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Centralized crypto intermediaries have lost more customer money than decentralized protocols have. Users are starting to vote with their feet, write @VivekGRamaswamy and @MarkLurie on.wsj.com/3U7nG4E
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Families of 9/11 victims have been put through the wringer this year while pursuing compensation. A federal judge blocked one path forward, but Congress can open another with a legislative tweak and repurposed federal funds. on.wsj.com/3VovLD4
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The results of the 2022 midterm election offer a lesson for both political parties: Despite the intensifying partisan polarization of the past two decades, swing voters still exist, writes William Galston on.wsj.com/3U10lBI
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For the sake of taxpayers, state lawmakers and governors should unshackle their states from Washington’s Medicaid handcuffs before the Biden administration throws away the key, write Tarren Bragdon and Sam Adolphsen on.wsj.com/3EUtl9I
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“Taiwan's preparations make sense only if a dignified surrender and retreat to apartments in mainland China is the actual operating plan,” writes @ELuttwak in a letter to the editor. on.wsj.com/3Oyf1XO
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The Biden Administration’s agreement to a new fund to pay for natural disasters shows again that the religion of climate change is progressive penance for the sin of being prosperous. on.wsj.com/3AAKMK3
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When the U.S. leads the way in a new technology, Americans benefit economically. But U.S. technological leadership is under assault, and the stakes couldn’t be higher, writes William P. Barr on.wsj.com/3gCT7pA
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Letter to the editor: What do you think poor countries are going to do with their climate-reparations money? Building coal plants to improve their standard of living is probably high on the list. on.wsj.com/3EzWaHf
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Testing the capacity of the country’s leading ticket platform resulted in a sales record for Taylor Swift but also overwhelmed the system and left many disappointed fans, writes @FreemanWSJ on.wsj.com/3OvDEEi
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“Elon Musk took over Twitter to control speech, not to free it. His actions are not that of a free-speech warrior; they’re that of a child who decries anything he doesn’t like as unfair,” writes Lillian Ali, a student at Northwestern University. on.wsj.com/3Xq1RA5
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Letter to the editor: On Sabbath, there are no demands except that we enjoy the wonderful gifts of life that God gives us daily, if only we are willing to tune out our self-created distractions and tune into His blessings. on.wsj.com/3Evdugk
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Fuel supply is only half of Europe’s energy crisis. The other half is the ruinous fiscal cost associated with the failure of green-energy flights of fancy. on.wsj.com/3XtfXAH
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Letter to the editor: One virtue necessary to cope with all of life’s vicissitudes is hope. I am no philosopher, but I would add that a bit of denial also helps along the way. on.wsj.com/3XsyMUx
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Prosecutors can’t rewrite the law on their own to charge individuals merely for profiting from their political connections. on.wsj.com/3U8ScuP
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Crypto is following a well-worn path of financial innovations, such as subprime mortgages and credit-default swaps, that began with dazzling rewards and ended with crippling losses, writes @SenWarren on.wsj.com/3gwkKkg
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Against a backdrop of high inflation, rising fuel costs and slow progress on the ground, leaders can expect to see their countries’ public support for Ukraine wane if they don’t continue to make a persuasive case for it, writes Mark T. Kimmitt on.wsj.com/3EyXpq5
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