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The 2010s Look More Like Trump's Ideal America Than Obama's Jan. 05, 2018

Michael Barone

One of my favorite Christmastime presents is the Census Bureau's release of its annual population es... Read More

If It Damages America, It's Good for Democrats Nov. 28, 2017

Dennis Prager

In almost every area of American life, the better things are, the worse it is for the Democratic Par... Read More

Elite Cities Should Share the Wealth (and Crowding) With Others Sep. 14, 2017

Froma Harrop

As Seattle ascended into the club of superstar American cities, its housing became expensive and its... Read More

The Detroit Riot, 50 Years Later Jul. 21, 2017

Michael Barone

Fifty years ago this weekend, a deadly urban riot began in Detroit. It started around 3:30 a.m., whe... Read More

Repealing the Rancor Jan. 19, 2017

Laura Hollis

The hostility being displayed between Americans today is at a level that is frankly shocking. Presid... Read More

Is Race Baiting Finished? Nov. 09, 2016

Ben Shapiro

Donald Trump won the most shocking election victory in American history on Tuesday evening. He did s... Read More

Immigration Controversies Oct. 25, 2016

Thomas Sowell

Despite controversies that rage over immigration, it is hard to see how anyone could be either for o... Read More

Hillary Clinton's Deplorable Error Sep. 14, 2016

Daily Editorials

Four years after many Republicans groaned helplessly when Mitt Romney was caught on tape disparaging... Read More

True Patriotism Demands a 'Debt of Service' Jul. 05, 2016

Daily Editorials

"There is a debt of service due from every man to his country, proportioned to the bounties which na... Read More

Will the West Survive the Century? Jul. 05, 2016

Patrick Buchanan

"Nativism ... xenophobia or worse" is behind the triumph of Brexit and the support for Donald Trump,... Read More

The Cure for Expensive Cities Is Moving Vans May. 24, 2016

Froma Harrop

A funny thing didn't happen on the way to the digital revolution. It failed to empty out the citie... Read More

Cities Losing People, Not Brains Oct. 29, 2015

Froma Harrop

The population of New Orleans fell 7.3 percent after Hurricane Katrina, but guess what. NOLA now has... Read More

March of the Centenarians May. 15, 2015

C Force

It's time for us to get ready for the "March of the Centenarians." I am not referring to the latest ... Read More

More Is Not Merrier in Our Congested Cities Apr. 09, 2015

Froma Harrop

New York and San Francisco are expensive places to live. That's a big problem for the nation because... Read More

Taxes Destroy Dec. 31, 2014

Betsy McCaughey

The U.S. Census Bureau announced last week that New York slipped to fourth place in population among... Read More

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Apr. 23, 2014

What Difference Does it Make? Mar. 14, 2014

Patrick Buchanan

In the last stanza of "The Battle of Blenheim," Robert Southey writes: "But what good came of it at ... Read More

Microsoft Contra Malthus Jan. 29, 2014

Austin Bay

Last week, when the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation released its 2014 Gates Annual Letter, doom-an... Read More

Sky Not Falling With Japanese Birthrates Mar. 21, 2012

Froma Harrop

There's one complaint visitors to Tokyo rarely make, and that is "not enough people." With... Read More

7 Billion People Isn't the Problem Nov. 02, 2011

Daily Editorials

United Nations demographers estimate that the world's population has reached 7 billion; it hit 6 bil... Read More