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Patrick Buchanan: Time to get over the Russophobia

Posted 3/12/2018 in National Columns

Unless there is a late surge for Communist Party candidate Pavel Grudinin, who is running second with 7 percent, Vladimir Putin will be re-elected president of Russia for another six years on March 18.



Other Editors: Open records should be accessible to all

Posted 3/10/2018 in National Columns

Ever wondered what someone in government is paid -- paid with your hard-earned tax dollars? If you intend to find out, you better grab your own wallet.



Leonard Pitts Jr.: How do we handle the facts-challenged among us?

Posted 3/10/2018 in National Columns

So what should we say to Robert Ussery?



Mona Charen: Man of Steel

Posted 3/10/2018 in National Columns

"If you don't have steel, you don't have a country" declared President Donald Trump at a press availability with the Swedish prime minister. He was explaining his decision to impose a tax on steel and aluminum.



Steve Chapman: Trump's North Korea gambit could be a big deal, for good or ill

Posted 3/10/2018 in National Columns

It's not Richard Nixon's opening to China. It's not Neville Chamberlain's journey to Munich. But President Donald Trump's announcement that he's willing to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is one of those decisions that could produce important results, good or bad.



Larry Elder: Tariffs and economic populism: good politics, bad economics

Posted 3/8/2018 in National Columns

We came to expect economic illiteracy from left-wing President Barack Obama.



Patrick Buchanan: Why is the GOP terrified of tariffs?

Posted 3/7/2018 in National Columns

From Lincoln to William McKinley to Theodore Roosevelt, and from Warren Harding through Calvin Coolidge, the Republican Party erected the most awesome manufacturing machine the world had ever seen.



Mona Charen: Undrained swamp

Posted 3/6/2018 in National Columns

I don't know about you, but when I hear the phrase "drain the swamp," I associate it with clean government, transparency, ethics and such like.



Wyatt Emmerich: Mississippi dodged a bullet: Kemper is over and done

Posted 3/3/2018 in National Columns

It's been a decade, but the Kemper lignite power plant debacle is finally over and done. Mississippi dodged a bazooka.



Larry Elder: How many lives are saved by guns -- and why won't gun controllers care?

Posted 3/2/2018 in National Columns

Lost in the current debate about gun control are three important points.



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