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Don't Let Trump Discredit Patriotism Oct. 22, 2020

Mona Charen

Donald Trump has a documented history of driving Americans away from the policies he favors. This is... Read More

The Disunited States of Oppression Oct. 20, 2020

Michelle Malkin

Is there any clearer sign of how privileged a society is than the disproportionate amount of time th... Read More

Breaking News: Not Everything Is Terrible Oct. 15, 2020

Mona Charen

We devote a lot of mental energy to things that are going wrong or could go wrong. It's human nature... Read More

Is War With China Becoming Inevitable? Oct. 13, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

"The Indians are seeing 60,000 Chinese soldiers on their northern border," Secretary of State Michae... Read More

Ten Days That Shook the Presidency Oct. 06, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

What a difference a week can make. Saturday, Sept. 26, was among the best days of the Trump presiden... Read More

Language and Thought Sep. 23, 2020

Walter E. Williams

Seventeenth-century poet and intellect John Milton predicted, "When language in common use in any co... Read More

History Starts with People Sep. 17, 2020

Armstrong Williams

This week, I had the great honor and privilege of observing history. I was blessed to be a guest of ... Read More

How Much Difference Do COVID-19 Lockdowns Make? The Comparison Between Sweden and the US Casts Doubt on the Importance of Broad Legal Restrictions Sep. 16, 2020

Jacob Sullum

The New York Times describes Sweden's approach to COVID-19, which has been notably less restrictive ... Read More

A Piece of Cheesecake for 9/11 Sep. 11, 2020

Marc Dion

My wife, Deborah, bought me a piece of cheesecake yesterday. The market she goes to sells individual... Read More

A Focused Trump Can Still Pull It Out Sep. 11, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

If Donald Trump loses the election, history will attribute his defeat to a pandemic that killed 200,... Read More

Today and Yesterday Sep. 09, 2020

Walter E. Williams

In matters of race and other social phenomena, there is a tendency to believe that what is seen toda... Read More

China's Dark Turn Sep. 09, 2020

John Stossel

"I'm more anti-China than you!" That's a new theme of this election. Joe Biden says, "We will never... Read More

English as She Is Spoke, and Why People Are Wrong So Often Sep. 04, 2020

Marc Dion

An old editor once told me, "If everyone believes it, it's probably wrong," which is why Rep. Joseph... Read More

Where Will All These War Games Lead? Sep. 01, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

In northeast Syria last week, a U.S. military vehicle collided with a Russian armored vehicle, injur... Read More

BLM's Perpetual Fake Outrage Cycle Aug. 26, 2020

Michelle Malkin

Here we go again: Manufacture. Rinse. Repeat. Everyone knows the cycle. Everyone knows it ends with ... Read More

The Real World Reasserts Itself Aug. 11, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

Since the death of George Floyd beneath the knee of a cop in Minneapolis on Memorial Day, the nation... Read More

Science Is Our Salvation. Those Who Demean It Should Be Sidelined. Jul. 31, 2020

Daily Editorials

The resurgence of coronavirus infections around the U.S. is a tragedy, but not a surprise. Doctors f... Read More

Stress Test of a Straining Superpower Jul. 24, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

How great a burden can even an unrivaled superpower carry before it buckles and breaks? We may be ab... Read More

The Ruling Class Has Sold Out the American People on Communist China Jul. 24, 2020

Josh Hammer

The all-encompassing geopolitical, military, diplomatic, cultural and economic threat posed by the t... Read More

Rising Diversity Is Joe Biden's Worry, Too Jul. 21, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

Is her racial diversity America's greatest strength? So we are told. Yet, even before America become... Read More