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Parker: In luck of the draw we trust

WASHINGTON - As we evaluate the efficacy of the War on Poverty, a single, unquantifiable factor stubbornly demands attention: luck.

January 16, 2014 | Kathleen Parker | More viewpoint stories


Navarrette: A potential game-changer on immigration

SAN DIEGO - Americans are so accustomed to conservatives imploding over the immigration issue that it's a refreshing change to see liberals struggle with it as well.

January 14, 2014 | Ruben Navarrette | More viewpoint stories


Krauthammer: The right response for academic anti-Semitism

WASHINGTON - For decades, the American Studies Association has labored in well-deserved obscurity. No longer. It's now made a name for itself by voting to boycott Israeli universities, accusing them of denying academic and human rights to Palestinians.

January 12, 2014 | Charles Krauthammer | More viewpoint stories


Parker: Who’s the real bully, Christie or media?

WASHINGTON - In the days since revelations surfaced about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's office orchestrating the now-infamous George Washington Bridge lane closings, I've had at least four different reactions.

January 12, 2014 | Kathleen Parker | More viewpoint stories


Goldberg: A millennial’s rant of tired solutions

"In America," Oscar Wilde quipped, "the young are always ready to give to those who are older than themselves the full benefits of their inexperience." And they often do it in the pages of Rolling Stone.

January 10, 2014 | Jonah Goldberg | More viewpoint stories


Krauthammer: Health care law bailout is a built-in peril

WASHINGTON - First order of business for the returning Congress: The No Bailout for Insurance Companies Act of 2014.

January 05, 2014 | Charles Krauthammer | More viewpoint stories


Parker: Winning again takes a back seat to purity

WASHINGTON - If you happen to be one of those who enjoy politics as a blood sport, 2014's midterm election promises to be a carnival of gore.

January 05, 2014 | Kathleen Parker | More viewpoint stories


Goldberg: Will states’ rights go to pot?

On Jan. 1, the Centennial State (it hasn't yet changed its nickname to "The Rocky Mountain High State") became the first place in the country to legalize marijuana sales for recreational purposes.

January 05, 2014 | Jonah Goldberg | More viewpoint stories


Goldberg: Myths to ditch in 2014, for both sides

The Beltway consensus seems to be that 2013 was a bad year for the same reason nearly every other recent year was bad: polarization and partisanship. Personally, I can think of plenty of more important things to worry about than partisanship. Democracy is about disagreements, and partisanship is often a sign of healthy disagreement.

January 03, 2014 | Jonah Goldberg | More viewpoint stories


Parker: America, let’s keep hope alive

WASHINGTON - America's capacity for optimism and hope has been boundless through much of our short history.

January 02, 2014 | Kathleen Parker | More viewpoint stories


Navarrette: India incident creates a rift with close ally

SAN DIEGO - What Americans really need to kick off the new year is a dramatic improvement in our relations with India. In a world where it sometimes seems that the United States doesn't have many friends and allies, that south Asian country has become both. Most notably, since the attacks Sept. 11, 2001, India has been a partner in fighting the war on terror.

December 31, 2013 | Ruben Navarrette | More viewpoint stories


Parker: Readers, thanks for the feedback, good and bad

WASHINGTON - The year-end review required of all columnists inevitably brings us to the mailbag and a few clarifications.

December 29, 2013 | Kathleen Parker | More viewpoint stories


Navarrette: No hoorays for Hollywood

SAN DIEGO - Given what he does for a living, it is no surprise that Rick Najera's memoir about being a Latino breaking down barriers in Hollywood reads like a good movie.

December 24, 2013 | Ruben Navarrette | More viewpoint stories


Krauthammer: Year’s top story — feds take over health insurance

WASHINGTON - The lie of the year, according to Politifact, is "If you like your health care plan, you can keep it." But the story of the year is a nation waking up to just how radical Obamacare is - which is why it required such outright deception to get it passed in the first place.

December 22, 2013 | Charles Krauthammer | More viewpoint stories


Goldberg: ‘Reality’ star’s opinion spawns bogus outrage

So rednecks need to be politically correct now?

December 22, 2013 | Jonah Goldberg | More viewpoint stories


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Parker: Bears and wolves have a spot on fall ballot

WASHINGTON - If politicians preying upon your attentions this season fail to inspire, you might seek common cause with the beasts - the four-legged variety rather than those running for office.

October 23, 2014 | Kathleen Parker | More viewpoint stories


Krauthammer: Ebola threat puts civil liberties to the test

WASHINGTON - Unnervingly, the U.S. public health services remain steps behind the Ebola virus. Contact tracing is what we do, Centers for Disease Control Director Tom Frieden assured the nation. It will stop the epidemic "in its tracks."

October 19, 2014 | Charles Krauthammer | More viewpoint stories


Parker: Sometimes, a little panic might be wise

WASHINGTON - Now, now, let's not panic.

October 19, 2014 | Kathleen Parker | More viewpoint stories


A learning process: Becoming a foster parent requires thought, answers

I knew foster parents were badly needed in Hall County when my husband and I signed up.

October 19, 2014 | Shannon Casas | More viewpoint stories


Goldberg: Is real virus scarier than it is in the movies?

While disposing of a body in a mass grave, one man in a hazmat suit turns to another and asks, "When did we run out of body bags?"

October 17, 2014 | Jonah Goldberg | More viewpoint stories


Krauthammer: Allies playing a double game in Mideast war

WASHINGTON - During the 1944 Warsaw uprising, Josef Stalin ordered the advancing Red Army to stop at the outskirts of the city while the Nazis, for 63 days, annihilated the non-Communist Polish partisans. Only then did Stalin take Warsaw.

October 12, 2014 | Charles Krauthammer | More viewpoint stories


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