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Historians Say New York Times Gets History Wrong Jan. 24, 2020

Michael Barone

We live in history-making times. Not so much because of the impeachment trial going on in the Senate... Read More

Where Are the 'High Crimes'? Dec. 13, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

"Quid pro quo" was the accusatory Latin phrase most often used to describe President Donald Trump's ... Read More

Is Putin the New King of the Middle East? Oct. 18, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

"Russia Assumes Mantle of Supreme Power Broker in the Middle East," proclaimed Britain's Telegraph. ... Read More

Trump's GOP Defenders Need to Recognize the Clear and Present Danger He Poses Oct. 04, 2019

Daily Editorials

President Donald Trump either deliberately chooses not to acknowledge the supremacy of federal law o... Read More

Trump Attacks His Own Presidency Oct. 03, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

The House of Representatives has begun to gather evidence in an effort to determine if President Don... Read More

Let Everyone's Light Shine Aug. 22, 2019

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

This week marks the 400th anniversary of more than 20 African slaves being sold on land that is now ... Read More

Let Everyone's Light Shine Aug. 22, 2019

Daily Editorials

This week marks the 400th anniversary of more than 20 African slaves being sold on land that is now ... Read More

Dissing the Dead in Dallas May. 28, 2019

William Murchison

During the walk-up to Memorial Day, with its evocations of respect for fallen warriors, hypercharged... Read More

Media Matters' Fake-News Pro-Slavery Headline Apr. 25, 2019

Larry Elder

In journalism, a "lede" is the introductory section of a news story, intended to entice the reader i... Read More

Why Political Emancipation Without Economic Independence Is Incomplete Freedom Apr. 25, 2019

Armstrong Williams

I recently had the pleasure of being invited by D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser to speak at a breakfast gat... Read More

Background to Sri Lanka's Easter Terror Atrocities Apr. 24, 2019

Austin Bay

Within Sri Lanka's multi-ethnic and multi-religious society, the Easter Sunday terror massacres have... Read More

To Pay for Reparations, Will Democrats Sue Themselves? Mar. 07, 2019

Larry Elder

After the election and re-election of the country's first black president, who would have thought th... Read More

'New And Contrite Hearts' and Other Necessary Stuff Mar. 05, 2019

William Murchison

Hoping for a knockout blow to battered, bedraggled remnants of the Confederate army, the starched an... Read More

Love of Country Feb. 14, 2019

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

In the next few days, we will celebrate both Valentine's Day and Presidents Day. These holidays brin... Read More

Frederick Douglass and Voting Rights Feb. 01, 2019

Linda Chavez

I have been reading — more accurately, listening to — David Blight's new biography, "Fre... Read More

Navigating the Great Divide Jan. 08, 2019

Stephen Moore

In the months after the election of Donald Trump, there was a mini-political movement in California ... Read More

A Reasonable Proposal Put Forth on 'Silent Sam' Dec. 11, 2018

Daily Editorials

Chancellor Carol Folt and the trustees of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have come ... Read More

I Loved and Lost Barack Obama (in the Trumpian Civil War) Oct. 24, 2018

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — I once loved Barack Obama, but don't see enough of him anymore. Is he writing pen... Read More

Corporate Democrats Still Don't Have a Clue How to Get Progressives to Vote for Them Aug. 10, 2018

Ted Rall

When 28-year-old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez upset a 10-term incumbent congressman in New York — ... Read More

America Divided Against Itself, Again Jun. 27, 2018

Star Parker

On May 22, 1856, Representative Preston Brooks entered the floor of the United States Senate, approa... Read More