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  1. Obama must defend NATO's red line

    Vladimir Putin's Russia, with some 40,000 troops massed just outside Ukraine, seems to have taken effective control of a significant chunk of Ukraine — or at least denying effective control to the Ukraine government.

  2. Millennials take path of least resistance

    When Alexis de Tocqueville visited America in 1830, he was struck by how many Americans were participating in voluntary associations.

  3. Flexibility in a dangerous world

    'This is my last election,' President Barack Obama said in words caught on an open mic. 'After my election, I have more flexibility.'

  4. For good highways, pay the toll

    The gas tax worked tolerably well for nine decades. But technological progress, behavioral change and government mandates have rendered it obsolete. It's time to pay for highways not at the gas pump but through the transponder.

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Michael Barone is a columnist for U.S. News & World Report and co-editor of the Almanac of American Politics. He has written for many publications—including the Economist and the New York Times.

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