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A Special Kind of Giving Dec. 22, 2017

Mona Charen

Several years ago, we had a problem with a merchant. We declined to pay a disputed bill and got a ca... Read More

The Poor Are Not Poor Because the Rich Are Rich Nov. 15, 2017

Star Parker

A new study released by the left-leaning Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C., headlines... Read More

Are My Socks Gay? Oct. 23, 2017

Marc Dion

I was sitting on the edge of the bed this morning, on my wife's flowered bedspread, happily pulling ... Read More

Making an Afghan with No Pattern Aug. 28, 2017

Marc Dion

One of my aunts and my grandmother both made beautiful afghans, those cozy, crocheted lap-warmers th... Read More

Hillbilly Huntin' Jul. 17, 2017

Marc Dion

Ever since Donald Trump won the presidency with the votes of people who have never been to a Whole F... Read More

Make America Great Again for $2.60 an Hour Jul. 03, 2017

Marc Dion

I was at an event in a local restaurant, notebook in hand, doing my job as a reporter on a midsized ... Read More

CFPB Prepaid Card Rule Again Targets a Product Popular With the Masses Apr. 20, 2017

Veronique de Rugy

Whenever innovation produces a new technology or product that benefits the masses, government bureau... Read More

The Message From the Manger Dec. 23, 2016

Joe Conason

Celebrating the birth of Jesus of Nazareth is a custom familiar to everyone raised in Western cultur... Read More

The Left's Vision Nov. 01, 2016

Thomas Sowell

The political left keeps announcing, as if it is a new breakthrough discovery of theirs, that life i... Read More

The Left and the Masses Oct. 18, 2016

Thomas Sowell

The greatest moral claim of the political left is that they are for the masses in general and the po... Read More

Economic Conspiracies Aug. 31, 2016

Walter E. Williams

A general economic principle is that any law or regulation that restricts market entry tends to impo... Read More

Who Dies for America? Aug. 08, 2016

Marc Dion

The young man on whose grave the nation dances had the last name Khan. Not Cohen. Not Cohan. Cohen i... Read More

Is Personal Responsibility Obsolete? Jun. 07, 2016

Thomas Sowell

Among the many disturbing signs of our times are conservatives and libertarians of high intelligence... Read More

Congress Considers Taking Food out of the Mouths of Poor Kids Jun. 01, 2016

Daily Editorials

Taking a page from Missouri's former pro-hunger state legislator, Rep. Cynthia Davis of O'Fallon, Mi... Read More

Are We Having Funding Yet? Apr. 26, 2016

The Science Advice Goddess

My girlfriend and I are both struggling artists in our early 20s. We have a lot of fun, and being p... Read More

The Brute Force of Government Spending on Autopilot Mar. 20, 2016

Debra J. Saunders

My car was towed from an area near a train station in San Francisco last month. I had parked in fron... Read More

Sheep Guts for Everyone! Mar. 10, 2016

Lenore Skenazy

One hundred years ago in Brooklyn, New York, you could argue our modern era began. In a squat that n... Read More

Powerball's Biggest Winner: Government Jan. 13, 2016

Michelle Malkin

Ka-ching! Wednesday's Powerball jackpot soared to $1.5 billion as get-rich-quick mania seized Americ... Read More

Unappreciated Tax on the Poor Jan. 06, 2016

Walter E. Williams

A few years ago, BET had a commentary titled "Where Are the Grocery Stores in Black Neighborhoods?" ... Read More

The Earned Income Tax Credit: Small Benefits, Large Costs Oct. 29, 2015

Veronique de Rugy

When both liberals and conservatives like a government program, it usually means that it is expensiv... Read More