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A mission to reform lives behind bars

September 18, 2015 CLEVELAND — About a mile from where the Cleveland Indians test their fans’ patience, there is a facility that expresses Ohio’s attempt to temper justice with patience. more »»

Trump riding high coming into the CNN debate

September 18, 2015 WASHINGTON—The big question going into the second Republican presidential debate, aired by CNN from the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, is whether Donald Trump’s rivals will try to burst his... more »»

Is your baby ready to be social? Play outdoors?

September 17, 2015 It’s hard to tell when a baby is ready for their next “step;” and each little person is ready at a different time. more »»

The media’s weird Iran ‘victory’ bandwagon

September 17, 2015 On Sept. 11, The New York Times demonstrated once again the media’s peculiar sense of patriotism. The 9/11 attacks were not remembered at all on the front page. more »»

The insult generator

September 17, 2015 It’s apology season on the campaign trail. After months of botched damage control, Hillary Clinton did what she needed to do when her bureaucratic scandal first erupted. more »»

‘Have you thought about MCC?’

September 16, 2015 Today’s headline were the words that one mother told me she asked her son as he was making his college decision. more »»

In praise of monarchy

September 16, 2015 Some time in the early evening of Wednesday, London time, Queen Elizabeth II broke a record: she became the longest-serving monarch in British history, beating her great-great-grandmother Victoria’s... more »»

What a performance in Kentucky

September 16, 2015 It was the kind of rally we’ve come to expect from those Americans who think someone else’s equal rights are an assault on their way of life as perennial victims. more »»

White supremacy is alive and all too well

September 16, 2015 A New York Times obituary for Julian Bond, the civil rights icon who passed away this August, described the late leader as a “persistent opponent of the stubborn remnants of white supremacy. more »»

When it comes to storing bananas, don’t believe old wives’ tales

September 15, 2015 For years, I believed an old wives’ tale that bananas will turn black and spoil almost instantly if you put them in the refrigerator. In fact, I even passed this notion on to you. more »»

Bill could help those medically underserved

September 15, 2015 The number of Iowans residing in medically underserved areas is a serious concern. more »»

Correcting the record

September 15, 2015 Editors note: This column is being rerun as the end was inadvertantly omitted is yesterday’s edition William McGurn is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal who, according to his company bio,... more »»

Taxpayer dollars

September 15, 2015 Gov. Scott Walker is doing ads saying how he is for taxpayers saving them money. more »»

Kim Davis Is complicated

September 15, 2015 Kim Davis is the clerk of Rowan County, Ky. more »»

Correcting the record

September 14, 2015 William McGurn is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal who, according to his company bio, “writes speeches for CEO Rupert Murdoch. Previously he served as Chief Speechwriter for President George W. more »»

Kim Davis vs. judicial tyranny

September 14, 2015 “If the law supposes that, the law is a ass — a idiot.” Charles Dickens gave that line to Mr. Bumble in “Oliver Twist. more »»

Road warrior rule

September 14, 2015 Dear Dave, I’m trying to get out of debt. I make good money and do consulting for a living. I put about 4,000 miles a month on my car. more »»

Is this something you would consider creepy?

September 13, 2015 Clowns are terrifying. more »»

Ladies, too, can enjoy fantasy football

September 13, 2015 Sometimes I find it hard to believe my wife doesn’t take a more vested interest in my fantasy football tea. more »»

Pack these lunch ideas

September 13, 2015 My mother packed lunches daily for my father and myself for years. more »»



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