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Zooming Through History Sep. 20, 2020

My So-Called Millennial Life

I sat in on the Zoom call because it was my son's birthday. He refused to allow his sister's obligat... Read More

A Request: Keep a Pandemic Diary Sep. 03, 2020

Connie Schultz

Since April, I've been telling my students that their generation will be the ultimate storytellers o... Read More

From Prison to Purge: The Linguistic Origins of 'Cancel Culture' Sep. 02, 2020

The Word Guy

The term "cancel culture" has been batted around like a volleyball during the past few weeks. It ref... Read More

For a Cultural Awakening, Come to Cairo Aug. 22, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Glenda Winders Cairo takes the "city of contrasts" concept to a whole new level, which my husband... Read More

Wanting Daughter to Leave Abusive Husband Aug. 15, 2020

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: You've probably heard this story a hundred times before. One of my daughters is in an ab... Read More

Leftist Effort to Revise American History Aug. 05, 2020

Walter E. Williams

There is very little new under the sun. The monument and statue destruction that we are witnessing h... Read More

Ruta de Plata Museum Celebrates Triunfo's Mining History Jul. 11, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Stuart Wasserman The road to Triunfo is in good condition and an easy drive from Cabo, Todos Sant... Read More

From Alan Freed to President Garfield in Cleveland's Lakeview Cemetery Jul. 04, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Steve Bergsman The Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame is located in Cleveland mostly because of a man who... Read More

The Last Confederate-Themed State Flag Fell This Week. It's Long Past Time. Jul. 03, 2020

Daily Editorials

What a great gift for America's birthday: The Confederate States of America officially, finally fell... Read More

The Professor's War Against Truth Jul. 02, 2020

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

Washington — Here we are, halfway through 2020, and what is the latest finding on the achievem... Read More

The Afterlife of America's Original Sin Jun. 25, 2020

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." — George Santayana I am amaze... Read More

How Long Will the Vandals Run Amok? Jun. 23, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

The left's war on America's past crossed several new frontiers last week. Portland's statue of Georg... Read More

Systemic Ignorance Jun. 23, 2020

William Murchison

"Systemic racism"? I wouldn't call that America's present problem. "Systemic ignorance" comes a lot ... Read More

U.S. Highway 395 Leads Back Into California History Jun. 21, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Kitty Morse Even though I am a resident of California I had never driven up historic U.S. Highwa... Read More

The Social Security 'Goody Bag' Jun. 17, 2020

Social Security and You

At least once a day, I get one or more emails that start out with some form of this phrase: "I'll te... Read More

My Summer 2020 Reading List Jun. 16, 2020

Succeeding in Your Business

It's hard to believe, but summer is here already. Thanks to COVID-19, this summer is likely to be a ... Read More

Confederate Names on Military Bases Are Unacceptable. They Should Go. Jun. 16, 2020

Daily Editorials

Sen. Roy Blunt said last week he is open to removing the names of Confederate generals from U.S. mil... Read More

The Monumental Campaign to #CancelAmerica Jun. 10, 2020

Michelle Malkin

Across our looted plain, statues are under siege. Smashed. Spray-painted. Shrouded. Expunged. In the... Read More

Vacation Places That Are Hard to Forget Jun. 07, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Gay Courter When I'm not traveling I am either planning the next trip or reminiscing about favori... Read More

When Normalcy Returns, Celebrate in Boston May. 09, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Robert Selwitz Whenever leisure travel again makes sense, Boston should be a prime destination ch... Read More