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Persuasion, Power and Fraud Nov. 15, 2018

Laura Hollis

In a free democratic republic, public policy should be a matter of persuasion. That is, those runnin... Read More

'Making a Murderer: Part 2,' A Post-Conviction Master Class Nov. 14, 2018

Michelle Malkin

Undoing wrongful convictions takes a killer instinct. Chicago-based exoneration specialist Kathleen ... Read More

Changes the GOP Should Love Nov. 13, 2018

William Murchison

I first ran into Heracliltus, a great Grecian shedder of tears, while writing in college about the f... Read More

Nine Takeaways from the Midterms Nov. 08, 2018

Laura Hollis

The much-anticipated "most-important-midterm-election-in-our-lifetime" is over. Democrats have a nar... Read More

Trump on Strong Legal Ground to Stop Caravan Nov. 07, 2018

Betsy McCaughey

Former President Barack Obama is ridiculing President Donald Trump and other Republicans for vowing ... Read More

Brett Kavanaugh and the Politics of Emotion-Shaming Oct. 19, 2018

Ted Rall

America squandered an important national moment. Judge Brett Kavanaugh wept. On national TV. For 45 ... Read More

The Electoral College Debate Oct. 17, 2018

Walter E. Williams

Democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, seeking to represent New York's 14th Congressional Di... Read More

Declare San Francisco Critical Habitat for Grizzly Bears? Oct. 17, 2018

Terence Jeffrey

Drive through San Francisco on any given day and you are likely to see more than a few grizzly bears... Read More

The Left Threatens Abuses of Power Oct. 16, 2018

Daily Editorials

In 2005, the Supreme Court issued its landmark decision in Kelo v. New London, diminishing Americans... Read More

After Surviving Confirmation Buzz Saw, Is Kavanaugh Too Bitter to Be Objective? Oct. 12, 2018

Daily Editorials

The Supreme Court confirmation process for Justice Brett Kavanaugh has run its course. No one should... Read More

How Brett Kavanaugh Framed Himself as a Martyr to the #MeToo Movement Oct. 12, 2018

Ted Rall

Innocent until proven guilty. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell floated a lot of arguments to ... Read More

What if the President and the Senate Just Pulled a Fast One? Oct. 11, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

What if the whole purpose of an independent judiciary is to be anti-democratic? What if its job is t... Read More

If Kavanaugh Is 'Partisan,' Should We Impeach Justice RBG? Oct. 11, 2018

Larry Elder

Forcefully responding to allegations of sex assault, Judge Brett Kavanaugh said in his confirmation ... Read More

McConnell Is, Once Again, Making Up Confirmation Rules As He Goes Along Oct. 11, 2018

Daily Editorials

A welcome break from congressional Republicans' relentless hyper-partisanship has been offered by, o... Read More

Survivor Oct. 11, 2018

Susan Estrich

I walked out of an alley more than 40 years ago, determined to fight. My mother told me not to tell... Read More

Breaking the Senate Silence: Women's Voices Oct. 10, 2018

Jamie Stiehm

Exactly a month before the Nov. 6 election, the Senate confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Cour... Read More

Federal Commission Is Cracking Down on Workplace Sexual Harassers Oct. 10, 2018

Daily Editorials

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced a more than 50 percent increase in EEOC workpl... Read More

Why the Executive Branch Shouldn't Legislate: Progressives Appreciate the Separation of Powers -- Up to a Point Oct. 10, 2018

Jacob Sullum

Brett Kavanaugh, who joined the Supreme Court this week, and Neil Gorsuch, who was appointed last ye... Read More

Of Moral Messes -- and Traps Oct. 09, 2018

William Murchison

As for shaping the Brett Kavanaugh hash into a nutritious helping of moral meaning, I can suggest be... Read More

Democrats' Foul Tactics on Kavanaugh May Come Back to Bite Them Oct. 08, 2018

Michael Barone

"I can't think of a more embarrassing scandal for the United States Senate since the McCarthy hearin... Read More