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Thanksgiving is a great time for counting our blessings and expressing gratitude. In challenging times, an attitude of gratitude is all the more important, and this year has been one of the most difficult for so many! Nevertheless, we’ve seen many people in communities across our country who…

Beijing is trying to convince the incoming Biden administration that U.S.-China relations can be smooth and positive — but only if Washington dumps the Trump administration’s policies, ignores China’s worst behaviors and pretends everything is fine. That scheme depends on convincing Presiden…

Because of Donald Trump, Vice President Joe Biden thundered during the campaign, the U.S. “is more isolated in the world than we’ve ever been. ... America First has made America alone.”

It’s easy to imagine Joe Biden’s presidency opening badly. COVID-19 may still be spiking. The economy could slip back into recession. Mitch McConnell might still control the Senate and block every major proposal. Donald Trump will be unleashed as National Narrator, blasting everything that happens.

On Sunday, March 11, 1945, as his infantry unit paused in Acht, Germany, to prepare for the dangerous crossings of two rivers, the Moselle and the Main, a slender, bespectacled captain and former violinist in the Kansas City Philharmonic found a typewriter and wrote a letter to his son.

Joe Biden is more than just a stop-the-madness alternative to an unhinged incumbent. He could be a transformational president who guides the nation through wrenching changes.

With Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the Supreme Court all but certain, Democrats are toying with ways to reform the court, with presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden proposing a bipartisan commission to study options.

Colorado voters will soon have a historic opportunity to overcome a monumental injustice. If voters choose to say “yes” to a citizens’ initiative on the state’s Nov. 3 ballot, wolves will again mingle on a continental scale, from the Arctic to Mexico. Harnessing direct democracy to instigate…

I am a third-generation Colorado rancher and I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that it’s a terrible idea to vote Nov. 3 to bring back wolves to western Colorado. It threatens ranchers like me as well as people’s quality of life in this half of the state. The small, iconic ranches of …

America has more diffuse anger than there are suitable objects at which to direct it, so some members of Congress are demonizing large tech companies. This, while pandemic-confined Americans are ordering even more stuff from Amazon and Googling even more than usual.

The reasons for a traditional conservative to oppose President Trump’s reelection grow daily. There is his abdication of leadership in the coronavirus pandemic; his active encouragement of citizens to adopt reckless and unhealthy behavior; his corruption of public institutions for political …

“Apres moi, la deluge,” predicted Louis XV after his army’s stunning defeat by Prussia’s Frederick the Great at the Battle of Rossbach in 1757. “La deluge,” the Revolution, came, three decades later to wash the Bourbon monarchy away in blood.

Big Tech is the biggest threat to democracy and must be reined in by Congress before our rights enshrined in the Constitution protecting free speech and freedom of the press are placed in the dustbins of history.

In the seconds after LeBron James won his fourth NBA championship Sunday night, becoming the first player in league history to lead three different franchises to a title, a fan congratulated him on Twitter before letting James know he has unfinished business:

At her confirmation hearing on Tuesday, Judge Amy Coney Barrett held up a blank pad of paper in a demonstration of how she was working without notes. That blank page was also a symbol of how she wants all of us to see her: pure, unsullied, with a mind that is at once finely honed and free of…

This week, Democrats struggled to explain why Judge Amy Coney Barrett should not be confirmed to serve on the Supreme Court. They trotted out hackneyed arguments, suggesting that some political norm had been broken by a Republican president nominating a judge to be confirmed as a justice by …

The Supreme Court will be on center stage Monday with the start of Senate confirmation hearings for Amy Coney Barrett. The court is also now at the center of the presidential election as some Democrats demand that — if their party controls the White House and Senate after the election — the …

The 2020 election isn’t about whether to expand the size of the Supreme Court. It isn’t about whether Democratic nominee Joe Biden states his position on court-packing. The election is about one thing: a referendum on the dangerous presidency of Donald Trump.

The American flags were massive, flying at full staff everywhere as, on an overcast Saturday evening in the White House Rose Garden, President Trump announced Amy Coney Barrett, dressed soberly in an espresso-colored dress, as his nominee for the Supreme Court.

I have many progressive friends who, already anxious about our country, are finding the possibility that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg might be replaced by Amy Coney Barrett almost too much to bear. But I have known Barrett as a friend and colleague for more than 15 years, and I can assure wor…

In my late 20s, attending a conference for women’s lawyers in the ’70s, I sat in the front row of a large auditorium for the keynote address by Ruth Bader Ginsburg, founder of the American Civil Liberties Union Women’s Rights Project. I was mesmerized.

A few weeks ago, Ruth Bader Ginsburg officiated the wedding of a family friend. She looked as brilliant as always, and as tiny. A photograph circulated on social media — Ginsburg in her white collar behind a lectern — and the responses were joy giving way to panic. How dare these newlyweds p…

With the release of liberal journalist Bob Woodward’s taped private conversations with the president — suspiciously released just weeks before the upcoming election — Democrats are now attacking Donald Trump for downplaying the pandemic publicly while conveniently ignoring their role in dimi…

Democrats like to lecture America about its purported white privilege whilst ignoring their own liberal privilege on full display.

There are dumb, trivial stories, and then there’s the story of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s recent visit to a hair salon, during which she apparently took her mask off her face while getting her hair washed. If you’re a consumer of conservative media, you would have thought this earth…