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20 Years: A Syndication Anniversary Reflection Jan. 01, 2020

Michelle Malkin

I live to write. I write to live. The close of 2019 marks two full decades since I entered national ... Read More

November 27, 2019 Nov. 27, 2019

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I have had a best friend for nearly 20 years. However, in the past six or seven years, "... Read More

Censorship by Theft on University Campus Nov. 20, 2019

Daily Editorials

Radford University, a taxpayer-supported institution in southwestern Virginia, is in a public relati... Read More

Classic Ann Landers Nov. 03, 2019

Classic Ann Landers

Editor's Note: Hundreds of Ann Landers' loyal readers have requested that newspapers continue to pub... Read More

The New York Times Repeatedly Called a Famous Cartoonist an Anti-Semite -- and Didn't Ask Him for Comment Oct. 04, 2019

Ted Rall

Earlier this year, Portuguese cartoonist Antonio Moreira Antunes drew one of the most controversial ... Read More

Two Views of Social Security From the 1970s Jul. 10, 2019

Social Security and You

My sister lives in a home she inherited from my mother after my mom died in the early 1990s. She was... Read More

Long Form, Long Form, Long Form! Is the Future of Print Journalism May. 17, 2019

Ted Rall

Journalism is in trouble. Writers of articles pointing this out typically argue that this is really ... Read More

Forever a Felon May. 04, 2019

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I am a 62-year-old great-grandmother. Ten years ago, I committed a nonviolent felony. I ... Read More

For Journalists, Self-Censorship Is Credibility Suicide Apr. 19, 2019

Ted Rall

What is the job of the news media? To report the news. Everyone agrees on that. But some well-intent... Read More

The Greatest Projects I Never Made (Part 2 of 2) Apr. 05, 2019

Ted Rall

Two weeks ago, I discussed some of the projects and jobs that, for whatever reason, I never got to d... Read More

New York Times v. Sullivan Is the Correct Standard in Libel Cases Feb. 28, 2019

Daily Editorials

Justice Clarence Thomas might hold a revered seat on the nation's highest court, but that doesn't me... Read More

I Only Have Calves for You Feb. 27, 2019

The Word Guy

A Liberty Mutual commercial depicting a bicyclist with grossly overdeveloped "custom" calves feature... Read More

Washington U Article Goes Too Far in Effort to Advance 'Meaningful Conversations' Feb. 13, 2019

Daily Editorials

Washington University's Student Life newspaper published an op-ed last week headlined, "It's OK that... Read More

You No Longer Have the Right to a Trial by Jury Jan. 25, 2019

Ted Rall

I was wronged. All I wanted was a trial by jury. Is this still America? No. America is dead. Apparen... Read More

Too Late for an Obit? Nov. 19, 2018

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: I have a work colleague whose married son died about six months ago of cancer. His son w... Read More

Hard Times for Newspapers Aug. 03, 2018

Daily Editorials

At some point, the cultivation of hostility to differing viewpoints may finally erode the public's f... Read More

I Love the Daily Paper! Aug. 01, 2018

Classic Zig Ziglar

On a regular basis, I hear people state they no longer read the newspaper because it is so "negative... Read More

'Today We Are Speechless' Jul. 06, 2018

Daily Editorials

Words are the tools of our trade, the life blood of a journalist. Not often will you hear us admit t... Read More

After the Attack in Annapolis, the Anger Stage of Grief Jul. 04, 2018

Connie Schultz

It's a big deal, as a journalist, to work for The New York Times, The Washington Post or The Wall St... Read More

The Columnist's Cookbook May. 21, 2018

Marc Dion

When readers send me emails, they often ask me for one of my favorite recipes. OK, so they don't. Us... Read More