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A Visit to Andorra Means Shopping Dec. 14, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Steve Bergsman The tiny landmass of Andorra remains an attraction for literary and creative types... Read More

What Impeachment Is Really About Nov. 15, 2019

Tucker Carlson and Neil Patel

This week, nearly two months after beginning impeachment proceedings, the Democrats finally held the... Read More

Searching for the Danube River's Best Christmas Markets Nov. 10, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Doug Hansen As our ship glided slowly through Austria's famed Wachau Valley, a silhouette of a me... Read More

An Irresistible Stopover in Zurich Sep. 29, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Athena Lucero Zurich, Switzerland, is the "Gateway to Europe," pulsating with one of the world's ... Read More

River Cruising Offers Carefree European Travel Aug. 31, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Sondra L. Shapiro It was early morning as our Viking longship, Alruna, docked in the little town ... Read More

Design Destination: Vicenza Aug. 24, 2019

The Art of Design

No, let's not confuse Vicenza with Venezia. The latter is a beautiful, world-renowned Italian waterf... Read More

Heat Wave Jul. 27, 2019

Susan Estrich

On the day I left Paris (after a well-timed visit to my daughter), the temperature was 96 degrees Fa... Read More

Will the Real Tariff Man Please Stand Down? Jun. 13, 2019

Veronique de Rugy

The air always swirls with popular myths that, when repeated constantly, are taken by some to be ind... Read More

London to Winchester: A Foodie's Accidental Takeaway Jun. 09, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Athena Lucero While exploring London and Winchester, England's ancient capital an hour's train ri... Read More

Paid Time Off Jun. 05, 2019

John Stossel

Both Republican and Democratic politicians want government to "do more" to give parents paid time of... Read More

Sometimes Parties Have to Change to Thrive -- or Even Survive May. 31, 2019

Michael Barone

Political parties generally go unappreciated, even among those inclined to celebrate representative ... Read More

Is the Liberal Hour Ending in the West? May. 29, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

Hillary Clinton called them "the deplorables." Barack Obama called them losers who "cling" to their ... Read More

Portugal Is One of Europe's Crown Jewels May. 19, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Doug Hansen "To travel is to live," proclaimed Hans Christian Andersen, and for two weeks my wife... Read More

Are You a Grandparent? Apr. 19, 2019

Positive Aging

If you are a baby boomer, chances are you are also a grandparent. And the reason I'm so sure about t... Read More

Notre Dame: An Omen Apr. 16, 2019

Dennis Prager

The symbolism of the burning of Notre Dame Cathedral, the most renowned building in Western civiliza... Read More

History Thrives in Reborn Krakow Apr. 14, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Robert Selwitz Anyone looking for a prime example of urban resurrection definitely needs to disco... Read More

Great Art and Heritage Make Amsterdam Special Apr. 13, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Robert Selwitz To fully appreciate Amsterdam, it's essential to understand where its name came fr... Read More

If $15 Minimum Wage Is Such a Good Idea, Why Did AOC's Bar Close Down? Mar. 21, 2019

Larry Elder

The brilliant Thomas Sowell, when in college, considered himself a Marxist. Asked what changed him, ... Read More

Russia's Crimea Invasion Imperils 21st-Century Peace Mar. 20, 2019

Austin Bay

On March 18, 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin imperiled 21st-century peace among nation states... Read More

Russian Hostile Meddling Backfires in Northern Europe Feb. 13, 2019

Austin Bay

On Feb. 11, Norway's intelligence agency severely criticized Russian jamming of GPS signals. The Nor... Read More