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Ginsburg's Death Is a Loss to the Country Sep. 21, 2020

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Washington, D.C., Public Schools Spend $30K Per Student; 23% of 8th Graders Proficient in Reading Sep. 16, 2020

Terence Jeffrey

The public elementary and secondary schools in the District of Columbia spent $30,115 per pupil duri... Read More

Lazy Cops Entrap Guys Online Instead of Finding Actual Child Rapists Sep. 10, 2020

Lenore Skenazy

Want to save kids from rape and molestation? Me, too. Unfortunately, instead of going after actual s... Read More

Why DC Statehood Is a Suicidal Gamble Sep. 04, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

When U.S. cities erupted after the death of George Floyd, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser was in the vangua... Read More

Historical Ignorance and Confederate Generals Jul. 22, 2020

Walter E. Williams

The Confederacy has been the excuse for some of today's rioting, property destruction and grossly un... Read More

Daily Litany Jul. 02, 2020

Armstrong Williams

The sun rose yesterday in Washington, D.C., at 6:02 a.m. I made my routine morning run in the silenc... Read More

Washington Bureaucrats Drag Their Feet Against the Virus Jul. 01, 2020

Betsy McCaughey

In a pandemic, government efficiency can make the difference between life and death. You'd expect ou... Read More

Now It's Woodrow Wilson's Turn Jun. 30, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

Now that statues of Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln, Grant and Theodore Roosevelt... Read More

How Long Will the Vandals Run Amok? Jun. 23, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

The left's war on America's past crossed several new frontiers last week. Portland's statue of Georg... Read More

Designer Fake News Jun. 18, 2020

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

Washington — I see the media is still banging on about President Donald Trump's June 1 visit t... Read More

The First Steps to Fixing America Jun. 12, 2020

Neil Patel

We just had riots from coast to coast. Downtown Seattle is currently a lawless zone under the contro... Read More

7 Days in June: War and Peace Jun. 10, 2020

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — In June light, the American president waged war against the people. In a mass mob... Read More

The Status Quo of Virtue Signaling Jun. 05, 2020

Erick Erickson

All lives actually do matter. A sports announcer last week lost his job for using the phrase "all li... Read More

A Tale of Two Cities out on the Streets Jun. 03, 2020

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — It was the worst of times. But the best of times are far from here. President Do... Read More

During This Pandemic Pause, Let History Inspire Apr. 30, 2020

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

Today, more than ever, it's important to remember we are part of an exceptional nation that has over... Read More

During This Pandemic Pause, Let History Inspire Apr. 30, 2020

Daily Editorials

Today, more than ever, it's important to remember we are part of an exceptional nation that has over... Read More

Mr. President, Stop Listening to the D.C. Swamp Politicians, Deep-State Bureaucrats and Ivy League Eggheads Apr. 12, 2020

Wayne Allyn Root

Mr. President, I'm one of your biggest supporters. Few have worked harder or longer to elect, suppor... Read More

Life During House Arrest Mar. 18, 2020

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — Spring is famously sweet here. Daffodils and cherry blossoms paint the land in lu... Read More

What Part of 'NO AMNESTY' Doesn't DC Understand? Mar. 04, 2020

Michelle Malkin

The rumblings from the Beltway are ominous, my fellow Americans. As the U.S Supreme Court prepares t... Read More

The Oscars Honor Our Very Own Joker Jan. 15, 2020

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — He's the true dark Joker, and I don't mean Joaquin Phoenix. The actor can't hold ... Read More