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Ed Rogers: Pennsylvania election should sound big alarm for the GOP
Regardless of the overall outcome of the special election in Pennsylvania, the political message is clear: Republicans are in trouble.
Ramesh Ponnuru: Republicans mostly wrong about Conor Lamb’s views
Denton Parks Foundation ready to help community
Noah Smith: Kudlow a sign Republicans lack economic ideas
Why did President Donald Trump choose Larry Kudlow, a man who disagrees strongly with the president's tariff policy, to be the new head of his National Economic Council? Kudlow will replace Gary Cohn, who walked off the job after failing to prevent Trump from embracing protectionism.
Noah Feldman: California new cradle of states’ rights
To people in the rest of the U.S., California can seem like a foreign country. From Donald Trump's perspective, the feeling may not be purely cultural.
Adam Minter: Hawking taught us it was right to be wrong
In 2002, the future Nobel Prize-winner Peter Higgs joined several fellow physicists at a dinner in Edinburgh, Scotland. Drinks flowed, and professional invective followed.
Ed Rogers: Does Nunberg really matter?
Max Boot: North Korea, South Korea snooker Trump
Leonard Pitts: Cultural appropriation adds flavor to America
I'm here to defend cultural appropriation. "Cross-cultural influence," would be the less pejorative phrase. But the term above, with its connotations of grand-theft culture, is the one favored by some African-American activists who've had it up to here with nonblack performers borrowing the soul and style of Michael, Marvin and Prince. Singer Bruno Mars is the latest to feel their ire.
Eugene Scott: Administration focusing on abstinence-only education
Abstinence-only sex education -- long-championed by social conservatives -- is re-emerging as the preferred approach during the Trump administration, a political era in which there's increasing attention to alleged past sexual activity of its leader.
Kelley Shannon: Put spotlight on government during ‘Sunshine Month’
Jennifer Rubin: Biden looks to be serious about 2020 run
Colbert I. King: Why the Daniels case is important
I couldn't care less whether in 2006 Donald Trump had a sexual affair with pornographic film actress Stephanie Clifford -- known professionally as Stormy Daniels -- only months after his wife, Melania, gave birth to their son, Barron.