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Stopping the Campusfication of American Life Apr. 19, 2019

Michael Barone

Many people, years after they graduate from high school and college, have nightmares about taking ex... Read More

Questions for Chase (Away) Bank Apr. 17, 2019

Michelle Malkin

I have been a Chase Bank customer for years. Who knows how much longer it'll be? Will the company's ... Read More

Android Rage Apr. 16, 2019

The Science Advice Goddess

I'm so tired of these supposed magician multitaskers on their cellphones. The guy I'm dating and so... Read More

Short Takes on Overly Aggressive Eating and Vacuuming Apr. 15, 2019

Daily Editorials

Hold Your Fire Law enforcers deserve credit for exercising restraint under extreme duress as they re... Read More

The Dictionary Adds 'White Fragility' Apr. 12, 2019

L. Brent Bozell

One of strangest developments in today's internet culture is how website dictionaries, which one mig... Read More

Bird Beaks and Lunar Conjunctions Apr. 06, 2019

Horoscopes by Holiday

The bird's beak is shaped to fit the food it eats. The hummingbird has a dainty dipper suited to hol... Read More

They Were on a Break Mar. 29, 2019

Tales From the Front

Sarah and Mark were engaged when she was "a very young 19." "I truly loved him, but few months prior... Read More

Mug Shots Live on -- Even for the Not Guilty Mar. 23, 2019

Diane Dimond

When the suspect of the Christchurch, New Zealand, mass shooting was led into a courtroom, photograp... Read More

Lyricism Lost in the Mourning of a Massacre Mar. 22, 2019

Suzanne Fields

The good news is that the technological revolution and social media have produced the swiftest and t... Read More

When Anti-Semitism Is Reduced to Bitter Farce Mar. 15, 2019

Suzanne Fields

Politics has always exploited the pop culture to reach "the people," but in our identity-conscious t... Read More

Doubts Mar. 08, 2019

Erick Erickson

I always hesitate to write about personal matters because I get emails and texts from friends and fa... Read More

I've Been Silicon Valley Sharia'd Feb. 27, 2019

Michelle Malkin

Last week, the little birdies in Twitter's legal department notified me that one of my tweets from 2... Read More

The Attention Trap: Why We Suffer in the Social Media Economy Feb. 21, 2019

Armstrong Williams

By now, many people are aware of the fascinating experiment conducted by Microsoft to track and inte... Read More

Beware of the High-Tech Hustle Feb. 01, 2019

Suzanne Fields

The culture pendulum swings inevitably and inexorably, and its wide arc often surprises us. Labels a... Read More

Bigger Threat: Russian Social Media or Mexican Drug Cartels? Jan. 30, 2019

Terence Jeffrey

Which is a greater threat to the United States? A shipment of heroin smuggled across the Mexican bor... Read More

Does the Media Deserve to Be Respected and Believed? Jan. 25, 2019

Michael Barone

Is it true that Donald Trump's bad habits are contagious? Is it true that his Democratic opponents a... Read More

Give the Covington Kids a Break Jan. 24, 2019

Steve Chapman

In my youth, I had all the makings of a future Donald Trump supporter. I grew up in Texas, attended ... Read More

Anti-Social Media Jan. 24, 2019

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

This past weekend, Twitter was on fire about an event near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. After... Read More

Meet the Heretics: Not Every Liberal has Trump Derangement Syndrome Jan. 24, 2019

Larry Elder

Regular viewers of ABC, NBC and CBS evening newscasts could be forgiven it they believe every libe... Read More

The Media's BuzzFeed and Covington Disasters Jan. 23, 2019

L. Brent Bozell

The last few days have been absolutely terrible for the reputation of the badly named "mainstream me... Read More