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Ruth Marcus, the Washington Post's deputy editorial page editor who last week loudly defended eugenics against the disabled, often joins the chorus of ruling-class liberals disturbed... [Read More]
President Donald Trump's new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports are facing an avalanche of false criticism. Naysayers argue tariffs will raise prices, spark a... [Read More]
Washington There is a growing debate on the left over whose side to take in the simmering controversy between Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton or... [Read More]
When a cabinet secretary supports, or at least does not publicly dissent, from presidential policies, that's commonly known as a "dog-bites man" story, not exactly... [Read More]
Given the bright lights and jingle-jangle of the slots, it can be easy to go financially haywire when in a casino, and, let's face it,... [Read More]
Monday When I read this afternoon that President Donald R. Trump had settled on Larry Kudlow to replace Gary Cohn as his chief economic advisor,... [Read More]
Be afraid. Be very afraid. Last week, the Washington Post ran an opinion piece by Elizabeth Bruenig entitled "It's time to give socialism a try."... [Read More]
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan told an audience Sunday that "Israelis and Zionist Jews" played key roles in the 9/11 terror attacks that killed... [Read More]
It's all over the Internet, so it must be true. Not only did Winston Churchill oppose women's rights, gas tribesmen, starve Indians, firebomb Dresden, nurse... [Read More]
The evidence continues to pile up: corporate cronyism is bad for state economies. Studies examining the state-level impact of corporate connections to government officials confirm... [Read More]
Two recent items offer the latest illustration of how manic adherence to PC norms cripples Western society. Broward's Bureaucratic Bumbler. We now know who gave... [Read More]
you prude!" I see it coming my way. Who cares? "Ya, ya, ya," right back at you, buster. Preliminaries out of the way, let's get... [Read More]
The Oakland (and soon to be Las Vegas) Raiders say they're closer to ending their game of parking lot roulette by identifying enough spots to... [Read More]
Most efforts to reform state universities have ended in failure. Texas regent Wallace Hall was almost impeached when he tried to investigate political clout used to get... [Read More]
On Thursday, when President Trump accepted North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un's invitation to discuss the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, Secretary of State Rex... [Read More]
Set in Sacramento in 2002-2003, Greta Gerwig's female coming-of-age story Lady Bird provides two main points of perspective on the otherwise claustrophobic representation of that city... [Read More]
Ignore everything you have been told by the "news" media about Texas v. United States, the lawsuit recently filed by 20 states challenging the constitutionality... [Read More]
Jack Kerouac, a novelist known more for his biography, came into the world 96 years ago today. Nearly a half-century after that mass murderer Johnny... [Read More]
Washington They have met on Twitter, but not nose to nose. They dreamed up nicknames for each other, with President Donald Trump dubbing Kim Jong... [Read More]
Insurance company Cigna announced the purchase of pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts on Thursday for somewhere north of $50 billion. Immediately, both stocks bumped upward.... [Read More]
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