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Tyrades! by Danny Tyree Some fathers are entirely too serious. They’re paranoid about their children finding out that they had their own youthful indiscretions and regrettable choices. (“I don’t make mistakes. You can ask any... More
Now that two of my daughters are away at college and the one still at home basically views me as an ATM in an unfashionable neighborhood, I’ve tried to find myself a hobby. Since I’m... More
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg deserves to take a bow following his undeniable victory. A New York jury delivered a guilty verdict in a trial largely devoid of political theater and intense media upheaval. That's... More
A century ago, President Calvin Coolidge signed the Johnson-Reed Immigration Act, also known as the Immigration Act of 1924, which precipitated a two-generation-long pause in mass migration. Upon Coolidge’s signature, multiple benefits to citizen workers... More
Our politics sure is divided these days. Tempers are flaring and minds are rigid and closed. Here's the solution: the wit and wisdom of legendary humorist Will Rogers. “The short memory of voters is what... More
I have never been married, nor do I have any children. I grew up around married people. I descend from a whole line of married people. I have friends who are married people. I deeply... More
Donald Trump's historic guilty verdict coming Thursday night means none of this week's most popular cartoons feature the first felon to have a serious shot at becoming president. Instead, we have a delightful mix of... More
Making Sense by Michael Reagan Mark my words. Democrats will be sorry on Nov. 5 because of what they did this week in New York City. They and their friends in the liberal media can... More
I miss playgrounds. Not just because playgrounds symbolize a carefree, joyous attitude toward life, but also because when I was a kid, I could cross the monkey bars without having vertigo. Now, the only thing... More
Tyrades! by Danny Tyree June 7 will be a bittersweet day in TV history, as the final “Wheel of Fortune” hosted by Pat Sajak airs. Sajak announced his retirement plans a year ago, allowing himself... More
Right-wing politicians have made no secret of their disdain for the rule of law as well as our current state of democracy. One of the more blatant acts of far-right hostility to our current government... More
When Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker delivered his commencement address at Benedictine College earlier this month, the outrage was primarily focused on his comments about a woman’s place in society. The sisters who clutch... More
It was the first time in my childhood I had an excuse for coming home late for dinner, but nobody — not even the cops — would listen. In the summer of 1972, when I... More
Our list of the most-reprinted cartoons was a real smorgasbord this week, with topics ranging from the increasing role of artificial intelligence to the collapse of Red Lobster. I particularly enjoyed Bob Englehart's cartoon about... More
Making Sense by Michael Reagan We can argue forever about left-right politics and why the country is going to ruin. But it is Memorial Day weekend. Let's forget the endless political warfare being waged in... More
From the sublime to the ridiculous, America invents. From the airplane to Jell-O, and in between, we somehow understand intuitively what people want and figure out how to get it to them. That’s put us... More