As I write these words, only about ¼ of the vote in Wisconsin has been counted, but Scott Walker's lead seems quite impressive -- over a 60-40 margin. Even if a lot of the vote that comes in later is more Democratic, it does appear that Big Labor's attempt to bring down Gov. Walker has failed. Three Governors have been subjected to recall elections in United States history; the first two were actually removed. But Scott Walker, the third, will serve out his term. It looks as if sanity has prevailed in Wisconsin. And Big Labor has been shown the door. Let us hope that the rest of the year will be as good for the people as this has been.
Against Civic Division - In *National Review*, I dig into the implications of Bret Stephens's satirical proposal to deport poor Americans.
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