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Guns, Drugs, Hunter Biden, and the Selectively Long Arm of the Law

The President's son, Hunter Biden, now faces charges related to his drug use and gun ownership. It illustrates, as Clark Neily details, the enormous discretion wielded by prosecutors.

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