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A Look Back at the Words of 2018 Dec. 12, 2018

The Word Guy

My goodness, what a year we had, With mayhem, storms, and fires so bad. Our language seemed to fall ... Read More

Putting the Trump Stamp on the Public Dec. 05, 2018

Jim Hightower

D.T. (as aides refer to the present occupant of the Oval Office) is really quite good at one special... Read More

A Brave Navy SEAL Sets a New Tone Nov. 16, 2018

Daily Editorials

Republicans seeking a future leader should get to know Dan Crenshaw, the former Navy SEAL elected la... Read More

Truth and Its Enemies: Making Acosta a Federal Case Nov. 16, 2018

Mona Charen

Question: What does CNN's Jim Acosta crave more than anything? If you said "attention," go to the he... Read More

Problems Abound for Both Sides Nov. 16, 2018

Erick Erickson

Both political parties in Washington can look at last week's election results and find encouragement... Read More

By Law, the President Should Have to Give Daily Press Conferences Nov. 16, 2018

Ted Rall

News conferences are a double oxymoron. Pressers aren't conferences; conferences involve back-and-fo... Read More

Happy Warrior Nov. 15, 2018

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

The midterms are over, and speculation about the 2020 presidential race has already started. Preside... Read More

Washington Post Exposes Giant, Well-Funded Hate Group Nov. 15, 2018

Daily Editorials

Americans fought a civil war to enhance civil rights. We work tirelessly to expand diversity and mar... Read More

Americans Don't Appreciate Their Freedom Nov. 15, 2018

Daily Editorials

Here's a shock: Almost half of Americans cannot name a single right protected by the First Amendment... Read More

Privatization Is Not an Option Nov. 14, 2018

Jim Hightower

Unable to find a fatal flaw in our far-flung public mail delivery network, the anti-Postal Service f... Read More

Where Do We Go When Journalism Fails Us? Nov. 09, 2018

Erick Erickson

This election should remind us how vital and necessary local journalism is to factual reporting. Nat... Read More

NBC's Saturday Night Sickness Nov. 09, 2018

L. Brent Bozell

NBC's "Saturday Night Live" is taking on a very sour look. Alec Baldwin didn't appear with his tired... Read More

Who Votes Republican? Nov. 09, 2018

Mona Charen

Exit polls aren't always 100 percent reliable. For example, in 2016, the exit interviews suggested t... Read More

Subject and Verb Beg to Disagree Oct. 31, 2018

The Word Guy

Q: The lead sentence in a newspaper story stated, "A string of recent announcements promising jobs a... Read More

Yes, Unvetted Illegal Caravans Threaten Public Health Oct. 31, 2018

Michelle Malkin

We live in bizarro times. Suddenly, it is controversial to state obvious, neon-bright truths. This w... Read More

The Left Will Never Thrive Without Its Own Smart, Entertaining and Well-Funded Media Organization Oct. 26, 2018

Ted Rall

The U.S. occupation of Afghanistan is in its 17th year, with no end in sight. The U.S. has killed 1 ... Read More

How to Navigate Negative Campaign Ads Oct. 25, 2018

Daily Editorials

For voters, this is the cruelest season. Negative ads are filling radio and TV airwaves, dominating ... Read More

Language Pitches Some Learning Curves Oct. 24, 2018

The Word Guy

Some random dispatches from the Word Front: — Listen and Learn. The recent confirmation hearin... Read More

Chris Matthews' Reaction to Kanye West Exposes the Left's Race-Card Hustle Oct. 18, 2018

Larry Elder

As is often the case in this era of President Donald Trump, the reaction is far more interesting tha... Read More

Short Takes on Squirrels, Coaches, Bullies and (Prison) Bars Oct. 15, 2018

Daily Editorials

Support Squirrels Are a Nutty Idea Reports of weird exotic support animals on passenger flights get ... Read More