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I recently stopped by a country store in Harnett County and listened to a group of farmers discuss the stress and hardship brought on by President Donald Trump’s trade wars with China. One … more
Editors note: Star Parker is off. The following is a column by Dennis Prager. Ask any young person — even a young child — “What do you want to be?” and just about everyone will answer, … more
Early this morning like every morning, while I enjoyed my morning cup of coffee, I grabbed my phone and scanned my favorite alternative news website to search for entertaining news stories to share … more
During my student days at a UCLA economics department faculty/graduate student coffee hour in the 1960s, I was chatting with Professor Armen Alchian, probably the greatest microeconomic theory … more
A little more than two years ago, I wrote a column titled “What Margarine Can Teach Us About Climate Change.” Inspired by a book excerpt in National Geographic, that column summarized just one … more
RALEIGH — About this time last year, progressive activists and Democratic politicians were trumpeting the news that North Carolina was 49th in the country in friendliness to teachers, according to … more
In the Old Testament, Isaiah speaks of a time when there will be no war, when enemies become friends, concluding his prophetic vision by saying that a “little child shall lead them.” I remembered … more
RALEIGH — I don’t think North Carolina should expand Medicaid under the provisions of the Affordable Care Act. It’s the wrong response to the wrong problem, paid for in the wrong way (with … more
“Do you know why they call it a superstition?” Mr. Patrick, my sixth-grade teacher, asked the class. He had just told us about an old friend who died a horrific death with welts and boils, rashes … more
Ben Carson, the neurosurgeon-turned-secretary of housing and urban development, has written many books. One of them is called “You Have a Brain.” The book is not about neurosurgery. The … more
As some of you know, my friend Jerry and I meet most every morning to solve the world’s problems over breakfast at our local McDonald’s. Nicknamed the Erwin Avengers by our wives we take great … more
Camille Paglia is a professor of humanities and media studies at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where she has been a faculty member since 1984. Paglia describes herself as transgender, … more
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