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The Schoolboy's Old, Red English Atlas: Part II Mar. 06, 2021

Luis Martínez-Fernández

When I started working on the first part of this column, my 1966 "Philips' New School Atlas" was hol... Read More

Lucky Once More: America Finds Itself a Leader Feb. 23, 2021

Jeff Robbins

At moments of historic national crisis, America has had a knack for getting lucky. The first month o... Read More

Reporters Glorify Themselves Into GI Joe Feb. 12, 2021

Tim Graham

One of the easiest things to predict about the end of Donald Trump's presidency was that anti-Trump ... Read More

As Pandemic Ramps Up the Attack, Will Defenses Hold? Dec. 11, 2020

C Force

The New York Times recently reminded us that frontline health care workers — more than anyone ... Read More

Who Will Recall These Strange Times? Dec. 01, 2020

Froma Harrop

Decades from now, today's young will be sharing vivid memories of the pandemic of 2020. They will te... Read More

Eisenhower the Commander Versus Trump the Pretender Oct. 07, 2020

Jamie Stiehm

Washington — I'm a liberal, and I love Eisenhower Republicans after viewing the new memorial f... Read More

On the UN's 75th Anniversary, Commemorate UN War Fighters Sep. 23, 2020

Austin Bay

Somewhere in a storage room, I've a World War II submarine recognition pamphlet framed to display it... Read More

A Request: Keep a Pandemic Diary Sep. 03, 2020

Connie Schultz

Since April, I've been telling my students that their generation will be the ultimate storytellers o... Read More

Protect Americans With American Supplies May. 08, 2020

Neil Patel

As our fellow Americans lose jobs and lives due to this pandemic, it's helpful to pause and think ab... Read More

Will Post-Coronavirus America Blaze New Trails or Just Keep Hunkering Down? Apr. 10, 2020

Michael Barone

On my daily walk down a side street, I saw the restaurant with a diagonal cross made of adhesive tap... Read More

Who Won, and Who Lost, World War II? Sep. 03, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

Sunday, the 80th anniversary of the Nazi invasion of Poland, Vice President Mike Pence spoke in Wars... Read More

A Plethora of Porcelain Was Produced in Occupied Japan Aug. 23, 2019

Antique or Junque

Q: This is a photo of a pair of porcelain figurines that belonged to my grandmother. Each man is pla... Read More

D-Day's Youth Vs. Today's Youth Jun. 08, 2019

Diane Dimond

Seventy-five years ago, tens of thousands of brave and selfless young men from the United States, Ca... Read More

'We' Once Did Fight Wars Jun. 08, 2019

Mark Shields

Beneath the perfectly manicured lawns and under the pines and elm trees at the Normandy cemetery lie... Read More

Thanks and Gratitude on D-Day Jun. 06, 2019

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

We lived in Belgium in the late 1960s while my father researched for his dissertation. I was too you... Read More

'The Longest Day,' Revisited Jun. 04, 2019

William Murchison

In my capacity as a certified, government-inspected old coot, I have taken particular interest in th... Read More

The British Boy Who Never Forgot the St. Louis War Hero Who Saved His Life Feb. 22, 2019

Daily Editorials

Briton Tony Foulds, 82, has a better appreciation than most about the importance of living every day... Read More

Give Thanks for the WWII Generation Dec. 10, 2018

Daily Editorials

77 years ago, Americans in Hawaii awoke to the sounds of mass destruction, and the sights of flames ... Read More

War History and Pristine Waters in the Faraway Solomon Islands Oct. 07, 2018

Travel and Adventure

By Doug Hansen The Solomon Islands, a 992-island archipelago, sit northeast of Australia and about 6... Read More

An American Life Jul. 26, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last week, in Ridgewood, New Jersey, a 92-year-old unsung American patriot lost his battle with cong... Read More