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A Virus Makes the Supreme Court More Transparent: Unprecedented Live Audio Streaming of Oral Arguments Could Signal More Openness Apr. 29, 2020

Jacob Sullum

The case that the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear on Monday morning, a trademark dispute involvin... Read More

Coronavirus Risks Reward Some Mar. 06, 2020

C Force

Something appears to be outpacing the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19, commonly known as th... Read More

Mass Transit Is Making Gridlock Worse Mar. 03, 2020

Stephen Moore

Why in the world is the federal government, 20 years into the 21st century, continuing to pour tens ... Read More

A Primer on Domestic Spying Feb. 13, 2020

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

"The Framers ... conferred, as against the Government, the right to be let alone — the most co... Read More

When Is a Public Touch on the Arm or Waist a Sex Crime? Oct. 17, 2019

Lenore Skenazy

Last fall, in Manchester, England, an awkward 19-year-old male student touched a 17-year-old female ... Read More

Do Sex Registries Really Protect the Public? Jul. 20, 2019

Diane Dimond

Sex registries are in the news again thanks to a couple of high-profile child sex abuse cases. (Thin... Read More

Volunteers Need Help Mar. 19, 2019

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: I am an officer in an old but still active community cemetery with graves dating back to... Read More

We Can't Fill Potholes With Photos Feb. 19, 2019

Daily Editorials

For now, Michigan motorists entering the worst of the pothole season will have to settle for this: T... Read More

Time to End the Shameful Strand of US History Feb. 07, 2019

Scott Rasmussen

Four hundred years ago this summer, colonial America's first representative assembly was convened in... Read More

Can Corporations Keep Suckering the People? Feb. 06, 2019

Jim Hightower

A photograph ran in newspapers throughout the U.S. last June portraying three guys in suits and ties... Read More

The Dangerous Allure of 'Medicare for All' Jan. 31, 2019

Steve Chapman

Like an oasis shimmering before parched travelers in a sunbaked desert, "Medicare for all" holds a p... Read More

As Trump Digs in on Shutdown, Senate GOP Should Consider Veto Override Jan. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

One easy solution to the three-week government shutdown appears to be growing more viable by the day... Read More

Look Out for All Children, Not Just Your Own Jan. 03, 2019

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: My wife and I recently had several relatives over for a family gathering. During the eve... Read More

Keeping the Shutdown in Perspective Jan. 03, 2019

Scott Rasmussen

In official Washington and the nation's political media world, the partial shutdown of the federal g... Read More

Dogs Everywhere Jan. 02, 2019

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: I love most dogs and have had pets all my life, but there are times and places in which ... Read More

Facebook Has Betrayed Users' Privacy More Than We Knew; Congress Must Act. Dec. 21, 2018

Daily Editorials

A New York Times probe has revealed the shocking true depths of Facebook's data mining of its users,... Read More

Shutdown Drama Is Getting Wearisome Dec. 20, 2018

Daily Editorials

Call this very familiar territory — with just a couple of days left to head off a partial shut... Read More

Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Teacher? Dec. 20, 2018

At Work

Teaching is an honorable profession, one respected by the public, parents, students and the administ... Read More

Conflicts Over Catholic Confirmation Dec. 16, 2018

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I am 14 years old and facing a dilemma. My father isn't particularly religious, but my m... Read More

The Coming Collision Dec. 11, 2018

William Murchison

With Nick Ayers' withdrawal as prospective chief of staff to the president, the way opens for a cand... Read More