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Each year, the trustees of Social Security and Medicare issue their report delivering the news, invariably dismal, about the financial condition of the nation’s two largest entitlement … more
For most people, Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. Not me, and I’m being a Scrooge. Summertime to me is the best time, bar none. It has everything a man or boy could want. It has … more
In conversations with most college officials, many CEOs, many politicians and race hustlers, it’s not long before the magical words “diversity” and “inclusiveness” drop from their lips. … more
RALEIGH — While the term “fake news” may be of recent vintage, the phenomenon isn’t. For decades, policymakers in North Carolina and elsewhere have trafficked in poorly understood, … more
Quick, grab the smelling salts and clear the fainting couches. President Trump’s pardon of conservative author Dinesh D’Souza violently triggered Beltway media elites. It’s peanut butter, … more
Since I began once again writing this column more than a year ago I have made a point to stay out of politics. . . . However, the historic summit in Singapore this week has encouraged me to briefly cross that line. more
While legal pundits are busy analyzing the implications of the U.S. Supreme Court decision Masterpiece Cake Shop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission handed down last Monday, we mustn’t ignore what the truly important judges decided last week. more
Journalism is a unique business, there’s no doubt. That’s why what happened to me last Wednesday may be one of the most unusual things ever. I can honestly say since I’ve been in the media business I have done some unusual things. … more
Robert Mueller’s investigation into whether President Donald Trump and the Russians colluded to rig the 2016 presidential election so far has borne little fruit. The Democrats and their media allies would love to find … more
To address the high price of health care, California is considering price controls. Unfortunately, this proposal mistakes the symptom — high prices — for the disease. Health care is not inherently expensive. It costs too much because we pay for it in the wrong way. more
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