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It's easy to teach even the minimally alert pooch to sit, stay. This is much more difficult with human beings (as it should be). For me... [Read More]
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On Friday, I wrote about the late, great Dr. Jonas Salk, whose polio vaccine developed at the University of Pittsburgh 65 years ago this month... [Read More]
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This time it's different. We're used to seeing the big dogs come running when disaster hits. Whether it's a typhoon that devastates part of Indonesia... [Read More]
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Turn on your TV, and cable news will show you a chyron with the cumulative total of known COVID-19 cases in the United States. That... [Read More]
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F.H. Buckley's newest work, American Secession: The Looming Threat of National Breakup, is probably the most important non-fiction books of 2020. Written during the last... [Read More]
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A pandemic is sweeping the U.S. and Middle East. Coronavirus is spreading among military personnel, undercutting readiness. Washington is broke. Congress voted an emergency stimulus... [Read More]
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Instagrammers are a thing of the past. Influencers are dead. YouTubers are all but forgotten. Meeting someone on Tinder sounds about as modern as sending... [Read More]
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Washington The Washington Post and the New York Times aren't sending reporters to the Trump White House for daily briefings. Washington Post executive editor Martin... [Read More]
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England in the 1640s was shaking apart along many fault lines. The royalists, known as the Cavaliers, fought with King Charles in his deadly struggle... [Read More]
The Virginia Republican Party has taken a beating these past few years, going back to the legal misfortune of Gov. Bob McDonnell in 2014 and... [Read More]
Something very eighties happened. My son took a bike ride. He didn't tell me that he'd stopped off at a friend's house to play socially... [Read More]
The cable-news coronavirus chyron counters note the number that die, but nothing about the people we lose. They tend to be really old and already... [Read More]
Our editors' inboxes and comment sections are filled with insightful, sharp, and thought-provoking responses from our readers. So we've started a weekly roundup of highlights.... [Read More]
I was going to make this Five Quick Things legitimately quick, but I failed. I'd say I'm sorry, but you know I'm not. Besides, there's... [Read More]
It's war. The American Left, in full-throated fascist mode, is trying to bring down Fox News. No lie is big enough to use. The coronavirus... [Read More]
As we watch in great anxiety the rising toll of COVID-19, my mind has turned a number of times to Dr. Jonas Salk. Salk saved... [Read More]
The other day it was announced that my former CNN colleague Chris Cuomo was fighting the coronavirus. So I wanted to make sure to send... [Read More]
In 2016, Hillary Clinton made Trump president; in 2020, Joe Biden is making Trump presidential. Which was more unlikely is debatable; what is clear in... [Read More]
Ausweis in pocket, I head out for my morning constitutional on Avenue de Breteuil, a spacious esplanade lined with double rows of plane trees leading... [Read More]
Within days of requesting $5 billion from the Washington-based International Monetary Fund (IMF), Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei turned down and mocked America's offer to... [Read More]
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