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Teachers Unions Fail Science Jan. 13, 2021

John Stossel

Is your child's school open now? Probably not — because teachers unions say that reopening wou... Read More

At Least Consider a GED Jan. 12, 2021

'Tween 12 & 20

DR. WALLACE: Now that COVID-19 has ruined my junior year in high school, I'm seriously considering l... 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

Finding a New Way to Look at the New Year Jan. 08, 2021

C Force

This is not a piece about New Year's resolutions. It seems too raw and unpredictable a moment for th... Read More

End the Deadly Vaccine Delays Jan. 06, 2021

Betsy McCaughey

If you live in Florida or Texas and you're 65 or over, you can get in line for a COVID-19 vaccine at... Read More

Coronavirus for Dummies Jan. 05, 2021

Stephen Moore

We are now almost one year from the dark days when the coronavirus first hit these shores. Why are t... Read More

Our Hopes for a Post-COVID 2021 Jan. 04, 2021

Daily Editorials

Even in hindsight, the year we thought would never end still seems like the longest in memory. But r... Read More

Another Stimulus: Better Late Than Never Jan. 01, 2021

Daily Editorials

According to a recent study by the Aspen Institute, up to 40 million Americans faced eviction toward... Read More

The Pandemic Is a National Test that We Failed Dec. 31, 2020

Steve Chapman

Over the past century, there have been times when Americans showed they can unite to overcome formid... Read More

We Are Not Helpless Dec. 31, 2020

Connie Schultz

This is a tightrope column, the kind you'd rather not write, about an event you don't feel you can i... Read More

Trump's Acquittal in Early 2020 Set the Stage for America's Lousiest Year Dec. 31, 2020

Daily Editorials

If there was a single day in 2020 that set the course for the worst year in modern memory in America... Read More

A Hard-Fought Stimulus Package Is Imperiled by an Election-Bruised President Dec. 28, 2020

Daily Editorials

The entire reason Congress sent a $900 billion coronavirus relief package to President Donald Trump,... Read More

Life in Los Angeles Dec. 26, 2020

Susan Estrich

Los Angeles is on the verge of becoming the world's biggest COVID hot spot in the world. "The epicen... Read More

It Can't Get Any Worse Than 2020. Here's a 2021 Political Wish List. Dec. 25, 2020

Josh Hammer

At long last, 2020 is about to end. This year, one unlike any other in my lifetime, was uniquely ter... Read More

Support Democracy by Giving Joe Biden a Chance Dec. 25, 2020

Daily Editorials

The election is over, the votes have been tallied, and, like it or not, the Electoral College has ce... Read More

COVID-19 Is Only Part of the Problem Dec. 24, 2020

At Work

Facts surrounding a given situation form evidence, and evidence can simplify life. But who collects ... Read More

On a Long, Dark Night, Congress Caught Doing Something Right Dec. 23, 2020

Jamie Stiehm

They say the personal is political. The political is also personal. Spending hours under the Capito... Read More

With Income Gaps Widening and the Virus Raging, It's Time To Talk Wealth Tax Dec. 22, 2020

Daily Editorials

Here's an interesting bit of coronavirus math: America's billionaires today could give $3,000 apiece... Read More

Year-End Tax Planning: Part 2 of 2 Dec. 22, 2020

Succeeding in Your Business

When it comes to tax planning this year, there is good news and bad news. The good news: If your sma... Read More