Columnist John Moore on hats, and why they need to make a comeback

It’s time for hats to make a comeback. I honestly thought that when Harrison Ford donned his fedora in the first “Indiana Jones” movie that hats would return to their rightful place atop men’s heads. Tom Landry was one of the last men of my youth to wear a hat as part of his attire. It didn’t matter if it was 100 degrees on the…

Editorial: Constitution isn't a 'living document'

In the final presidential debate, moderator Chris Wallace - who did an otherwise outstanding job and should be the model for future debates - ask precisely the wrong question. “Where,” he asked Hillary Clinton, “do you want to see the [U.S. Supreme] Court take the country?” That’s not what the Supreme Court is for. The Court’s role

Editorial: Clinton falsely claims her plans won't increase national debt

In a campaign season filled with wild claims and impossible promises, this has got to be one of the most impossible. Hillary Clinton says her programs won’t drive up the national debt. “When people ask me, ‘So how are you going to pay for infrastructure jobs and paid family leave?’, I say, ‘Well, I’m telling you how I'm paying for

Opinion: Liberals advance policies that hurt the poor

Thomas Sowell The greatest moral claim of the political left is that they are for the masses in general and the poor in particular. That is also their greatest fraud. It even fools many leftists themselves. One of the most recent efforts of the left is the spread of laws and policies that forbid employers from asking job applicants whether they

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A Constitutional Right to Literacy

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The Academic Curtain

Back in the days of the Cold War between the Communist bloc of nations and the Western democracies, the Communists maintained pervasive…

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