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British Labour's Problems Could Hurt Democrats, Too May. 14, 2021

Michael Barone

Five years ago next month, British voters, in the largest turnout ever, voted to leave the European ... Read More

Coal Workers Union Doesn't Always Represent Coal Worker Values May. 04, 2021

Salena Zito

GRAYSVILLE, Pennsylvania — When coal mine employee John Morecraft heard last Monday that Unite... Read More

Ancient and Lonely Urban Monuments Evoke Today's Political Division Apr. 27, 2021

Salena Zito

PITTSBURGH — The 2.8-mile-long East Street Valley neighborhood, which once flourished here, su... Read More

Trump Didn't Form a Populist Coalition; He Was the Result of One Apr. 20, 2021

Salena Zito

PITTSBURGH — They're still there, planted in front of stately homes in wealthy suburban neighb... Read More

As an Industry Faces Destruction, It Grows a Voting Coalition Mar. 02, 2021

Salena Zito

FRIEDENS, Pennsylvania — Imagine if you had a job. A good job, one that required skill and cri... Read More

Will We Answer the Wake-Up Call Before our Country Is Completely Destroyed? Feb. 12, 2021

Neil Patel

It's sort of shocking that a series of left-wing riots around the nation followed by a right-wing ri... Read More

Biden's First Actions Desecrate His Words Feb. 02, 2021

Daily Editorials

Love. Unity. One nation of care and compassion for all. Those were the inspiring messages of Preside... Read More

The Lost Verses Jan. 22, 2021

Marc Dion

The girls and boys are out tonight in my town, walking back and forth in front of the old gray grani... Read More

Lockdowns Are the Great Unequalizer Dec. 22, 2020

Stephen Moore

Democrats and their liberal economic advisers obsess about income inequality. Will someone please te... Read More

Immigration Politics Went Away During COVID-19. It's Coming Back. Dec. 18, 2020

Josh Hammer

Donald Trump famously sought the presidency in 2016 on a platform that elevated the immigration issu... Read More

Don't Reverse Trump's Pro-Working-Class Policies Dec. 02, 2020

Daily Editorials

Once upon a time, the Democratic Party tried to favor the working class. Not anymore, and never has ... Read More

Amid Democrats' White House Win, a Sobering Fact Nov. 07, 2020

Mark Shields

Joe Biden has reason to be proud; in the last 107 years, only three American presidential nominees h... Read More

The Birth of the Coalition of Normal People May Be Upon Us Nov. 06, 2020

Neil Patel

Throughout this election, there were signs of the birth of a coalition of normal people unhappy with... Read More

Biden's War Against the South Nov. 03, 2020

Stephen Moore

Joe Biden has said he wants to be president of ALL the states and that he doesn't see red states and... Read More

Just Who Is the Real Blue-Collar President? Oct. 06, 2020

Stephen Moore

One thing we learned from the debate in Cleveland last Tuesday, when Trump wasn't interrupting, is t... Read More

Biden Anti-Business Agenda Would Wreck the Economy Sep. 22, 2020

Stephen Moore

The Democrats are rewriting history, celebrating the Obama record on the economy as if these were th... Read More

Me and Cardi B Sep. 18, 2020

Marc Dion

I wish to remark, and my language is plain, that I have said far filthier things than Cardi B has ev... Read More

Biden Could Win Big and Bring our Country Together; the Scary Part Is He's Chosen Not To Do It Sep. 18, 2020

Neil Patel

It's now pretty clear that Joe Biden has a lead, but President Donald Trump has been closing nationa... 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

Never Forget How You Made Them Feel Aug. 22, 2020

Mark Shields

The "post-game" analyses of the 2020 Democratic National Convention have gone on for longer than the... Read More