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A Mayor's Most Important Job Apr. 18, 2018

Walter E. Williams

When World War II ended, Washington, D.C.'s population was about 900,000; today it's about 700,000. ... Read More

Lost Opportunities For Women: Sexism Sucks, but Blame Capitalism More Dec. 22, 2017

Ted Rall

One of the points many women have made since the beginning of the current national discussion about ... Read More

Happy in the Country Jul. 21, 2017

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: I currently live in a small town in rural Missouri. I grew up here, and my husband grew ... Read More

The Streets Belong to Us All Jun. 29, 2017

Lenore Skenazy

What if you could rent a place to store a giant pile of your stuff free? The bad news is: You can. I... Read More

Trump Voters' Message: We Exist May. 12, 2017

Ted Rall

I think it was over Thanksgiving dinner. My mother's best friend, a dear woman who has been nothing ... Read More

Time to Break Free Feb. 20, 2017

Dear Doug

Q: Throughout the years, I've developed some bad habits and put off addressing them. I've made up my... Read More

What If Conservatives Behaved Like San Francisco Liberals? Dec. 13, 2016

Bernard Goldberg

I wonder if our liberal friends have picked up on the irony that some of their trendiest progressive... Read More

1 Every 5 Hours: NYC Late-Term Abortion Capital Nov. 30, 2016

Terence Jeffrey

In New York City, where the Statue of Liberty stands, 1,752 unborn children — at least 21 week... Read More

'Sanctuary' Means Career Criminals Can Run and Hide Nov. 20, 2016

Debra J. Saunders

Donald Trump understood something that many Washington insiders missed. Many Americans and some natu... Read More

The American Dream Oct. 12, 2016

Small Spaces

Since we are nearing the end of the presidential election season and have been discussing all types ... Read More

A Bitter Political Summer in Wisconsin Jul. 08, 2016

Jamie Stiehm

MADISON, Wisc. — The fields of corn growing across the state looked knee-high by the Fourth of... Read More

Trump Dumps Campaign Manager, Keeps Daughter Jun. 21, 2016

Roger Simon

Did he say anything? I had been interviewing a source, and I couldn't take my cellphone out of my po... Read More

San Francisco Is Needle City Dec. 01, 2015

Debra J. Saunders

In 1997, I went to a "needle exchange" in San Francisco to see firsthand how the "harm reduction pro... Read More

A High School Athlete in Heroin's Deadly Grip Nov. 09, 2015

Marc Dion

Middle-class white kids overdosing on heroin will do for junkies what AIDs did for promiscuous gay m... Read More

Walkabout Oct. 15, 2015

Lenore Skenazy

Sam Schwartz grew up a typical teen in the '60s, desperate for a car. Finally, he got one: a Chevy I... Read More

Big Apple Versus Big Toilet Sep. 01, 2015

Debra J. Saunders

Why is New York so much cleaner than San Francisco? It's a question you hear all the time, even as s... Read More

Cleveland Will Champion Our Cavaliers Jun. 17, 2015

Connie Schultz

For most of my life, I could not understand why anyone would hitch his or her identity to the win-lo... Read More

In Her Grief, Tamir Rice's Mother Stands Alone Mar. 04, 2015

Connie Schultz

Even when Samaria Rice is surrounded by others, as she was at Tuesday's news conference, she still s... Read More

Free Pizza? Jan. 31, 2015

Katiedid Langrock

Over the past month, I have been trying to keep up the pace with my New Year's resolution of doing o... Read More

Christophobes March On Dec. 16, 2014

David Limbaugh

America's Christophobes have been plenty busy lately. Maybe the Christmas season makes them especial... Read More