest of the globe.

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Cheney and Kinzinger should have stood up for the truth sooner

They had many, many earlier opportunities to extinguish this forest fire before it became a raging inferno.

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When it comes to race problems, can national solidarity be our solution?

Whether through national service, better civic education or facilitated "conversations" between embittered factions, we desperately need bridge-building.

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What we lost when we won the Cold War

Our enemies once did us a favor by pointing to our flaws, because that played a role in spurring us to be better.