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Sports Betting Will Complete the Gambling Revolution May. 17, 2018

Steve Chapman

We think of revolutions as sudden, spectacular events, much like earthquakes or erupting volcanoes t... 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

Before and After Welfare Handouts May. 09, 2018

Walter E. Williams

Before the massive growth of our welfare state, private charity was the sole option for an individua... Read More

The Iranian Deal Is Still a Good Bargain May. 03, 2018

Steve Chapman

The case against the nuclear deal with Iran is reminiscent of what Woody Allen once said: "Life is f... Read More

Government Spending in Layman's Terms May. 02, 2018

Taking Stock

Dear Mr. Berko: My wife and I have two questions. Could you please tell us the difference between en... Read More

Educational Fraud Continues Apr. 25, 2018

Walter E. Williams

Earlier this month, the 2017 National Assessment of Educational Progress, aka The Nation's Report Ca... Read More

Why Trump Shouldn't Attack Syria Apr. 15, 2018

Steve Chapman

When it comes to foreign affairs, the American public has two clear and powerful inclinations. The f... Read More

Paul Ryan -- Still an Entitlements Reform Crusader? Apr. 13, 2018

David Limbaugh

Concerning Paul Ryan's decision to leave Congress, I am more troubled by its implications for entitl... Read More

Republicans and Patriotism Apr. 07, 2018

Mark Shields

The election night words of the long-shot Republican candidate after his upset victory remain with m... Read More

Trump's Tit-for-Tat Trade Policy Could Leave the Economy in Tatters Apr. 05, 2018

Veronique de Rugy

President Donald Trump claimed in a tweet that "trade wars are good, and easy to win." Unfortunately... Read More

Our Time-Tested Parties Aren't About to Fall Apart Mar. 30, 2018

Michael Barone

Some days, the Republican Party seems on the verge of splitting up. Its congressional majorities cou... Read More

Hope for the Dead Mar. 29, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

What is the connection between personal freedom and rising from the dead? When America was in its in... Read More

The Spending Bill Brings Us Closer to National Bankruptcy Mar. 29, 2018

Steve Chapman

Someday, elderly Americans will reminisce about the days when the federal budget was in surplus, and... Read More

Welcome, John Bolton Mar. 23, 2018

Dick Morris

Now, we are getting somewhere! President Trump's decision to replace General H.R. McMaster with form... Read More

Capital Idea: Seize the Oligarchs' Manhattan Penthouses Mar. 20, 2018

Froma Harrop

The poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in the English countryside has roused Britons to two truths: Vladi... Read More

Luck of the Irish Mar. 16, 2018

Linda Chavez

Green has never been my favorite color, but I happily wore it each March 17 growing up. Attending Ca... Read More

Secret Ballot Mar. 12, 2018

Marc Dion

Here's a little story from the 1960s. My parents were ordinary working people. They went to Mass eve... Read More

Trump's North Korea Gambit Could Be a Big Deal, for Good or Ill Mar. 11, 2018

Steve Chapman

It's not Richard Nixon's opening to China. It's not Neville Chamberlain's journey to Munich. But Pre... Read More

Trump on Trade: Better Than Smoot-Hawley? Mar. 09, 2018

Michael Barone

Donald Trump's announcement that he is imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from other cou... Read More

Are We Losing Mexico? And Canada? Mar. 01, 2018

Froma Harrop

The United States under President Trump has been retreating from leadership roles in Asia and Europe... Read More