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March 07, 2018

It's easy to hype the significance of special congressional elections, but the one next Tuesday in western Pennsylvania has really become a big deal.

A young Democrat's recent surge in the polls gives President Donald Trump just a week to head off a panic in his Republican party and validate his…

albert hunt

March 07, 2018

Before we discuss violence with guns, I'd like to run a couple of questions by you. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every day nearly 30 Americans die in motor vehicle crashes that involve drunk driving. What kind of restrictions should be placed on automobile ownership?…

walter williams

March 06, 2018

In late 1811 and early 1812, the town of New Madrid in the Missouri territory was hammered by three major earthquakes. "The ground heaved and pitched, hurling furniture, snapping trees and destroying barns and homesteads,"wrote Elizabeth Rusch in Smithsonian Magazine. "Sections of riverbed below…

HughHewitt

March 06, 2018

The #MeToo movement has hit North Carolina's legislature — a place that's so far ill-equipped to handle sexual harassment allegations against powerful lawmakers.

Democratic Party leaders, including Gov. Roy Cooper, are calling for the resignation of Rep. Duane Hall, D-Wake, after several…

Colin Campbell

March 05, 2018

Bloomberg View

More than a few large U.S. companies have moved on guns in recent weeks. Dick's Sporting Goods said it will no longer sell semi-automatic rifles. Wal-Mart and Fred Meyer stores won't sell guns to anyone under 21. Delta, United and assorted car-rental companies are ending discount and…

March 05, 2018

If Donald Trump was aiming at China with his lofty proposed tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, he's a terrible marksman. Not only will Chinese leaders likely brush off the measures. They have good reason to embrace them.

China is unquestionably the big, bad wolf of the global steel industry.…

Michael Schuman

March 05, 2018

Before the advent of the automobile — and thus before the advent of car and gas taxes to fund surface transportation — North Carolina and other states had public roads. They were built by conscription, not by tax-paid labor. And they were often pitifully inadequate.

Although the…

john hood

March 04, 2018

Bloomberg View

Not for the first time, Jared Kushner has some explaining to do.

According to the New York Times, the president's son-in-law held meetings at the White House last year with executives from Apollo Global Management and Citigroup. As it happens, those two companies later doled out $509…

March 04, 2018

"He died hungry. He didn't eat. At least he will have food in heaven." The agony of a heartbroken mother in a faraway place called Eastern Ghouta in Syria. She cried. All she could do was cry. She had nothing to give him to eat. In a world that seems to throw away as much food as it consumes, that…

Colbert I King

March 04, 2018

The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees is ostensibly a public worker union. In truth, it is nothing more than an appendage of the Democratic Party. One hundred percent of its political contributions go to Democrats, and it works tirelessly to increase government spending…

Thiessen
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