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If You Share Your DNA, Should You Expect Privacy? Oct. 19, 2019

Diane Dimond

Imagine a day when hardly anyone is able to get away with murder. Think about that. If there were a ... Read More

First Thing, Let's Fire All the Cops Oct. 18, 2019

Ted Rall

In the latest shooting of an innocent civilian by a trigger-happy police officer, a white Fort Worth... Read More

NBA Double Dribbles on Hong Kong Oct. 17, 2019

Daily Editorials

In its weekly "Gigs and Garlands" editorial, the News Herald's sister paper, The Ledger of Lakeland,... Read More

Forgiving Amber Guyger Is a Gracious Act of Christian Love, Not Weakness Oct. 10, 2019

From the Desk of Dr. J

It was the hug seen around the nation. Brandt Jean walked off the witness stand to embrace Amber Guy... Read More

The Homeless You Will Always Have With You, but Not Too Close Sep. 26, 2019

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

WASHINGTON — Every morning, I take the four morning newspapers I subscribe to into the kitchen... Read More

A License for Outrageous Police Conduct: Qualified Immunity Protects Cops From Liability for Actions That Would Land Ordinary People in Jail Sep. 25, 2019

Jacob Sullum

When a police officer illegally arrests a photographer for taking pictures, can the officer be sued ... Read More

Police Crackdown on Hong Kong Demands Measured but Clear U.S. Response Sep. 23, 2019

Daily Editorials

When China took over Hong Kong from Britain more than two decades ago, it agreed to allow continued ... Read More

Racist Exam Questions? Sep. 18, 2019

Walter E. Williams

The U.S. Department of Justice has recently sued the Baltimore County government alleging that its w... Read More

If Trump's 'Bigotry' Is an Impeachable Offense, Why Did Obama Get a Pass? Sep. 05, 2019

Larry Elder

Of the reasons critics offered for President Donald Trump's impeachment, the one suggested by Rep. A... Read More

Two Suspects, One Black and One White, End Up Equally Dead in Colorado Aug. 30, 2019

Daily Editorials

Officer-involved shootings often leave communities sorting through complicated nuance. Details and s... Read More

It Wasn't Just a Chokehold That Killed Eric Garner: His Death Resulted From a Violent Confrontation That Never Should Have Happened Aug. 21, 2019

Jacob Sullum

The dismissal of NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo, five years after he participated in the fatal arrest ... Read More

The Trend Toward Distrusting Police Could Hurt Us All Aug. 17, 2019

Diane Dimond

All Democrats want to take your guns. All Republicans are racist. So is law enforcement, and police ... Read More

'Trooper' Trope Troubles Troupers Aug. 14, 2019

The Word Guy

Q: The lead character in the comic strip "Rex Morgan, M.D." recently referred to someone as a "real ... Read More

Is Trump Capturing the 'Law and Order' Issue? Jul. 30, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

Did President Donald Trump launch his Twitter barrage at Elijah Cummings simply because the Baltimor... Read More

NYC's Anti-Cop Anarchy: What Say You, Dante de Blasio? Jul. 24, 2019

Michelle Malkin

Dante de Blasio is the son of Democratic New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, who has abandoned his crime-... Read More

Our Privacy Rights Are Being Sold, Stolen and Stripped May. 29, 2019

Jim Hightower

To get a job these days, chances are you'll have to pee in a bottle. Every company with a credit car... Read More

When Wacky Turned Dangerous May. 19, 2019

Tales From the Front

We return today to the tale of Matt and his psycho wife, Amanda. In the two years they lived in the... Read More

She Wanted to Spice Up Her Marriage and Wound Up Needing Pepper Spray May. 17, 2019

Tales From the Front

After 25 years, a marriage can go stale. That was the state of Andie's marriage when she met Brian. ... Read More