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The American Dream Is Not Dead Aug. 21, 2020

Mona Charen

The Biden campaign deserves praise for introducing, at the Democratic National Convention, something... Read More

Using Lifesaving Drugs as a Means of Redistribution Jul. 29, 2020

Betsy McCaughey

When lifesaving drugs run low, hospitals have to choose which patients get a scarce drug, while othe... Read More

A Soft Slush Is A-Gonna Slush May. 29, 2020

Marc Dion

I remember the days when the folk singers said a hard rain was a-gonna fall, and a hard wind was a-g... Read More

Biden to American Families: Don't Earn More Than $125,000 Per Year May. 27, 2020

Terence Jeffrey

They work hard, but they are not rich. He is a local police officer in a suburb of a midwestern city... Read More

Relief Welcome, But Cut Other Spending Mar. 27, 2020

Daily Editorials

Congress and the Trump administration must act swiftly to send a lifeline to citizens and an economy... Read More

Progressive Goals Mean Huge Middle-Class Taxes Mar. 11, 2020

Daily Editorials

From The Washington Examiner Last week, the IRS released its annual Statistics of Income. This much-... Read More

The Arc De Trump Jan. 24, 2020

Marc Dion

There will be no war with Iran. Yet. This is because President Donald Trump sent troops to the threa... Read More

His Excellency, Don Diego Jan. 20, 2020

Marc Dion

I tried. I swear I tried. Like any columnist, I combed the week's news, looking for that thing from ... Read More

Democrats Peddle Doom, but the Middle Class Never Had It So Good Dec. 31, 2019

Stephen Moore

These days, when you listen to the gloom of the media and many of the presidential candidates, you h... Read More

America's Real 'Freedom Dividend': Hard Work and Pro-Business Policies Dec. 26, 2019

Armstrong Williams

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is on to something: Americans could use a big "freedom... Read More

Trump Clone Boris Johnson's UK Landslide a Preview of 2020 Dec. 16, 2019

Daily Editorials

There was a huge development in the world of politics this week. And it wasn't impeachment. Boris Jo... Read More

Trump Clone Boris Johnson's UK Landslide a Preview of 2020 Dec. 15, 2019

Wayne Allyn Root

There was a huge development in the world of politics this week. And it wasn't impeachment. Boris Jo... Read More

The Socioeconomics of Menthol Cigarettes Nov. 25, 2019

Marc Dion

In my home state of Massachusetts, where a wily state government has found a way to do everything ex... Read More

How Trump Clinches Reelection Nov. 25, 2019

Daily Editorials

The latest Emerson College poll is out. The Democratic impeachment witch hunt is officially a huge f... Read More

How Trump Clinches Reelection Nov. 23, 2019

Wayne Allyn Root

The latest Emerson College poll is out. The Democratic impeachment witch hunt is officially a huge f... Read More

Trump Needs Tax Cut 2.0 Nov. 19, 2019

Stephen Moore

Every single plausible Democratic candidate for president has endorsed tax increases as a centerpiec... Read More

Pennsylvania 2020: It's Complicated Nov. 12, 2019

Salena Zito

Pennsylvania is not a slam-dunk for Donald Trump's reelection campaign. That's one takeaway from Tue... Read More

Trump Economy Surges, Biden and Obama Hog the Credit Oct. 29, 2019

Stephen Moore

Joe Biden is at it again — living in his own parallel universe. The same former vice president... Read More

Westerville Debate Leaves Democratic Race Wider Open Oct. 18, 2019

Michael Barone

The world's oldest political party set an all-time record Tuesday night, with 12 presidential candid... Read More

It's a Middle-Class Boom Oct. 15, 2019

Stephen Moore

How much of the monetary gains from the Trump economic speedup have gone to the middle class? If you... Read More