National Commentary

Trump's real constituency: The Super Rich

Congress Taxes

“Trump's willingness to help Republican leaders pay off their largest contributors is the...

National Commentary

Did Mitch McConnell just say what I think he said?

Alabama Senate Moore-2

“Rather than try to ensure that Republicans keep the seat, he opted to do the right thing. It's a shame we have to be surprised when this happens, but rare is the politician who is also a statesman,” writes Kathleen Parker.


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Richard Cordray's CFPB has done its job well

Consumer Agency-Cordray Resignation

The president could now appease the CFPB's critics by appointing a more compliant director. That would be a shame.


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Should President Trump be able to start a nuclear war?

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“Should Kim Jong Un go over the line in his insults and threats, our president might have a tantrum and decide to nuke North Korea. And there is no reason to believe anyone would stop him,” writes Steve Chapman.


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Racism against Asians should not be tolerated

World Series Dodgers Astros Baseball

Too many athletes and stars get a pass when they demean Asians, writes Esther J. Cepeda.


National Commentary

Roy Moore loses the 'he said/she said'

Alabama Senate Moore Allegations

“Moore hasn't done himself any favors,” writes Rich Lowry.


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Alabama rolls toward a high-stakes skirmish

Alabama Senate Moore

“Assuming that the Republican governor does not shred state law by preventing the election from occurring Dec. 12, Republicans' Senate majority might soon be gone,” writes George Will


National Commentary

This is why women don't immediately report allegations of sexual harassment

Alabama Senate Moore-2

Women shouldn't have to suffer in silence, and men of conscience must make sure they don't.


National Commentary

Trump's real constituency: The Super Rich

Congress Taxes

“Trump's willingness to help Republican leaders pay off their largest contributors is the clearest explanation for why they debase themselves through their complicity with him,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.


National Commentary

Trumpism without Trump? It isn't possible

Governor's Race-35

“It is difficult enough for a candidate to run away from a conventional president of his own party; it is going be even harder with a president who dominates the media to an extent no other president has, and courts — nay, enjoys — radioactive controversies,” writes Rich...


National Commentary

Harvard and Yale should stop playing football

Aaron Hernandez Brain

“With every game, Yale and Harvard are knowingly exposing their young charges to the serious risk of permanent incapacitating neurological injuries,” writes Steve Chapman. “How many students' brains have to be wrecked before they decide to stop?”


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