U.S. Media Loves Dictators -- As Long As They're Leftists - Laura Hollis
Our national media are a disgrace: deceitful, duplicitous, untrustworthy.
The Fallacy of 'Crumbling' American Infrastructure - Jonah Goldberg
It's Infrastructure Week (again.) How to contain the excitement.
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Politicians aren't nearly as important as they think they are.
The Motives Behind the Massacre - Pat Buchanan
Possibly owing to mental illness, but definitely due to moral depravity.
The Tea Party, RIP - Jeff Jacoby
With its demise, proflagate spending lacks any real opposition.
What's Oozing out of Campuses Is Polluting Society - Michael Barone
College radicals are pushing identity politics out into the wider society.
President Trump: Have Education Department Mandate Active Shooter Protocols - Lawrence Meyers
Israel figured out how to prevent school shootings 40 years ago.
Florida Shooting — Reflecting the Worst in Our Culture - Thomas Gallatin
A moral problem of the heart that politics is powerless to solve.
Our Infrastructure Is Not 'Crumbling' - David Harsanyi
Simply a siren song to higher, more wasteful, spending.
If You're Reading This, You're Dead - Erick Erickson
We are in an age of unreasonableness and hysteria. No one seems immune.
A Difficult Year for Romance - Georgie Anne Geyer
Valentine's Day should probably just be abolished this year.
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