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Op-Ed Columns

Not every tragedy is a racial lesson

By MONA CHAREN Reliving the awful details of George Floyd’s slow suffocation is brutal and emotionally draining. As always in matters touching on race, the thrum of ethnic hostilities is the background noise. Some have been eager, since the trial began, to cite George Floyd’s drug use or ...

The wrong reasons

By Jonah Goldberg President Biden has decided to end the war in Afghanistan. He feels it’s time, and so do a lot of Americans. I feel it too. I’m just not sure feelings should win the day. In his televised address announcing the decision, Biden reiterated that American withdrawal ...

A tribute to Mary Wilson

By ARMSTRONG WILLIAMS A couple days ago, I found myself humming along to a Supremes song. Then I did what everyone does today, in the age of the internet: I logged onto YouTube, found a music video and lost myself in some vintage footage of the 1960s supergroup performing some of their ...

Opt out of SS for racial equality

By STAR PARKER A recent Reuters headline read, “Yellen, Rice tout economics as key to fixing American inequality.” According to Susan Rice, President Joe Biden’s new domestic policy adviser, “The evidence is clear, investing in equity is good for economic growth.” Our new ...

The science or the unions?

By Marc A. Thiessen We’re just a few weeks into Joe Biden’s presidency, and already the broken promises are piling up. Biden made two big pledges in his campaign. The first was that he would unite the country and bring Republicans and Democrats together on Capitol Hill. Already he has ...

Only Congress can

By JUDGE ANDREW NAPOLITANO No Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in consequence of Appropriations made by Law.” — U.S. Constitution, Article I, section 9 Congress and the White House have been at loggerheads for weeks on the next phase of federal aid to those suffering ...