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Things I Never Told Sheldon Adelson Jan. 16, 2021

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — The knives were out for me in January 2017 when I arrived in Washington as the Wh... Read More

The New Censors Jun. 24, 2020

John Stossel

Do you say what you think? That's risky! You may get fired! You've probably heard about a New York T... Read More

In Defense of Joe May. 07, 2020

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

Washington — Where did Sleepy Joe go wrong? Remember what a champion of women, or at least of ... Read More

The Media Should Not Ignore Biden's Accuser May. 04, 2020

Daily Editorials

The confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh taught the world no sexual assau... Read More

The Legacy Media's Failing Biden Cover-Up May. 01, 2020

Neil Patel

We live in a time when many people are so partisan that their views are easy to predict based solely... Read More

A Free Society Cannot Function Without a Vibrant Professional Press Feb. 14, 2020

Daily Editorials

A free society cannot function without vibrant professional newspapers. In light of that truism, the... Read More

Short Takes on Badly Named Streets and Badly Informed Federal Staffers Nov. 04, 2019

Daily Editorials

Naming Rights The last thing the St. Louis region needs is to continue offering accolades to a team ... Read More

Kroger: Don't Lose Local News Oct. 02, 2019

Jim Hightower

Do you shop at a Kroger supermarket? Or maybe at Ralphs, Fred Meyer, King Soopers, Fry's, City Marke... Read More

My Last Column Sep. 29, 2019

House Calls

It was December of 1975. My husband, Norman Lank, was a Realtor, with two dozen salespersons under h... Read More

Billionaires Who Promise to Save Journalism and Then Default: It Ought to Be a Crime Sep. 06, 2019

Ted Rall

Let's talk about fraud: "A person or thing intended to deceive others, typically by unjustifiably cl... Read More

Newspaper Nomenclature Has Nautical Nature Aug. 28, 2019

The Word Guy

Q: I've noticed that the word "masthead" is often used to refer to the name on the front page of a p... Read More

Political Cartooning Was Murdered. Here's the Autopsy Jul. 05, 2019

Ted Rall

A century ago, newspapers employed more than 2,000 full-time editorial cartoonists. Today, there are... Read More

At Harvard, Thoughtcrime on Crack Jun. 28, 2019

Ted Rall

Eventually, tech theorist Clay Shirky has argued, so many people will have nude photos on the intern... Read More

A Tribute to Editor Stuart Warner Jun. 06, 2019

Connie Schultz

The first time I had a conversation with editor Stuart Warner, I didn't like him much. This was in 2... Read More

Media Gloats About Censoring Opinions of 37% of Americans May. 31, 2019

Ted Rall

Thirty-seven percent of American citizens are socialist or communist. That's far more people than vo... Read More

Extra, Extra! Newspapers Found Dying May. 07, 2019

William Murchison

I know, I know. Fake news! Media bias! Intellectual arrogance! That's my old profession, the newspap... Read More

The Greatest Projects I Never Made (Part 1 of 2) Mar. 22, 2019

Ted Rall

She was a terrible boss, but she was wise about work. "We are defined more by the business we refuse... Read More

The New York Times as an Investment Aug. 29, 2018

Taking Stock

Dear Mr. Berko: Please give me your opinion of The New York Times. I may buy 400 shares. Also, what ... Read More

Trump Is No Match for the First Amendment Aug. 22, 2018

Jacob Sullum

When 400 or so news outlets ran editorials chastising Donald Trump for his anti-press demagoguery la... Read More

The Press as Enemy Aug. 17, 2018

Erick Erickson

Over 200 newspapers across the country are together running editorials on the same day decrying Pres... Read More