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When Politics Was Fun Jun. 02, 2018

Mark Shields

On Sept. 26, 1960, when Democratic nominee John F. Kennedy and his Republican opponent, Richard Nixo... Read More

Dem Pundit: 'Paying Off a Porn Star Is Presidential?' Mar. 15, 2018

Larry Elder

When it comes to the issue of porn star Stormy Daniels, we should welcome the media and the Democrat... Read More

False Humility Is Better Than None at All Feb. 03, 2018

Mark Shields

Thanks to the reliable American Presidency Project at the University of California, Santa Barbara, w... Read More

'Always Proud He Was My President' Jan. 13, 2018

Mark Shields

Sen. J. William Fulbright of Arkansas, who created the international scholarship program that bears ... Read More

What John F. Kennedy and Donald Trump Have in Common Dec. 19, 2017

Stephen Moore

Last week during an address at the White House, President Donald Trump likened his tax plan to the t... Read More

An American President and the World Oct. 28, 2017

Mark Shields

The release by the Trump administration of thousands of pages of classified documents related to the... Read More

Confederate Monuments: The Problem With Politically Correct History Aug. 31, 2017

Larry Elder

Malcolm X, as a member of the Nation of Islam, preached anti-Semitism and called the white man "devi... Read More

Why Stop at Reassessing Confederate Monuments? What About the Kennedy Brothers? Aug. 24, 2017

Larry Elder

As we rewrite history and remove Confederate monuments deemed "offensive" when viewed through the pr... Read More

The President Is Also a Moral Leader Aug. 19, 2017

Mark Shields

It was obviously an earlier, less cynical time when the president of the United States could explain... Read More

Per Capita Taxes Have More Than Doubled Since JFK May. 31, 2017

Terence Jeffrey

Real federal taxes per capita have more than doubled since John F. Kennedy served as president ̵... Read More

The President Who Never Combed Gray Hair Turns 100 May. 25, 2017

Jamie Stiehm

"An idealist without illusions," John Fitzgerald Kennedy once defined himself. Note the cut of his j... Read More

Why the Cuban Missile Crisis Matters Today Mar. 11, 2017

Mark Shields

Gen. Charles de Gaulle, a French hero and statesman who did not lack for self-esteem, once stated, "... Read More

'Partyism' Replaces Racism as the Great Divider Feb. 17, 2017

Suzanne Fields

Pop culture once offered a needed respite from politics and the expression of personal opinion that ... Read More

John F. Kennedy: What Would He Think of His Party? Feb. 16, 2017

Larry Elder

President Ronald Reagan said: "I didn't leave the Democratic Party. The party left me." Actor and fo... Read More

Challenge Us; Don't Coddle Us Jan. 14, 2017

Mark Shields

The late William Safire, a certified wordsmith who had been a speechwriter for President Richard Nix... Read More

'Jackie,' Manners and Power Dec. 20, 2016

Froma Harrop

Those expecting to feast on the splendor of a fashion icon in the movie "Jackie" may feel misled. Th... Read More

Robin Hood Economics Falls Flat in Debates Oct. 07, 2016

Michael Barone

Robin Hood is dead. Or at least seriously ailing. The politics of taking from the rich and giving to... Read More

How Trump Wins the Debate Sep. 23, 2016

Patrick Buchanan

On one of my first trips to New Hampshire in 1991, to challenge President George H. W. Bush, I ran i... Read More

Tax Cuts, King Dollar and Growth: From JFK to Reagan to Trump Sep. 17, 2016

Lawrence Kudlow

Fifty-four years ago, at The Economic Club of New York, President John F. Kennedy unveiled a dramati... Read More

The 'Death' of the GOP Jul. 02, 2016

Mark Shields

In 1986, some 34 years after he had first been elected to the U.S. Senate from Arizona, Barry Goldwa... Read More