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Our Devices Getting Creepier, Nosier and More Invasive Jan. 16, 2019

Daily Editorials

Electronic gadgets are now part of all of our lives — from the handheld devices we carry and c... Read More

Congress Needs to Understand Tech Issues; Shuttered Office of Experts Could Help Jan. 08, 2019

Daily Editorials

There once was a group of technology experts whose job was to educate members of Congress on cutting... Read More

Facebook Has Betrayed Users' Privacy More Than We Knew; Congress Must Act. Dec. 21, 2018

Daily Editorials

A New York Times probe has revealed the shocking true depths of Facebook's data mining of its users,... Read More

Don't Let Trump Hatred Thwart the School Choice Movement Nov. 22, 2018

Larry Elder

The Detroit school board recently voted 6-to-1 to consider removing Dr. Ben Carson's name from one o... Read More

How About Medicare Advantage for All? Sep. 13, 2018

Froma Harrop

A resurfaced Barack Obama has uttered those three little words: "Medicare for all." Does that mean t... Read More

Thankful for Property Nov. 22, 2017

John Stossel

Ready for Thanksgiving? Before you eat that turkey, I hope you think about why America has turkeys f... Read More

Schools Failing Taxpayers at More Than $18,000 Per Year Aug. 10, 2016

Terence Jeffrey

In Philadelphia, where the Democratic Party held its national convention, the public schools spent a... Read More

Reduce the Hurdles to Private Investment in Infrastructure Jun. 23, 2016

Veronique de Rugy

The Congressional Budget Office has a new report looking at the return of federal investment in tran... Read More

Private Is Better May. 25, 2016

John Stossel

Our next president will almost certainly be Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. But I take heart knowi... Read More

Airport Lines: Your Government Failing You May. 22, 2016

Steve Chapman

This summer, air travel is for people who expect to go to hell and want to know what it will be like... Read More

What Happens When Private Money Pays for Science? Jan. 07, 2016

Froma Harrop

As a select few accumulate massive fortunes, two schools of thought vie on how to funnel some of tha... Read More

Remembering the Life and Honoring the Legacy of Whitney Ball Aug. 20, 2015

Veronique de Rugy

Death focuses the mind. The recent passing of my dear friend Whitney Ball, who devoted her professio... Read More

Does Anyone Believe Hillary Clinton? Mar. 12, 2015

Debra J. Saunders

As Hillary Clinton took questions from the media about the personal email account she used as secret... Read More

Secrecy, Sex, Hillary and Bill Mar. 11, 2015

Roger Simon

Secrecy is to Hillary Clinton what sex was to Bill Clinton. She has to have it. She doesn't care if ... Read More

Who Cares What Ideology Drives the High-Speed Train? Aug. 12, 2014

Froma Harrop

In Texas, a private company wants to build a bullet train joining Dallas and Houston. In California,... Read More

You Know Your Country Sucks When You Look Wistfully Back at Stalin Jul. 18, 2014

Ted Rall

You can tell a lot about the state of a country by comparing the state of its public and private inf... Read More

The Barn

Jul. 09, 2014

Al Gore's Warnings About Inequality and Democracy Jun. 13, 2014

David Sirota

Inequality and democracy are the kind of topics you may expect to hear about at a political conventi... Read More

Private Equity Is Becoming a Public Problem Jun. 06, 2014

David Sirota

A few weeks ago, a top official at the Securities and Exchange Commission reported on what he called... Read More

What Have You Said in Private? Apr. 29, 2014

Dennis Prager

A private recording of racist remarks by the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, Donald Sterling, in ... Read More