Jesse Stanchak

Jesse Stanchak is a writer living in Washington, D.C.

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July 2 2006 5:24 AMThe government spends $1.3 billion on farm subsidies for non-farmers
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June 3 2006 6:32 AMWhat's the logic behind the Dr. Wen Ho Lee settlement split?
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March 12 2006 6:02 AMSo Long, Milosevic
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Jan. 8 2006 5:59 AMDeLay Blunted, Blunt Undelayed
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Dec. 10 2005 6:37 AMThe Climes, They Are A-Changing
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Nov. 20 2005 6:08 AMBeaned By a Curveball
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Oct. 2 2005 5:36 AMTourist Trap
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Sept. 4 2005 5:56 AMHe's Gaveling the Angels Now
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Aug. 7 2005 5:15 AMEntangled Sub-Plots
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July 10 2005 5:27 AMNo Nukes is Good Nukes
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June 5 2005 5:06 AMUpper-Class Class Warriors
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April 29 2005 6:22 PMSocially Awkward
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April 22 2005 2:52 PMA Rift on the Right?The growing divide between small-government and Christian conservatives.
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April 8 2005 6:40 PMA "Brittle" Legacy?Andrew Sullivan remembers John Paul II.
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March 25 2005 5:51 PMPaper Dragon?The Economist says various problems will hold China back.
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June 11 2006 6:18 AM3 Guantanamo dentainees commit suicide
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April 1 2006 6:40 AM A second DeLay aide pleads guilty
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Feb. 11 2006 5:47 AMFudged Brownie
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Jan. 1 2006 5:49 AMThe Storm Fronts
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Nov. 27 2005 5:50 AMHedge Hogs
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Oct. 30 2005 5:13 AMIn the Market for Disaster
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Sept. 25 2005 4:16 AM'Cane Ain't Able
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Aug. 21 2005 5:52 AMKurds and Way-Out Factions
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July 31 2005 5:18 AMMaybe They Were Just a Little Spaced Out
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June 18 2005 5:47 AMThe Fraud Squad
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May 6 2005 3:55 PMWay To Go, BritsThe Economist chastises U.K. voters for weakening Tony Blair.
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April 29 2005 4:05 PMBarrels of TroubleThe Economist debates the significance of high oil prices.
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April 15 2005 4:27 PMBring on the Flat TaxIf it can work for Russia, why not here?
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April 1 2005 3:16 PMHydrogen on the Eastern Horizon?Why China could beat us on fuel-cell technology.
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March 11 2005 5:23 PMTo Privatize or Not?The New Republic debates the future of Social Security.

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