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Fighting Over the Body May. 03, 2019

Erick Erickson

Read about a lot of high-profile deaths and you find families fighting over the corpses. They've lon... Read More

Gloom, But No Doom, for Social Security May. 01, 2019

Social Security and You

In the spring each year, flowers and trees bloom. And so do gloom and doom stories about the future ... Read More

He Actually Was a Great Man Apr. 13, 2019

Mark Shields

He was the most uncommon presidential candidate. Most of them, disappointingly, flatter every group ... Read More

House GOP Smart to Keep Focus Bipartisan Mar. 20, 2019

Daily Editorials

Michigan House Republicans, led by Speaker Lee Chatfield, R-Levering, unveiled their Action Plan for... Read More

Unaffiliated Voters Should Get a Seat at the Table Mar. 06, 2019

Daily Editorials

Are political parties obsolete? It's not like the old days, when bosses and smoke-filled rooms picke... Read More

A Livable Minimum Wage Shouldn't Be a Red State/Blue State Issue Feb. 20, 2019

Daily Editorials

Illinois this week joined a growing list of blue states to approve a $15 minimum wage, part of a nat... Read More

'I Ask You to Choose Greatness' Feb. 07, 2019

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

This Tuesday night, President Donald Trump delivered the State of the Union address. It was optimist... Read More

Shutdown Paused; Now Negotiate Feb. 01, 2019

Daily Editorials

President Donald Trump relented to heightening pressure Friday and decided to end the shutdown for n... Read More

Shut Down the Shutdowns! Jan. 29, 2019

William Murchison

Gee whiz! Didn't we all get a lot out of the shutdown? Whether or not we sought it, we got the cynic... Read More

Give Federal Workers Some Shutdown Relief Jan. 25, 2019

Daily Editorials

The federal shutdown, the longest in U.S. history, has lasted for more than 30 days, with no end in ... Read More

Pettiness Won't End Shutdown Jan. 24, 2019

Daily Editorials

Now the budget standoff has become a petty grade school snit, leaving us to wonder how much worse th... Read More

We Don't Like Anybody, Do We? Jan. 22, 2019

William Murchison

As the luminous Texas writer John Graves observed a few years back: "The Unco Guid and the Rigidly R... Read More

The Shutdown Necessarily Continues Jan. 18, 2019

Erick Erickson

The Democrats have long supported securing the border. But it is a signature initiative from Preside... Read More

Solve the Real Border Problem Jan. 15, 2019

Daily Editorials

President Donald Trump might or might not get a wall. Either way, we have a problem at the border, b... Read More

The Middle Way Jan. 15, 2019

William Murchison

One unremarked side effect of the uproar that goes by the name of Donald Trump is the hardening ever... Read More

Another Chance to End Gerrymandering Jan. 14, 2019

Daily Editorials

Last June, the Supreme Court fumbled an opportunity to deal a deathblow to political gerrymandering,... Read More

As Trump Digs in on Shutdown, Senate GOP Should Consider Veto Override Jan. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

One easy solution to the three-week government shutdown appears to be growing more viable by the day... Read More

Strike a Deal on Wall Funding Jan. 09, 2019

Daily Editorials

It's depressing — but, at the same time, fitting — that the new Congress has come to tow... Read More

My New Year's Gift to Conservatives AND Liberals Jan. 06, 2019

Wayne Allyn Root

Happy New Year. In my next column, I'll get back to the business of debating politics. Today's colum... Read More

Keeping the Shutdown in Perspective Jan. 03, 2019

Scott Rasmussen

In official Washington and the nation's political media world, the partial shutdown of the federal g... Read More