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Paris Burned; What Can We Learn? Dec. 06, 2018

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

While French President Emmanuel Macron was in Buenos Aires for the G-20 meeting, thousands of French... Read More

Stop Spending Money We Don't Have Nov. 28, 2018

Daily Editorials

It's not fun to talk about fiscal responsibility, but it's becoming a mathematical necessity. In 200... Read More

The Meaning of Thanksgiving Nov. 23, 2018

Linda Chavez

Thanksgiving weekend should be about more than Black Friday sales, leftover turkey sandwiches and fo... Read More

If Trump Is 'Racist,' He Needs to Go Back to Racism School Nov. 15, 2018

Larry Elder

Abraham Lincoln, when informed that General Ulysses S. Grant was a drunk, famously asked Grant's acc... Read More

The Truth About the Trump Economy Nov. 04, 2018

Steve Chapman

Donald Trump and his legions are not tightly tethered to factual reality, but they are willing to gr... Read More

Thinking Broadly About Parental Leave Policy Oct. 04, 2018

Veronique de Rugy

In recent months, a vocal group of conservatives has joined with Democrats in arguing that it's time... Read More

Boston University's Fake-O-Nomics Darling Jul. 18, 2018

Michelle Malkin

It costs a pretty penny to earn a diploma in stupid. The annual list price to attend Boston Universi... Read More

Trump Will Win Again Jun. 18, 2018

Marc Dion

If nothing goes really wrong, President Donald J. Trump can win re-election. This is particularly tr... Read More

Draining the Food Stamp Swamp May. 09, 2018

Star Parker

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is high on the Republican list of programs targeted fo... Read More

What's Happening to Our Young Men? Mar. 14, 2018

Star Parker

Writing last week about the opioid crisis, I suggested that, as we consider policy options for deali... Read More

The Trump Economy Is No Great Success Jan. 28, 2018

Steve Chapman

Amid all the uncertainty about Donald Trump's presidency, his admirers are sure of one thing: The ec... Read More

Unemployment Kills Romance Jan. 20, 2018

Tales From the Front

We recently heard from Angela, whose relationship with Kyle was going bust. He'd been laid off, but ... Read More

Whom Do We Thank for Today's Strong Economy? Dec. 12, 2017

Froma Harrop

A president deserves partial credit for a strong economy. The current economic numbers are good, so ... Read More

Retiring During a Civil War Jun. 26, 2017

Marc Dion

My parents were good working-class Americans, so they taught me to be scared and ashamed. They taugh... Read More

Why Trump Won't Bring Jobs Dec. 05, 2016

Joe Conason

Within a day after Donald Trump's triumphal visit to Indiana, where he claimed credit for "saving" 8... Read More

Want a Job? Nov. 24, 2016

Positive Aging

Do you remember the days when everyone seemed to retire on or before that ominous 65th birthday? Wel... Read More

The New Non-Working Class Oct. 07, 2016

Mona Charen

"He that will not work shall not eat (except by sickness he be disabled). For the labors of 30 or 40... Read More

Labor Force and Diamonds Sep. 28, 2016

Taking Stock

Dear Mr. Berko: Recently, I've been hearing the term "labor force participation rate" on most of the... Read More

The Love of Labor Sep. 01, 2016

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

While many of us consider work to be a four-letter word, we all know that work can be fun and exhila... Read More

Tell Politicians 'All Jobs Matter' Aug. 24, 2016

Daily Editorials

Hillary Clinton supports workers. Some of them, at least. Clinton favors increasing the minimum wage... Read More