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The House of Democracy Falls Silent May. 20, 2020

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — I went to the House to hear the noise of democracy. It might be my last chance. A... Read More

Lawmakers' Suspicious Stock Trades Undermine Public Trust in Congress May. 14, 2020

Daily Editorials

Dozens of members of Congress have bought and sold stocks hundreds of times throughout the coronavir... Read More

Trumpian Oversight on Parade as Small Businesses Aid Instead Goes to Fat Cats Apr. 24, 2020

Daily Editorials

Hundreds of millions of dollars in emergency funds that Congress specifically designated for the sur... Read More

Schiff and the Dems Hit a New Low Apr. 10, 2020

Adriana Cohen

While the president and his administration are working tirelessly to get critical medical supplies a... Read More

Hope for the Dead at Easter Apr. 09, 2020

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

That God, which ever lives and loves, One God, one law, one element, And one far-off divine event, T... Read More

Time for Congress to Adapt to This Emergency and Enable Remote Legislating Apr. 07, 2020

Daily Editorials

The attacks of 9/11 gave Congress what should have been a wake-up call about the necessity of enabli... Read More

Relief Welcome, But Cut Other Spending Mar. 27, 2020

Daily Editorials

Congress and the Trump administration must act swiftly to send a lifeline to citizens and an economy... Read More

A Much-Needed Rescue Package to Halt America's Economic Slide Mar. 26, 2020

Daily Editorials

The $2 trillion bipartisan rescue deal worked out by Senate leaders and the Trump administration ear... Read More

Using Crisis to Undermine Constitutional Rights Is The Worst Kind of Gouging Mar. 25, 2020

Daily Editorials

Attorney General William Barr, who serves an authoritarian-minded president, is seeking to have defe... Read More

Suspicious Stock Sales by Members of Congress Might Warrant Prosecution Mar. 24, 2020

Daily Editorials

America's political leaders were slow to protect the nation from the coronavirus pandemic, but it se... Read More

Can America Successfully Navigate the Coronavirus Crisis? Mar. 13, 2020

Neil Patel

One of the first rules of weathering a crisis is to remain calm. Freaking out never helps. It's not ... Read More

Panic, If You Must, And Then Pivot Mar. 12, 2020

Connie Schultz

When is the last time someone told you to calm down, and it worked? I'm not seeing a lot of raised h... Read More

Rights Versus Wishes Mar. 11, 2020

Walter E. Williams

Sen. Bernie Sanders said: "I believe that health care is a right of all people." He's not alone in t... Read More

FISA Judicial Reform a Must Feb. 28, 2020

Adriana Cohen

Not a single member of Congress should reauthorize the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act program... Read More

What Part of 'No' Don't You Understand? Feb. 26, 2020

Classic Zig Ziglar

The question being repeatedly raised in America is "just what did the First Amendment say about the ... Read More

Facial-Recognition Software Takes Personal Invasion Into a New Dimension Feb. 19, 2020

Daily Editorials

U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren plans a sixth campaign stop in Colorado. She's trying to save her flounde... Read More

A Start-Over Job for the ERA Feb. 18, 2020

William Murchison

One immense reason for our present political entanglements — would it be OK to say "messes"? &... Read More

We've Cut Too Deep Feb. 10, 2020

Marc Dion

"Same knife cut the sheep cut the goat" —Cajun singer Horace Trahan, from the song of the same... Read More

Why Impeachment Failed Feb. 07, 2020

David Harsanyi

It's comforting, no doubt, to believe that Donald Trump has survived the impeachment trial because h... Read More

Acquitted But Not Exonerated Feb. 06, 2020

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential... Read More