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Trump Thinks He's Above the Law Oct. 11, 2019

Mona Charen

Donald Trump is testing whether he can claim immunity from the rule of law. That's the plain meaning... Read More

The Presidency and War Power Oct. 10, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Readers of this column are familiar with the concept of the separation of powers, which James Madiso... Read More

Rashida Tlaib Should Wake Up Oct. 07, 2019

Daily Editorials

It's almost too rich that the congresswoman who was a target of one of Donald Trump's most offensive... Read More

Stop Blocking Us! Oct. 02, 2019

John Stossel

I now make my living by releasing short videos on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram... Read More

Old-School House Democrats Face Primary Challenges From Progressives Across the Country Oct. 01, 2019

Salena Zito

PITTSBURGH — Jerry Dickinson is the Democrats' perfect House candidate — and not just on... Read More

Brazen Acts of Corruption Sep. 26, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last week, media outlets reported the existence of a whistleblower complaint filed with the inspecto... Read More

Congress Should Pass USMCA Trade Pact Sep. 26, 2019

Daily Editorials

Before Congress gets entangled in a battle over impeaching President Donald Trump, it should move to... Read More

Will Congress Have to Learn to Write Laws Again? Sep. 20, 2019

Michael Barone

Congress needs to learn to do a better job of writing laws. That's my conclusion after reviewing the... Read More

Pope Calls Out Foreign Aid Farce Sep. 11, 2019

Betsy McCaughey

Year after year, Congress votes to spend tens of billions of dollars on foreign aid. It's money down... Read More

Trump Again Coddles Kremlin by Threatening to Withhold Ukraine Aid Sep. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

President Donald Trump may withhold $250 million in military aid to Ukraine, money meant to confront... Read More

Joe Kennedy for Senate. Not. Aug. 31, 2019

Susan Estrich

Ed Markey, the progressive senator from Massachusetts, is — to most people's surprise — ... Read More

The Left Can't Stop Lying About the Tea Party Aug. 30, 2019

David Harsanyi

"In the late summer of 2009, as the recession-ravaged economy bled half a million jobs a month, the ... Read More

Beginning of US Slavery Aug. 28, 2019

Walter E. Williams

The New York Times has begun a major initiative, the "1619 Project," to observe the 400th anniversar... Read More

A Truly Populist Social Security Reform Aug. 22, 2019

Veronique de Rugy

The U.S. government's debt — that is, our and our children's debt as taxpayers — is grow... Read More

The Media's Intersectional Embrace of Anti-Semitism Aug. 21, 2019

Ben Shapiro

Imagine two sitting Republican Congresspeople planned a trip to a foreign country in conjunction wit... Read More

Wanted: Leaders to Tackle Mass Shooting Epidemic Aug. 10, 2019

Diane Dimond

After the recent horror of multiple mass shootings — at a garlic festival in California; a Wal... Read More

Federal Criminal Justice Reform Takes a Big First Step Forward Jul. 26, 2019

Daily Editorials

Within hours after the First Step Act went into effect last Friday, 3,100 inmates qualified for rele... Read More

Trump Might Excuse a Murder to Advance a Big Arms Sale, but Congress Must Not Jul. 26, 2019

Daily Editorials

Ignoring strong objections from his fellow Republicans, President Donald Trump has vetoed a bipartis... Read More

Once Again, Uncle Sam Shirks Fiscal Responsibility in Budget Deal Jul. 25, 2019

Veronique de Rugy

This year, the deficit will end up being the fourth highest in U.S. history. It's gigantic, and it w... Read More

Trump and Pelosi Team Up for Bigger Government, Deeper Debt Jul. 25, 2019

Daily Editorials

There is one interest that almost all elected officials in Washington, D.C., share. It does not matt... Read More