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The Glass Eyes In George Floyd's Head Apr. 23, 2021

Marc Dion

George Floyd was a felonious black junkie with a white girlfriend. He was mountainous to see, and cr... Read More

Floyd Trial's Truth: Notes From a Baltimore Jail Apr. 21, 2021

Jamie Stiehm

The jury is in. They spoke swiftly and clearly: guilty on all counts. At the Capitol, Rep. Hakeem Je... Read More

Had Obama Not Played the Race Card, George Floyd Might Be Alive Apr. 08, 2021

Larry Elder

George Floyd might be alive had former President Barack Obama not, for eight years, consistently pla... Read More

Decisions, Decisions, Death Apr. 02, 2021

Marc Dion

While we watch, frozen in ice cubes of ideology, the trial of ex-police office Derek Chauvin proceed... Read More

Disgusting Professorial Teachings Oct. 21, 2020

Walter E. Williams

The ugliness that we have recently witnessed including rioting, billions of dollars of property dest... Read More

The Toddler Toddled Off; the Mom Ended Up in Handcuffs Sep. 24, 2020

Lenore Skenazy

Vanessa Peoples was at a family picnic in Aurora, Colorado, when her toddler wandered off. She notic... Read More

Lazy Cops Entrap Guys Online Instead of Finding Actual Child Rapists Sep. 10, 2020

Lenore Skenazy

Want to save kids from rape and molestation? Me, too. Unfortunately, instead of going after actual s... Read More

Don't Worry. You're Going to Have Plenty of Cops Jul. 17, 2020

Marc Dion

Most Americans don't live downtown, and they don't live in the country, either. They live in the sub... Read More

Personal Liberty Squeezed in a Vise Jul. 09, 2020

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last week, this column addressed the expectation of revolution and the exhilaration of freedom that ... Read More

How Police and Prisons Blocked Black Progress Jul. 09, 2020

Steve Chapman

Thirty years ago, African Americans were on a trajectory toward equality with whites. Civil rights l... Read More

Qualified Immunity Is a Test for Conservatives: The Judicially Invented License for Police Abuse Undermines the Rule of Law and the Separation of Powers Jul. 08, 2020

Jacob Sullum

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin faces murder and manslaughter charges for kneeling o... Read More

Abolish the Cops. Abolish the Prisons. What Next? Jun. 26, 2020

Tim Graham

Radicalism in America's largest cities seems impervious to reason. Consider this headline in the Min... Read More

Trump a Voice of Reason on Police Reform Jun. 21, 2020

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump was the voice of reason in Washington Tuesday as D.C. Demo... Read More


Lynda Hirsch on Television

They are back. A masked Don Diamont (Bill, "The Bold and the Beautiful") posted a photo of himself w... Read More

June 17, 2020 Jun. 17, 2020

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: A couple of years ago, my husband and I introduced ourselves to our new neighbor. We hel... Read More

Bad Cops -- Bad Unions Jun. 17, 2020

John Stossel

For my internet video this week, my staff showed me clips of violent cops. It's not just Derek ... Read More

Racially Skewed Policing Is Not a Statistical Mirage: One Need Not Believe Every Cop Is a Bigot to Recognize That the Problem Goes Beyond a Few 'Bad Apples' Jun. 17, 2020

Jacob Sullum

Many conservatives condemn the excessive force that killed George Floyd but reject the notion that s... Read More

When Cops Are Their Own Worst Enemies Jun. 14, 2020

Steve Chapman

You may have seen it: a black and white American flag with one stripe highlighted in blue. The Thin ... Read More

Joe Biden, Trapped in the Middle Jun. 11, 2020

Steve Chapman

Poor Joe Biden. On one side, he is being pressed by progressives who are rallying behind the slogan,... Read More

Maybe Cops Should Be 'Pulling Back': Abolishing Qualified Immunity Is a Crucial Step in Holding Police Accountable for Violating Our Rights Jun. 10, 2020

Jacob Sullum

Attorney General William Barr worries that making it easier to sue cops for abusing their powers "wo... Read More