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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

Slow Down and Take a Breath May. 31, 2018

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

If you attempt to follow news, then good luck. In our current rapid-response, knee-jerk environment,... Read More

Thou Shalt Not Question Mueller May. 09, 2018

L. Brent Bozell

The television networks have flooded us with hours and hours of coverage of the Robert Mueller probe... Read More

State of Disease May. 02, 2018


The Journal of the American Medical Association just published a study by the U.S. Burden of Disease... Read More

Penny-Wise Apr. 25, 2018


If you've ever participated in a sleep study, you know that one of the aspects that ironically keeps... Read More

Untold Story of Broadcast Ownership Apr. 19, 2018

Armstrong Williams

Last year, the Sinclair Broadcasting Group agreed to acquire the Tribune Media Company. Since then t... Read More

Sinclair Panders to Trump in Orwellian Video Apr. 03, 2018

Daily Editorials

Last May, we criticized the proposed sale of Tribune Media Co. to Sinclair Broadcasting, a deal that... Read More

Who's Controlling What You Read? Mar. 09, 2018

Adriana Cohen

As a consumer, if you abhor censorship and want to protect free speech — a basic human right i... Read More

No News Is Good News Feb. 10, 2018

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: I'm suffering from what I call vigilance fatigue. The state of our government's affairs ... Read More

Memo to Dan Rather: Shut Up About Memos Feb. 07, 2018

Michelle Malkin

Old liberal media liars never fade away. They just rage, rage against the dying of their dinosaur in... Read More

The Fakest of Fake News Feb. 01, 2018

Lenore Skenazy

"Dear News Media: Yesterday while jogging, I noticed a squirrel on my neighbor's lawn. I got to my d... Read More

Dirty College Secrets Jan. 10, 2018

Walter E. Williams

A frequent point I have made in past columns has been about the educational travesty happening on ma... Read More

How Cable News Fuels Polarization Nov. 14, 2017

Bernard Goldberg

During a TV interview years ago, I said, tongue-only-slightly-in-cheek, that Roger Ailes, the vision... Read More

Devastating Headlines and Single Fatherhood Oct. 14, 2017

The Family Coach

Dear Family Coach: Lately, all of the news is having a disastrous effect on me. Every day, I become ... Read More

Mass Murderers Should Be Deprived of Fame Oct. 12, 2017

Steve Chapman

On Oct. 1, a 64-year-old Nevada man opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers from a high-rise hotel in... Read More

Devastating News and Constant Rebellion Oct. 07, 2017

The Family Coach

Dear Family Coach: My kids are exposed to what seems to be an endless stream of devastating news. Na... Read More

All Rise, or Not, for the United States of Football Sep. 13, 2017

Connie Schultz

Once again, we've got a lot going on in my hometown of Cleveland that's attracting national attentio... Read More

News or Newsy Covfefe Jun. 01, 2017

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

Early this Wednesday morning, shortly after midnight the night before, President Donald Trump tweete... Read More

Fox's Sex Appeal Problem Apr. 21, 2017

Linda Chavez

Bill O'Reilly's downfall has led to plenty of schadenfreude in the media, but I'm not sure the right... Read More

Media Bias 101 Apr. 07, 2017

Erick Erickson

After the November election last year, a friend of mine asked how many reporters know people with a ... Read More