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Goose Population Can Be Controlled Dec. 23, 2020

A Greener View

Question: We live in a lovely subdivision in which the homes back up to a pond. It's really pretty, ... Read More

Republicans Retain a Marginal Advantage in Redistricting Nov. 27, 2020

Michael Barone

One of the many big surprises in this month's surprising election was the Democrats' failure to over... Read More

Should We Get Married or Continue Living Together? Part II: Puerto Rico's Never-Ending Status Question Nov. 21, 2020

Luis Martínez-Fernández

Allow me to resume the analogy of a human couple. Puerto Rico's Independence Party advocates separat... Read More

Race and Politics: Contemporary Echoes of the US Antebellum (Part II) Sep. 10, 2020

Luis Martínez-Fernández

University of Maryland Professor James G. Gimpel's race and ethnicity analysis of the 2016 president... Read More

Race and Politics: Contemporary Echoes of the US Antebellum (Part I) Sep. 09, 2020

Luis Martínez-Fernández

Not a few commentators rushed to celebrate Barack Obama's 2008 election as the advent of a "post-rac... Read More

Forget Downsizing Mar. 20, 2020

Positive Aging

For many of my baby boomer peers, the most-dreaded activity on the horizon is the possibility of bei... Read More

Why Are So Many Young People Unhappy? Jan. 21, 2020

Dennis Prager

Here are some unhappy statistics: — In America between 1946 and 2006, the suicide rate quadrup... Read More

Our Real Existential Crisis -- Extinction Jan. 03, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

If Western elites were asked to name the greatest crisis facing mankind, climate change would win in... Read More

Why Crime Is on the Decline Dec. 14, 2019

Diane Dimond

"Poverty is the parent of revolution and crime." — Aristotle Aristotle had a point, but there ... Read More

Don't Be a Technophobe Nov. 22, 2019

Positive Aging

It's no secret that many "mature Americans" are scrambling to keep pace with the rapid advances in t... Read More

Our Changing Values Should Worry Us Aug. 28, 2019

Star Parker

The late historian and political philosopher Harry V. Jaffa noted the significance that the preamble... Read More

The Apocalyptic Anti-Human Vision That Inspired Title X Aug. 21, 2019

Terence Jeffrey

Can you guess which future president expressed these views in 1970? "No one can honestly say how man... Read More

Widow Facts Jul. 26, 2019

Positive Aging

As you can imagine, my research files for the "Positive Aging" columns are filled with statistics. F... Read More

The Silver Tsunami Jul. 19, 2019

Positive Aging

Some population experts have referred to the increasing numbers of aging baby boomers as the "silver... Read More

Chief Justice Wisely Gets Courts out of Redistricting Politics Jul. 05, 2019

Michael Barone

"Partisan gerrymandering is nothing new," writes Chief Justice John Roberts near the beginning of hi... Read More

A Declining Population Need Not Cause Angst May. 28, 2019

Froma Harrop

Total births in the United States fell last year to about 3.79 million, the smallest number in 32 ye... Read More

Alabama and Georgia Abortion Laws on Right Track May. 22, 2019

Star Parker

When we talk about "pro-life" in our national discussion about abortion, "life" is understood to be ... Read More

When Earth Day Predictions Go Predictably Wrong Apr. 25, 2019

Veronique de Rugy

As activists around the world recently celebrated Earth Day with warnings about the awful state of o... Read More

Liberals Tell Supreme Court How Illegal Immigration Increases Their Power Apr. 24, 2019

Terence Jeffrey

TERENCE P. JEFFREY RELEASE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2019 Liberals Tell Supreme Court How Illegal Immig... Read More

Is the U.S. Full? Wrong Question Apr. 11, 2019

Froma Harrop

"Our country is full," President Trump said in regard to the immigration debate. Is this true? That ... Read More