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The Risk of No Risk Jun. 03, 2021

Lenore Skenazy

We humans get risk wrong. We focus on what's top of mind or top of the fear chart — not what's... Read More

A Cop on Trial for Murder and the World Is Watching Apr. 10, 2021

Diane Dimond

As a child, I was taught to respect authority figures. As it was explained to me, clergy, teachers, ... Read More

Go Red Apr. 01, 2021

Susan Estrich

If you're looking for a vaccine, I can offer one piece of practical advice: Go red. If you live in a... Read More

Experts Are Outlining Pandemic Miscues Under Trump. America Should Listen. Mar. 30, 2021

Daily Editorials

Top government health experts who worked under former President Donald Trump are now acknowledging w... 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

We Can't Take No for an Answer Feb. 27, 2021

Susan Estrich

I don't mean that we are going to punish a grandmother who has reason not to trust government. I do ... Read More

Pandemic's Toll of 500,000 Is a Monument to Failure. But It Should Spur National Unity. Feb. 24, 2021

Daily Editorials

Roughly a full year into the pandemic, the nation has now crossed the grimmest of milestones: 500,00... Read More

Who's on First? Dec. 31, 2020

Susan Estrich

I want the vaccine. I have rarely left my house during the last nine months — if you try, you ... 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

The George Floyd Riots: Where's Black Lives Matter When You Need Them? Jun. 04, 2020

Larry Elder

Black lives matter. Black businesses, not so much. Four Minneapolis cops were summarily fired, with ... Read More

The Weird Andrew Cuomo Boomlet May. 19, 2020

Stephen Moore

Usually, when a CEO severely underperforms peers, he or she is fired or handed a gold watch and give... Read More

COVID-19 Trutherism May. 01, 2020

Erick Erickson

A lot of people seem to believe that the death toll of COVID-19, now over 60,000 in the United State... Read More

Coronavirus Pandemic + Trump Derangement Syndrome = Bad Math Apr. 30, 2020

Larry Elder

What happens when Trump Derangement Syndrome meets bad math? The President Donald Trump-hating come... Read More

Has the Lockdown Worked? Apr. 14, 2020

Dennis Prager

Why are governments the world over rendering hundreds of millions of their citizens jobless, impover... Read More

The Facts and Fears Behind Continuing the Coronavirus Shutdown Apr. 01, 2020

Betsy McCaughey

President Donald Trump is extending the nation's shutdown at least until the end of April. He's larg... Read More

Why the Remedy May Be Worse Than the Disease Mar. 17, 2020

Dennis Prager

As of this writing, 6,400 people all over the world have died from the coronavirus. In the United St... Read More

The Work Ahead in Preventing Premature Death Jun. 28, 2019

C Force

In the modern world, there have been steady increases in life expectancy. It has more than doubled i... Read More

Social Security and the Family Maximum May. 07, 2014

Social Security and You

There is an element of Social Security law that sometimes confuses people. It's called the family ma... Read More