Opinion | A Vote to Acquit Trump Is a Vote for a Lie

The second impeachment trial of Donald Trump has been a rout for the pro-impeachment side. They made the case through

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Opinion | We Don’t Need Another Patriot Act

A violent mob stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, intent on overturning the results of the presidential election. We

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Opinion | Trump and the Failure of the Expert Class

The Trump years had something for almost everyone. Progressives had the satisfaction of righteousness and a justification for daily outrage.

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Opinion | The Republican Future Starts Now

President Joe Biden’s inauguration marks not only a new administration’s beginning but also a new chapter for the loyal opposition.

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Opinion | Harvard Accuses Elise Stefanik

Elise Stefanik grew up in a working-class family in upstate New York, where her father and mother ran a small

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Opinion | It Took a Strong America to Survive 2020

Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin, Ali Khamenei, Nicolás Maduro and Kim Jong Un doubtless were gleefully munching their popcorn as the

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Opinion | Blacklists Are the Rage in Publishing

I am an independent book publisher, and in recent days I have been taking calls from journalists asking which authors

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Opinion | Joe Biden Can Learn From the Gipper’s Example of Unity

As he prepares to address the nation on Inauguration Day, President-elect Joe Biden faces a speechwriting challenge that confronts all

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Opinion | The Promise and Peril of Facial Recognition

Federal, state and local law-enforcement agencies are using facial-recognition technology to identify the members of the mob that assaulted the

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Opinion | Insurrection Demands Forceful Response

Over the summer, as insurrection gripped the streets, I called to send in the troops if necessary to restore order.

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