TODAY'S WASHINGTON EXAMINER EDITORIAL SECTION HIGHLIGHTS
Taints on the Toyota probe
"There is no creditable way to separate federal policy decisions from their commercial effect on both Toyota and GM as long as the government is simultaneously prosecutor, judge and jury."
Republicans must teach the American Dream
Cal Thomas, Examiner Columnist
"America doesn't need restructuring. It needs revival; revival of the principles that made us strong and great; revival of the moral foundation that proved to be our real strength and allowed us to conquer our demons and become independent, not dependent on government."
Holder's national security cover-up
Michelle Malkin, Examiner Columnist
"Americans have a right to know whether Holder, who put political interests ahead of security interests at the Clinton Justice Department in both the Marc Rich pardon scandal and the Puerto Rican FALN terrorist debacle, has made hiring decisions that provide for the common defense and promote the general welfare."
There are worse things than a dysfunctional Congress.
David Freddoso, Examiner Columnist
""Don't you remember back in December, when the GOP spent two weeks filibustering the "Pisgah National Forest Boundary Adjustment Act?" (You don't?)
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In search of the right dog
Meghan Cox Gurdon, Examiner Columnist
Obama's federal debt blunder
Larry Elder, Examiner Columnist