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To Sleep, Perchance to Steam Aug. 09, 2018

Work Daze

These days, it's difficult to find heroes. Outside of thee and me, of course. That's why a recent J... Read More

The State of the American Worker -- Never Better Jun. 26, 2018

Stephen Moore

Last week, I testified before the House Committee on Education and the Workforce on the state of the... Read More

50 Years of White What-ifs Apr. 04, 2018

Connie Schultz

America's white working class has never had a champion more eloquent than the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther... Read More

Telling the Truth on Tariffs Mar. 15, 2018

Veronique de Rugy

It was frustrating and depressing to watch President Donald Trump recently announce misguided import... Read More

Uncle Sam Continues to Stick His Head in the Sand on Entitlements Mar. 08, 2018

Veronique de Rugy

Social Security and Medicare are the two biggest programs driving the growth of our debt. What's mor... Read More

The Out-of-Touch Party Jan. 19, 2018

Adriana Cohen

Democrats are out of touch. They made that abundantly clear when every liberal lawmaker rejected the... Read More

Governing While 'Unhinged' Jan. 12, 2018

Adriana Cohen

Restoring the American dream isn't nuts, and neither is our president. Someone tell that to liberals... Read More

Shutting Out Foreign Workers Would Cost American Jobs Aug. 10, 2017

Steve Chapman

Donald Trump is a businessman who has routinely hired foreign guest workers to staff his Mar-a-Lago ... Read More

Old and in the Way Aug. 10, 2017

Work Daze

There's nothing wrong with getting old. Except for the wrinkled skin, the sagging flesh, the aching ... Read More

For Women, What Comes Next? Mar. 08, 2017

Connie Schultz

International Women's Day is a once-a-year acknowledgment of what women do every day of the year, wh... Read More

Don't Overlook Trump's Immigration Announcement Mar. 03, 2017

Linda Chavez

In the Trump era, good news rarely lasts a full 24-hour news cycle. The president's well-received Tu... Read More

Collateral Damage From an Ill-Advised Executive Order Feb. 09, 2017

Veronique de Rugy

President Donald Trump is unhappy that a federal judge put the kibosh, at least temporarily, on his ... Read More

Minimum Wage and Discrimination Feb. 08, 2017

Walter E. Williams

There is little question in most academic research that increases in the minimum wage lead to increa... Read More

Immigration Is About to Get a Lot More Complicated Jan. 31, 2017

This Woman's Work

If you're looking to live or work in a foreign country, you may have to stand in a long line for leg... Read More

Overtime Rule Faces Messy Derailment Nov. 30, 2016

Daily Editorials

The Obama administration's rule expanding overtime pay eligibility for an estimated 4.2 million Amer... Read More

Robin Hood Economics Falls Flat in Debates Oct. 07, 2016

Michael Barone

Robin Hood is dead. Or at least seriously ailing. The politics of taking from the rich and giving to... Read More

Trump, Who Needed to Be an 11, Was Barely a 4 Sep. 28, 2016

Roger Simon

Donald Trump knows how to work a Republican room. Give him that. Give him a gym packed full of yahoo... Read More

In Manufacturing, Americans Are Back in Action Jul. 07, 2016

Froma Harrop

Reports of NASA's Juno spacecraft's entering the orbit around Jupiter lit a sparkler in this America... Read More

Why Don't Politicians Tell the Truth About Social Security? Jul. 06, 2016

Star Parker

The boards of trustees of our Social Security and Medicare programs just issued their annual report,... Read More

Apple, Wal-Mart and Workers Jun. 22, 2016

Taking Stock

Dear Mr. Berko: Since getting out of college in 2013, I've been working at Wal-Mart in Florida, maki... Read More