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Big New Minimum Wages Mask Cruelty as Sympathy Dec. 03, 2019

Daily Editorials

"Black Friday" sounds dire but is actually a cause for celebration. For most of the year, retail sto... Read More

The End Is Not Nigh -- There Is Much to Be Thankful For Nov. 28, 2019

Veronique de Rugy

At a time when our country seems as divided as ever and many are talking as if the end times are com... Read More

The Post and Liberal Media Again Get It Wrong About Trump Economy Nov. 12, 2019

Stephen Moore

First, a full admission about this article: I originally sent a version of it to The Washington Post... Read More

We Need Steady Leadership -- Not Fire-Starters -- to Guide a Divided Nation Nov. 07, 2019

Armstrong Williams

The current state of American politics is eerily reminiscent of the wildfires that recently engulfed... Read More

Superrichinoids: The Weirdest Species of All Nov. 06, 2019

Jim Hightower

I love nature shows on TV. They take you into the jungles, the ocean depths, the deserts, the frozen... Read More

Anyone Want To Play Poker? Nov. 05, 2019

Daily Editorials

I was going to write part two of why California is burning. But that takes a back seat to impeachmen... Read More

Anyone Want To Play Poker? Nov. 03, 2019

Wayne Allyn Root

I was going to write part two of why California is burning. But that takes a back seat to impeachmen... Read More

The Vast Deceptions of 'Medicare for All' Oct. 24, 2019

Steve Chapman

Elizabeth Warren took a pounding in the recent Democratic debate for her lack of candor on "Medicare... Read More

Putting America First Means Fiscal Responsibility Oct. 24, 2019

Armstrong Williams

The two stories that have dominated the news cycle over the past two weeks — the impending Con... Read More

America Works Best When Americans Are Working Oct. 03, 2019

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

With the unemployment rate holding at 3.7% and a 63% labor participation rate, more Americans are wo... Read More

The Crackers and Frackers Could Hold the Keys to 2020 Sep. 17, 2019

Salena Zito

MONACA, Pennsylvania — All Darrin Kelly wanted for the energy workers in Western Pennsylvania ... Read More

Father's New Marriage Hard for Teen After Loss Sep. 13, 2019

'Tween 12 & 20

DR. WALLACE: My mother passed away a year ago. We were a happy family, and we all loved one another ... Read More

Media Bad-Mouths the Economy Like It Did in 1992 Sep. 12, 2019

Larry Elder

As it did in 1992, the anti-Republican media is covering Trump's economy as negatively as possible w... Read More

The State of Black Employment Sep. 05, 2019

Armstrong Williams

The top-line numbers seem to tell it all. When it comes to American employment, a rising tide lifts ... Read More

Thank You for Nothing Sep. 05, 2019

Work Daze

Listen, I know you really like this column. I'm thrilled that reading my well-chosen, artisanal word... Read More

Following Your Gut Aug. 30, 2019

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: I graduate from college in December (hopefully), and before then I have some important d... Read More

From Kind to Insulting to Kind Again Aug. 29, 2019

At Work

Q: I have worked closely with a colleague for more than six years. Each time I thought I knew her, s... Read More

Boss Gives Top Sales Leads to Men Over Women Aug. 15, 2019

At Work

Q: I worked as a sales representative for a nationwide company for five years. About 40% of the sale... Read More

Q&A&A&A Aug. 15, 2019

Work Daze

What's the worst part of starting a new job? Your new, puny salary? Your new, miserable boss? Not ev... Read More

Courage Required: Reporting an Addicted Colleague Aug. 08, 2019

At Work

Q: When we receive assignments, we are sent in pairs to work at the client's office, sometimes for m... Read More