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The Scents of Time May. 10, 2020

My So-Called Millennial Life

With the excessive hand sanitizing that extends to clutching a Clorox wipe as I do my quick shopping... Read More

How to Get Back to Normal? Mass Coronavirus Testing May. 10, 2020

Steve Chapman

The defining characteristic of the current national mood is profound uncertainty. We don't how wides... Read More

Public School Closures May Be a Big Mistake May. 10, 2020

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — Decades from now, historians will ask themselves why most of America's governors ... Read More

Post-COVID Fashion May. 09, 2020

Katiedid Langrock

A friend of mine works in the fashion industry. She sighed as she spoke to our friends over Zoom las... Read More

Pantsless in the Fields of the Lord May. 08, 2020

Marc Dion

The first God-given right I remember losing to big government was the right to sleep whenever I felt... Read More

Behind Trump's Strategic Pivot May. 08, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

After Pearl Harbor, FDR declared that his role of "Dr. New Deal" had been superseded, replaced by hi... Read More

Don't Let Fear Destroy Our Education System May. 08, 2020

Adriana Cohen

Going to school is a core function of a civilized society. Yet, due to the coronavirus pandemic that... Read More

It's Time for Trump to Come Home to His Voters May. 08, 2020

Josh Hammer

Historians recognize some U.S. presidential elections as realignment elections — elections tha... Read More

Trump's Critics Can't Have It Both Ways May. 08, 2020

David Limbaugh

The left's position on the nation's proper response to the pandemic, though shrouded in the language... Read More

Law Professors for 'Speech Control' May. 08, 2020

Michael Barone

"In the great debate of the past two decades over freedom versus control of the network, China was l... Read More

Who Doesn't Use Cash? More People Than Ever May. 07, 2020

Froma Harrop

Last year seems a lifetime ago, but even then, cash was no longer king. The greenback had already lo... Read More

Exit Strategy -- Time for Creative Thinking May. 07, 2020

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

In March we learned about flattening the curve and social distancing (which should have been labeled... Read More

Why Fat Black Lives Must Not Really Matter May. 07, 2020

Armstrong Williams

It's a sure sign you've reached maturity in life when you stop trying to have it both ways. As an ad... Read More

A Heartfelt Message for 2020 Graduates May. 07, 2020

From the Desk of Dr. J

As the high school and college classes of 2020 are virtually celebrating their graduation, their mem... Read More

The Travel Ban That Wasn't May. 07, 2020

Joe Conason

Now that President Donald Trump has surrendered the United States to the coronavirus — without... Read More

Making the Ordinary Extraordinary May. 06, 2020

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: Just adding my opinion about coping in these difficult times. I don't want to be identif... Read More

What Are We Trying to Accomplish With Coronavirus Policy? May. 06, 2020

Ben Shapiro

As Americans debate how to reopen our society in the wake of COVID-19, we seem to be breaking down i... Read More

Alexa on Drugs May. 06, 2020


The drug and medical device database company First Databank has partnered with Amazon Alexa to allow... Read More

When Are COVID-19 Control Measures 'Arbitrary' and 'Unreasonable'? Courts So Far Have Not Been Inclined to Ask That Question May. 06, 2020

Jacob Sullum

When he rejected a legal challenge to Michigan's COVID-19 lockdown last week, Court of Claims Judge ... Read More

Ban This! No, Never Mind! May. 06, 2020

John Stossel

Recently, many politicians were in such a hurry to ban plastic bags. California and Hawaii banned t... Read More