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Wisdom, not intelligence, matters more in the Oval Office.
Guest Opinion
To avoid an electoral disaster, we need to burst the misunderstandings around three destructive myths.
  • 6 hours ago
Disagree with them, refute them, argue with them, vote against them. But also defend them, as the Founding Fathers intended.
It’s been decades since Democrats had a genuine challenge from the far left. But the party must stand firm.
Since Trump took office, Democrats have become the party of illegal immigration.
Earth may have moved on in the last half-century, but it makes our accomplishment no less magnificent.
Sending out racist tweets and defending them with bad analysis won't help the president win reelection.
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Stevens taught us that no person is above the law, sometimes to the dismay of those on both sides of the political spectrum.
  • 7 hours ago
The proposal would expand the ability of the intelligence agencies and the Justice Department to chill reporting on government mistakes.
  • 7 hours ago
States should learn from the successes and failures of the 1998 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.
  • 8 hours ago
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A sudden rule change would bar most migrants from seeking asylum in the United States.
His comments about four Democratic congresswomen are indefensible.
The U.S. once helped anticorruption efforts in the Central American country. Then Mr. Trump took office.
Ideally, such a move would come before the House and Senate leave next month for an extended recess.
Other departments would do well to follow the department’s lead on accountability and transparency.
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The mass shooting in Virginia Beach this summer should be incentive for lawmakers to prevent gun violence in our communities, regardless of where we live in the commonwealth.
  • Jul 9
people.Instead of trying to incite unwarranted fear and concerns among residents, those who oppose this measure should be honest about their reasons.
  • Jul 8
If the D.C. Council is serious about eliminating the illegal market, protecting consumers and maximizing revenue for the District, it should insist on an open, competitive online sports betting market.
  • Jul 8
A person is killed with a gun in Virginia every ten hours, and most of their stories never even make the local news.
  • Jul 8
With biased news coverage, it is hardly surprising that so many people are unaware of the enormous benefits of concealed carry. The media’s unbalanced reporting of shootings comes at a great cost to society.
  • Jul 5
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The Opinions Essay
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We've become more like the Britain we rebelled against than we might think.
  • Jul 2
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