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Lucky Once More: America Finds Itself a Leader Feb. 23, 2021

Jeff Robbins

At moments of historic national crisis, America has had a knack for getting lucky. The first month o... Read More

Painting Parallels of Presidents' Civil Wars Feb. 17, 2021

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — Some Presidents Day: icy with a bitter blow in the wind. I'm telling myself the ... Read More

A More Perfect and Lasting Union Jan. 21, 2021

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

It was a long 2020. It featured a pandemic, politics and economic hardships. Many of us are tired of... Read More

A More Perfect and Lasting Union Jan. 21, 2021

Daily Editorials

It was a long 2020. It featured a pandemic, politics and economic hardships. Many of us are tired of... Read More

The Time for Healing Is After the Cancer of Trumpism Has Been Removed Jan. 17, 2021

Steve Chapman

Emotions were raw during Wednesday's House impeachment debate, but Republicans were in a conciliator... Read More

Is Truth Irrelevant? Jan. 11, 2021

Thomas Sowell

It is amazing how many people seem to have discovered last Wednesday that riots are wrong — wh... Read More

Giving Thanks Nov. 26, 2020

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

This has been the strangest year that I can remember. We are isolated, discouraged and exhausted. We... Read More

The Bitter With the Sweet, Served at Thanksgiving Nov. 25, 2020

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — Roses in the wind, waving before winter's cold comes. They signify our bitterswee... Read More

The Worst of Times, the Best of Times Nov. 04, 2020

Jim Hightower

Many years ago, literary critic Dorothy Parker skewered an unfortunate author with her sharp wit: "T... Read More

The Closing Argument for the American Regime Oct. 30, 2020

Josh Hammer

A remarkable percentage of Americans have already voted early in this critical election, pitting aga... Read More

I Cannot Believe the Things I Have Been Reading in the Preelection Media Oct. 24, 2020

Luis Martínez-Fernández

The closer to Election Day, the more disturbing the news and the hateful, partisan messages appearin... Read More

Painfully Public and Publicly Painful Oct. 10, 2020

Mark Shields

When I was a younger man — shortly after the cooling of the Earth — I worked in and mana... Read More

Save Emancipation Monument, Save American Ideals Jul. 15, 2020

Star Parker

The debate now surrounding the Emancipation Monument that stands in Lincoln Park in Washington, D.C.... Read More

Statues Face a Hard Look Jul. 15, 2020

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — Statues are all the rage as the house of American history came under fire from st... Read More

Trump Uses Independence Day to Promote His Campaign to Divide America Jul. 08, 2020

Daily Editorials

It's hard to decide what was most appalling about President Donald Trump's two speeches over the Ind... Read More

Lincoln Statues Must Go. Margaret Sanger Stays? Jul. 03, 2020

Tim Graham

Levar Stoney, the black Democratic mayor of Richmond, Virginia, made the executive decision to remov... Read More

A History Belle's Pick of Presidents Feb. 19, 2020

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — So, here we are on Presidents Day in Washington, the city hushed on the holiday. ... Read More

Opportune Moon Feb. 12, 2020

Horoscopes by Holiday

When you're gracious enough to work around a difficult person — to tolerate quirks, skip over ... Read More

Year Ends on Hard Note for Trump and Press Jan. 01, 2020

Jamie Stiehm

Hard rain's falling here in Washington as 2019 ends and the Newseum is closing to underline the drea... Read More

Taking a Stand Against Hate Oct. 18, 2019

Daily Editorials

Back in August, after back-to-back mass shootings in Texas and Ohio, Florida Senate President Bill G... Read More