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Who Will Keep Our Liberties Safe? Mar. 25, 2021

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

What if liberty and democracy are opposites? What if the principle underlying liberty is to restrain... Read More

Is Biden Boring? Mar. 25, 2021

Susan Estrich

He has been in office for just two months. In that time, he has gotten a $1.9 trillion bill through ... Read More

Avoid Snacking on Linguistic Bonbons Mar. 24, 2021

The Word Guy

We all have our nasty little habits: binge-eating potato chips, chomping on gum and reading columns ... Read More

Woman Interrupted Mar. 23, 2021

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: I have been with my husband for 21 years, and we have been married for 15 years. I truly... Read More

Congress Uses COVID-19 As a Cover for an Epidemic of Fiscal Recklessness: Legislators View the Disease As a License to Spend Like There's No Tomorrow Mar. 22, 2021

Daily Editorials

The "recovery rebates" that Americans began receiving this week supposedly have something to do with... Read More

Shifting Gears to Reengage Mar. 21, 2021

My So-Called Millennial Life

I'm always happy with my fellow porch dwellers, especially those who tolerate my enthusiastic hand-w... Read More

Why Isn't Everyone in Florida Dead or in the Hospital? Mar. 21, 2021

Wayne Allyn Root

I hate to say I told you so. But I told you so. I'm one of the few brave souls in the American media... Read More

Trump's Victory Lap Mar. 20, 2021

Susan Estrich

In his haunting book "The Plot Against America," Phillip Roth imagines a world in which the isolatio... Read More

Democrats Are Finally Bragging Mar. 18, 2021

Froma Harrop

On March 11, President Joe Biden gave a White House address touting his administration's response to... Read More

Public Health, Private Anguish Mar. 18, 2021

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

Last year, we began what was supposed to be a short lockdown to flatten the curve of COVID-19-relate... Read More

Welcome to Your Zoomerview Mar. 18, 2021

Work Daze

Here's the good news: The economy is opening up and there are jobs you can qualify for. Here's the b... Read More

Public Health, Private Anguish Mar. 18, 2021

Daily Editorials

Last year, we began what was supposed to be a short lockdown to flatten the curve of COVID-19-relate... Read More

Get the Vaccine Mar. 18, 2021

Susan Estrich

COVID? What COVID? California is substantially open. Many are living as if COVID-19 were gone. That... Read More

COVID-19 Vaccine: Part I Mar. 18, 2021

Connie Schultz

There were many times, I'm sure, when my mother was disappointed in me, but one memory is seared int... Read More

Congress Uses COVID-19 As a Cover for an Epidemic of Fiscal Recklessness: Legislators View the Disease As a License to Spend Like There's No Tomorrow Mar. 17, 2021

Jacob Sullum

The "recovery rebates" that Americans began receiving this week supposedly have something to do with... Read More

Biden's Disastrous Border Policy Is Evidence of No Planning Mar. 17, 2021

Armstrong Williams

Can you spell "hypocrite"? I'm starting to think that it begins with the letter "B" and rhymes with ... Read More

More Children 14 and Under Are Murdered Than Die of COVID-19 Mar. 17, 2021

Daily Editorials

American children 14 years and younger are more likely to be murdered than to die because of COVID-1... Read More

Taking On the Vile Factor: Biden Moves Against Anti-Asian American Hate Mar. 16, 2021

Jeff Robbins

Shortly after the 2016 election, Mai, a Vietnamese American college student, was on a train in Miami... Read More

Conflicting COVID Weddings Mar. 14, 2021

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: After months of careful planning, my daughter had to postpone her wedding reception last... Read More

Cookie Sales Mar. 13, 2021

Katiedid Langrock

"You wouldn't believe it," my friend typed over group chat. "There was a little Girl Scout walking u... Read More