Cal Thomas

Op-ed: Executing the guilty and innocent in Arkansas

Nearly three dozen men sit on death row in Arkansas, where capital punishment has been suspended since 2005. Unless clemency is granted, seven of them,... Read more

Op-ed: Gorsuch and the ghost of Harry Reid

What goes around comes around is one of life’s undeniable truisms and never more than in the politics of Washington, D.C. (the “D.C.” increasingly standing... Read more

Op-ed: The congressmen and the counselor

Tony Hall served in Congress for nearly 24 years, representing Ohio’s 3rd District. The Democrat left in 2002 to serve as the U.S. ambassador to... Read more

Purity and politics

Readers of a certain age may recall ads for Ivory Soap, which claimed to be 99 and 44/100ths percent pure. If the soap could have... Read more

Op-Ed: America’s longest war

Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to spend $1.4 billion of New York’s resources to solve the persistent problem of poverty in central Brooklyn. If he wins... Read more

Op-ed: Wiki-flood

Most Americans, I suspect, have the attitude that if the government is spying on someone there is probably a good reason.

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