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Bill Clinton used to say that all elections are about the future. It’s true. Voters want to know what candidates will do in office — how they will fix problems — and if they can be trusted to …

Members of Congress who acquire detailed information about every aspect of the economy can’t be trusted to police themselves against profiting from it through insider trading.

Top-ranked tennis star Novak Djokovic finally got his comeuppance for reckless behavior unbecoming of a global sports ambassador. Australia’s government deported him, and his exclusion from th…

A second civil war seems far-fetched. But do we ignore the possibility at our peril? Or do we turn it into a self-fulfilling prophecy by talking about it too much?

FORT WORTH, Texas (TNS) — The other morning, a friend from Washington, D.C., sent me an exasperated text with a link to the new vaccine passport requirements for our nation’s capital.

Two years into the pandemic, the Supreme Court has finally established that the government has to operate within its defined powers, even in times of national emergency.

It’s been more than 50 years since the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. We’re within seven years of the centennial of his birth. Yet, instead of bearing down on his ideals of …

Over years of following American politics, I’d come to regard Joe Biden as harmless — a back-slapper without strong conviction, given to exaggeration and the occasional outright lie, but no wo…

So here’s my question: Let’s say you’re Attorney General Merrick Garland. Filing a criminal indictment against former President Donald Trump should be a fairly straightforward matter, even tho…

Proclaiming himself “tired of being quiet,” President Biden Tuesday proposed retiring the filibuster — the 60-vote threshold for getting almost anything through the Senate — for a narrow categ…

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to Georgia Tuesday to push their party’s bill to federalize U.S. election procedures on terms favorable to Democrats. “We are goin…

As life returned somewhat to normal last year after the pandemic shutdowns of 2020, America’s briefly reduced greenhouse gas emissions have started climbing toward normal as well, according to…

The ever-increasing connectivity between phones and the complex infotainment systems in automobiles may be putting our civil liberties at risk. Technology should never be used as an end-around…

The old legal maxim is that everything which is not forbidden is permitted. Many public-health experts apparently have their own version of this rule — whatever is not forbidden must be mandated.

During the late 1970s, American families experienced stagflation — a combination of economic stagnation and significantly higher inflation. By the summer of 1980, unemployment hit 7.8% and the…

Many conservatives cheered Elon Musk’s recent recognition as Time’s “Person of the Year,” especially since Musk has been outspoken in refuting pandemic orthodoxies, criticizing big government …

As the outpouring of sadness across social media showed, you’d be hard-pressed to find an American who was as beloved as Betty White.

In March 2020, kids went home from school on Friday and didn’t come back for months. Some didn’t walk through the school doors in person until August 2021.

Gone was President Joe Biden’s pleading, folksy, queasy tone that usually permeates his public remarks. Instead, he went hard on the attack against Donald Trump, the person who most deserved t…

The only legitimate reason to stage an official anniversary commemoration of the Jan. 6 Capitol riots would be to issue a call to unity and urge the nation to tone down their mistrust and bitt…

Student suspensions and expulsions are skyrocketing since the deadly shooting at Oxford High School last month, as school officials practice increased vigilance to head-off any possible violence.