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Dan Henninger, deputy editor of The Wall Street Journal editorial page, offers personal commentary on the news.

Dan Henninger, deputy editor of The Wall Street Journal editorial page, offers personal commentary on the news.
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New York, NY

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Dan Henninger, deputy editor of The Wall Street Journal editorial page, offers personal commentary on the news.

Twitter:

@WSJPodcasts

Language:

English

Contact:

1211 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10036 212-416-2000


Episodes

Opinion: Santorum and Freedom

3/7/2012
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Santorum has surfaced a concern about Obama's economic policies and the issue of personal freedom.

Duration: 00:02:01


Opinion: Obama's Virtual Economy

2/22/2012
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Welcome to the Sim City Economy. You really can make it up.

Opinion: What Would Clint Eastwood Do?

2/15/2012
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In terms of the nation's purpose, Clint Eastwood and Barack Obama couldn't be farther apart.

Opinion: Transformers

2/8/2012
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The Catholic church learns the true meaning of Obama's 'transformative' presidency.

Opinion: Obama's Maddening, Winning Speech

2/1/2012
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He will marginalize his opponents as the bloodless Numbers People.

Opinion: The GOP Goes MAD

1/25/2012
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The candidates go thermonuclear, but the party itself may get hit.

Henninger: Our Un-Presidential Debates

10/26/2011
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Michael Vick went to prison for staging dogfights, but for presidential debates, it's legal.

Opinion: The Unsinkable Mitt Romney

10/13/2011
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This candidate will have to be pushed a lot harder to make him a good president.

Opinion: Taking Cain Seriously

9/28/2011
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Why isn't a successful business resume presidential material?

Opinion: Obama's Tax Morass

9/21/2011
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Barack Obama and his perpetually angry Democratic "base" are the outliers on comprehensive tax reform.

Obama's Two Economies

9/14/2011
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For Barack Obama, the private economy is an intellectual abstraction.