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A Friendship for Our Times Sep. 24, 2020

Laura Hollis

I've been thinking a great deal about the close friendship between Supreme Court Justices Antonin Sc... Read More

Can Kamala Harris Get Joe Biden to Push for Legalizing Pot? Aug. 16, 2020

Steve Chapman

A vice president has to defer to the president's decisions on policy, but vice presidents can also h... Read More

What Happened To the Record Income Taxes Americans Paid Last Year? Jul. 15, 2020

Terence Jeffrey

Back in fiscal 2019, which ended last September before COVID-19 hit, the federal government set two ... Read More

What Happened To the Record Income Taxes Americans Paid Last Year? Jul. 15, 2020

Daily Editorials

Back in fiscal 2019, which ended last September before COVID-19 hit, the federal government set two ... Read More

Is a Universal Basic Income Program Worth the Costs? Jun. 04, 2020

Veronique de Rugy

Spain is the latest country talking about adopting a universal basic income, or UBI, program in resp... Read More

Lessons to Learn From COVID-19 Apr. 29, 2020

Star Parker

We're seeing now what efforts against COVID-19 were supposed to produce: a flattening of the growth ... Read More

Just Another Hoax: The President Who Doesn't Want Us to Know What Went Wrong Apr. 07, 2020

Jeff Robbins

In the Broadway classic "Guys and Dolls," a gangster named Big Julie From Chicago informs participan... Read More

Supreme Court Hearing Bodes Well for School Choice Jan. 27, 2020

Daily Editorials

Kendra Espinoza works three jobs to keep her two girls in a private Christian school in Montana. Rel... Read More

What We Can Learn From the European Union May. 29, 2019

Ben Shapiro

The European Union Parliament elections this week provided a shock to the system for the center-righ... Read More

Bernhardt Would Be Another Disaster at Interior Apr. 09, 2019

Froma Harrop

Back in 2016, candidate Donald Trump said he opposed a Republican bill designed to grease the wholes... Read More

Investing in Mary Jane Nov. 28, 2018

Taking Stock

Dear Mr. Berko: Three other people and I own a small company. We've been in business together for 14... Read More

Treating the Court as a Political Branch Oct. 04, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Harsh winds are blowing on Capitol Hill. The hoped-for and feared clash between Judge Brett M. Kavan... Read More

A Trillion-Dollar Blunder Oct. 02, 2018

Stephen Moore

I have spent some three decades railing against faulty budgetary scoring of tax bills, but the lates... Read More

Power Corrupts; Sex and Power Corrupt Absolutely Sep. 20, 2018

Laura Hollis

We are watching in real time as two of the most powerful and influential institutions in the history... Read More

Commencement Season 2018 May. 27, 2018

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — In 2014, commencement season stood out for the list of high-profile speakers push... Read More

Get Out of the Way Oct. 04, 2017

John Stossel

The hurricane devastation is severe. What should the federal government do? Give us lots of money, s... Read More

Dangers Are Coming to the Rule of Law Aug. 31, 2017

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Amid the bad news this summer of racial tensions in Charlottesville and biblical-like floods in Hous... Read More

Sanctuary Cities and the Rule of Law Aug. 10, 2017

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Earlier this week, the Trump Department of Justice told the mayor of Chicago that it would cease fun... Read More

One (Restrained) Cheer for Washington Apr. 15, 2017

Mark Shields

We've all heard the tiresome and discouraging refrain: Washington, our beautiful capital city, is br... Read More

The State of the Democrat Party ... and the States Dec. 08, 2016

Laura Hollis

In the aftermath of Hillary Clinton's loss and the Democrats' failure to regain control of either ho... Read More