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Here are eight big stories that have been brewing in 2014 that are likely to have a bigger impact in 2015.
We measure careers by earnings, specialization, and competition for entry. But motherhood deserves entirely different criteria for respect.
The NYPD is now actively shirking its duty to enforce the law. Mayor de Blasio should remind them there is no right to strike against the public safety.
Any time there was a cause in search of a narrative, Ben Trovato was there.
To rebuild lost villages, those bulwarks against the growth of government, start by hosting a party.
California tells businesses how warm their toilet stalls must be, what they must post on walls, and other highly intrusive and ridiculous things that strangle people’s ability to make a living.
Our economic turnaround only began in earnest when the tinkering and superfluous spending stopped.
What the Democratic Party doesn’t realize yet is that alienating the South will hurt them even in their “blue state” bubble. Just ask Bill de Blasio.
The 12 days of Christmas don’t end with Christmas. They begin on Christmas and feature parties, caroling, spiked egg nog and sales. Let’s bring ’em back.
Playing by the normal rules, the least likely outcome in 2016 is a victory by a Republican presidential insurgent.
Within a decade, a large number of Americans will join gun owners in the view that the healthcare industry cannot be trusted with personal information.
Washington DC’s City Council is moving to force religious schools to pay for employee abortions and on-campus gay advocacy organizations.
This greatest film, the most Homeric of all American films, the quintessence of John Ford’s homage to the America that was once and will not be again, was his first great film: ‘The Iron Horse.’
The magic of a white Christmas is snow’s power to cover age, dirt, and pain.
St. Nicholas brings children joy. And when we adults play Santa Claus, we emulate his giving spirit.
Do not believe anyone trying to make ‘Selma’ a factional thing, a liberal or conservative, black, white, or hashtag movie. This story of Martin Luther King Jr. and his times transcends all that.
Here’s what we can learn about J.R.R. Tolkien’s views of man and government from The Hobbit.
This Christmas, our government should demand that the Castro brothers end their decades-long reign of terror.
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