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Bravo has this to say about hormonal birth control (the kind that really works): Women "don't want to live every day having to take a carcinogen."
Most Americans pine for normal leadership. That's what Democrats must offer.
The dispute centers on the Endangered Species Act. Since its enactment in 1973, the law has pulled numerous native animals and plants from the jaws of extinction.
It is a mark of the habitual liar to tell untruths that don't even advance one's cause.
If you like exploring the great outdoors, as I do, you probably enjoy shopping (or at least looking) in those high-end stores serving campers, hikers and the like.
Two remarkably different articles on dressing for business appeared in The Wall Street Journal on the same day. Both purported to offer advice.
What would a sensible immigration policy look like?
In our highly polarized era, we too often judge election results from the confines of partisan politics.
A resurfaced Barack Obama has uttered those three little words: "Medicare for all."
As large parts of America burn or drown under weird weather conditions made more extreme by global warming, California and other states are doggedly pursuing solutions.
Would someone kindly tell us which companies Bernie Sanders would nationalize, starting with Bernie Sanders?
We cannot deny that voters bearing similar racial, gender or sexual attributes can help put certain candidates over the top. That's electoral politics.
A friend who worked as a senior editor at Princeton University Press once told me that his most interesting authors were people who had held ordinary jobs at some point in their lives.
As the academic year starts, we can expect to hear new tales of censorship at colleges and persecution of faculty who go astray from prescribed views.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency over an environmental disaster that he insists has nothing to do with him.