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Daniel Henninger
Deputy editor, editorial page, The Wall Street Journal
Daniel Henninger is deputy editor of The Wall Street Journal's editorial page. His weekly column, “Wonder Land,” appears in The Wall Street Journal each Thursday.
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WONDER LAND
Don’t You Just Love Congress?
Behold the Democrats and GOP locked in a scorpion dance over Biden’s $4 trillion.
Daniel HenningerJuly 14, 2021
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Welcome to the Equity War
Republicans are running on culture, while Democrats press economics.
Daniel HenningerJuly 7, 2021
WONDER LAND
Who Owns the Fourth of July?
Revising patriotism, the woke left spent last year tearing down monuments to revered Americans.
Daniel HenningerJune 30, 2021
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NYC Voted. It Was About Crime
Progressives can win elections, but there’s a problem: They don’t know how to govern.
Daniel HenningerJune 23, 2021
WONDER LAND
Joe Biden’s European Vacation
No wonder Macron & Co. love the president: They built the model for his welfare state.
Daniel HenningerJune 16, 2021
WONDER LAND
Joe Biden Bungles His Crisis
The Manchin mess and spending spree are a White House misreading the political moment.
Daniel HenningerJune 9, 2021
WONDER LAND
Banning Critical Race Theory
Teaching ‘systemic racism’ was imposed on students, until politics pushed back.
Daniel HenningerJune 2, 2021
WONDER LAND
The Pelosi January 6 Commission Fiasco
It’s an excuse to kick America’s time bomb of political violence into a fateful future.
Daniel HenningerMay 26, 2021
WONDER LAND
Law and Order: It’s Back
New York City’s mayoral race is forcing the Democrats to talk about crime—again.
Daniel HenningerMay 19, 2021
WONDER LAND
Is the American Work Ethic Dying?
Covid laid off much of the country. Now the Biden Democrats are paying people to stay home.
Daniel HenningerMay 12, 2021
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