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Missing Kate O'Beirne Apr. 29, 2017

Mark Shields

My adopted hometown of Washington has been accused, not always unfairly, of being a city full of sch... Read More

One (Restrained) Cheer for Washington Apr. 15, 2017

Mark Shields

We've all heard the tiresome and discouraging refrain: Washington, our beautiful capital city, is br... Read More

Undermining Academic Achievement Mar. 01, 2017

Walter E. Williams

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said in a statement, "The president's decision to ask Bets... Read More

The President and the Courts Feb. 09, 2017

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last week, in a public courtroom in the federal courthouse in Seattle, the states of Washington and ... Read More

2017: The Year Conservative Protests Are News Feb. 01, 2017

L. Brent Bozell

It shouldn't be considered remarkable that all three major broadcast networks offered a news story o... Read More

A Different Kind of Journalism Jan. 01, 2017

Debra J. Saunders

There is standard progression in the world where journalism and politics intersect. After years of r... Read More

The Tsunami the Media Never Saw Coming Nov. 22, 2016

Bernard Goldberg

I'm going to take a wild guess and say that nobody in what passes for the mainstream media saw the t... Read More

If Trump Wins, Buy the Dip. If Clinton Wins, Sell the Rally Nov. 08, 2016

Lawrence Kudlow

The wisdom on Wall Street is that Hillary Clinton is the safe choice. She's the certainty candidate ... Read More

Washington's War Against Your Air Conditioner Oct. 19, 2016

Terence Jeffrey

Between now and when they face their final judgment, Barack Obama and John Kerry will never be force... Read More

Dunbar High School After 100 Years Oct. 04, 2016

Thomas Sowell

One hundred years ago, on October 2, 1916, a new public high school building for black youngsters wa... Read More

Notes From a Jumpy One-Horse Town on the Race Sep. 30, 2016

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — Whoa, Nellie! This one-horse town is as jumpy and jittery as I've ever seen it. E... Read More

What We Learn from Black History Sep. 28, 2016

Star Parker

As the doors swung open last week to the nation's new Museum of African American History and Culture... Read More

Waiting for a Beautiful New Bronze Museum to Lift Us Up Sep. 23, 2016

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — Here we were wishing for something good, to rise above the campaign fray. And the... Read More

Waking Up From Minimum Wage Fairy Tales Sep. 07, 2016

Star Parker

The minimum wage persists as a fixture in public policy discussions because the idea remains popular... Read More

Money Going to Washington Jun. 15, 2016

Walter E. Williams

According to a New York Post article (May 22, 2016), in just two years, Hillary Clinton — form... Read More

The Tragic Deterioration of Washington's Great Society Subway Apr. 12, 2016

Michael Barone

If you live any distance beyond the Capital Beltway you probably didn't notice, but an important par... Read More

A Political Heart to Heart: Hillary and Bernie Apr. 01, 2016

Jamie Stiehm

Washington — Under the cherry blossoms that hang on the bough, a woman and a man are taking a ... Read More

How the West Was Shunned in Primary Politics Mar. 17, 2016

Froma Harrop

There's a not-insignificant part of the United States known as the West Coast. It includes such prom... Read More

Obamacare's Tax-Time Torment Mar. 16, 2016

Michelle Malkin

"Where is my 1095-A? This is what it must be like dealing with a government agency in a third world ... Read More

Breaking the Code of Independence: A Spinster's Rich Life Mar. 04, 2016

Jamie Stiehm

The tiny red country cottage in Georgetown, Washington's oldest and toniest neighborhood, belonged t... Read More