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Boo! You're Under Arrest! Oct. 11, 2018

Lenore Skenazy

You know what's scarier than a vampire who just ate a bag of pretzels? Some Halloween laws in Virgin... Read More

Our Rules of the Game: US Constitution Jul. 18, 2018

Walter E. Williams

Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement, leading to President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavana... Read More

Taming the Tyranny of the Agency May. 10, 2018

Veronique de Rugy

The tyranny of the administrative state is real and hard to tame. Americans would be horrified if th... Read More

Sombreros, Qipaos and Catholic Cosplay, Oh My! May. 09, 2018

Michelle Malkin

The impossibly fickle, selective and whimsical rules of cultural appropriation are hard to keep stra... Read More

The Modern Baby May. 03, 2018

Lenore Skenazy

Babies haven't changed much in about a million years. But how we view and raise them? That's changin... Read More

Rules Are Meant to Be Broken Apr. 28, 2018

The Art of Design

Interior design and decorating are somewhat bound by rules developed overtime to regulate housekeepi... Read More

Facebook Clearly Won't Fix Itself Apr. 12, 2018

Froma Harrop

Mark Zuckerberg in 2006: "We really messed this one up. ... We did a bad job of explaining what the ... Read More

Republicans Have Reformed Taxes; Will They Fix 1970s Budget Rules Next? Dec. 22, 2017

Michael Barone

The Republicans have passed their tax bill, without a single Democratic vote, despite low to dismal ... Read More

Why We Can't Let the Creeps Write the Rules Dec. 15, 2017

Suzanne Fields

Maybe we need a fresh perspective. Everybody regards sexual harassers as creeps. We're watching them... Read More

You Should Know, the Flag Is Not a Rag Jun. 29, 2017

Froma Harrop

We've seen American flag bikinis — stars on the bottom and stripes on top or the other way aro... Read More

Social Security Laws Are NOT Changing Constantly Jun. 28, 2017

Social Security and You

Several times every week, someone makes a comment similar to this one, which I found in today's emai... Read More

The Wussification of Baseball Is a Good Thing May. 18, 2017

Steve Chapman

When the first cave dwellers began using fire, the elders in the tribe sneered and scoffed. "Who nee... Read More

The Fear-Based Campaign to Control the Net May. 04, 2017

Veronique de Rugy

Public fear is an ally of big government. When fear sets in among the populace — often with en... Read More

End of Filibuster Not Good for Either Party Apr. 07, 2017

Linda Chavez

Back when I was a young staffer in the House of Representatives, we viewed the Senate with some disd... Read More

Trump Has Media Crying ... All the Way to the Bank Feb. 21, 2017

Froma Harrop

Donald Trump's tweet about the media's being "the enemy of the American people" was a classic distra... Read More

The President and the Courts Feb. 09, 2017

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last week, in a public courtroom in the federal courthouse in Seattle, the states of Washington and ... Read More

Congress Can't Count on the Other Branches to Protect Digital Privacy Rights Feb. 02, 2017

Veronique de Rugy

The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently shot down the latest effort by the Justice Department... Read More

Addiction in the Home Jan. 30, 2017

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: We have three children, ages 29, 27 and 23. The youngest is a fifth-year senior at a Mid... Read More

Kids Who Hate Reading and Avoiding College Talk Dec. 31, 2016

The Family Coach

Dear Family Coach: My wife and I are constantly encouraging our children, who are 7 and 11 years old... Read More

How the Political Rules Changed in 2016 Dec. 20, 2016

Michael Barone

Over the 40-some years that I have been working or closely observing the political campaign business... Read More