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One subplot of the Republican presidential-nomination battle has been an increasingly vicious and personal contest between two first-time senators: Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.
Trump is unlikely to be the Republican nominee and will probably not even be a serious threat to Republicans as a third-party candidate next year. But he has exposed and widened the fissures on the American right.
American criminal justice has drifted away from its moral roots. The Left has forgotten how to blame and punish, and too often the Right has forgotten how to forgive.
Even the nation’s oldest consumer-advocacy organization thinks Uber et al. serve the public better than the highly regulated taxi cartels. The evolution away from the old system may not always take the most direct route, but it is moving in the right direction.