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Writing more than a decade before most of the world had ever heard the name Barack Obama, our dear, departed friend Robert Bork noted that President Bill Clinton had proposed raising taxes on “the rich”—not further defined. Taxes would go up even though credible analyses showed that raising them would not increase government revenues.

As Judge Bork ruefully admitted, he had taught Bill and Hillary Clinton constitutional law...

 

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