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Reworking the Language of Women Jun. 13, 2019

Connie Schultz

Earlier today, I was talking to a friend I've known for more than two decades when, twice, she prefa... Read More

What Happened to the Freedom of Speech? May. 30, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

"Congress shall make no law... abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press..." — First Am... Read More

Pushing Speech Therapy Without Pushing Daughter Away May. 26, 2019

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: Our dear grandson is 5. He's bright, energetic, kind and wonderful. He speaks with a sli... Read More

Trump's Plan to Make the National Mall Celebration All About Him Must Be Stopped. May. 17, 2019

Daily Editorials

President Donald Trump is threatening to turn one of America's most sacrosanct modern traditions ... Read More

FDR's Prose Crackled with Clarity May. 08, 2019

The Word Guy

Jill Lepore's new book "These Truths," a delightfully quirky and informative romp through U.S. histo... Read More

You Can't Say That on Twitter Feb. 15, 2019

Mona Charen

She tweeted that "men are not women," and for that, Meghan Murphy, feminist journalist, was banned f... Read More

Trump Has Accomplished Much in 2 Years Feb. 08, 2019

Adriana Cohen

Don't let Democrats fool you; the state of the union is strong. If you watched President Donald Trum... Read More

Grand Canyon University's Disgraceful Cancellation Feb. 08, 2019

David Limbaugh

It's disturbing that Grand Canyon University canceled a speaking event on its campus by Ben Shapiro ... Read More

This 'Calling Card' Hasn't Expired Jan. 09, 2019

The Word Guy

When a TV weather forecaster described a November blast of cold air as "winter's calling card," I wo... Read More

Words That Go Bump in the Night Dec. 26, 2018

The Word Guy

As a young graduate student, I once took a flight to Minneapolis that left LaGuardia Airport in New ... Read More

What Are the Rules for 'Fewer' and 'Less'? Dec. 19, 2018

The Word Guy

My seventh-grade English teacher, Mrs. Morris, was a formidable and forthright woman. And when it ca... Read More

Political Potshots Have Always Packed Punch Dec. 05, 2018

The Word Guy

If you think today's political insults are nasty, consider these mud bombs hurled at Presidents Ulys... Read More

Linguistic Disputes Can Pack a Punch Nov. 14, 2018

The Word Guy

Heated controversies over proper usage can lead to food fights at faculty clubs and fisticuffs on co... Read More

Obama Reminds Us Why Trump Is President Sep. 14, 2018

David Harsanyi

"How hard can that be? Saying that Nazis are bad," former President Barack Obama asked a crowd in Il... Read More

King's Dream Still Relevant Today Aug. 22, 2018

Star Parker

We are approaching the 55th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream" spee... Read More

Zuckerberg Hearings Should Be Just the Beginning Apr. 13, 2018

Adriana Cohen

Forget Russian bots and inconsequential Facebook ads that didn't affect the outcome of the 2016 pres... Read More

False Humility Is Better Than None at All Feb. 03, 2018

Mark Shields

Thanks to the reliable American Presidency Project at the University of California, Santa Barbara, w... Read More

Normal Speech Dec. 16, 2017

Mark Shields

Contrary to what my beloved junior high coach taught us, defeat does not build character. However, d... Read More

Hate Speech and Academic Freedom Dec. 05, 2017

Bernard Goldberg

In 2014, a Rutgers University professor wrote that "white privilege kills." She meant it literally. ... Read More

When the Cheap and Dirty Loses Its Punch Nov. 17, 2017

Suzanne Fields

In the high-tech world of social media, where the fake news thrives with the real, we've become a na... Read More