Military veterans could help at-risk schools (Thomen)

Veterans could play a useful role in the schools, which might include teaching classes versus acting as security guards. Read More...

State budgeting doesn't add up (Whipple)

What has the state been doing to improve its budget picture? It appears that school district consolidation will be dropped again, the much vaunted benchmarking study for healthcare doesn't have a clear cost-cutting focus, and there is little evidence of targeted spending cuts in other areas. Read More...

The minimum wage is about politics (Whipple)

Boosting the minimum wage might seem attractive from a political standpoint, but there's no solid evidence it would benefit the Delaware economy. Read More...

Boys must be boys (Nichols)

Would you like to know why mass shooting incidents are occurring so frequently? Consider the vast changes in how boys are raised in our society. Read More...

Preparing Delaware for storms (Greer)

Global warming alarmists don't offer realistic solutions to the purported problem. Read More...

Shoe's on the other foot on shutdown (Whipple)

Democrats "shut down" the government over DACA even though the deadline for action was not until March 5th. Read More...

Welfare encourages fatherless homes (Thomen)

"Cuz" contrasts the lives of two cousins, one from a stable family and the other whose father was not present as he was growing up. Read More...

Nigel Farage wows crowd at 22nd Annual Banquet (Whipple)

Nigel Farage related how the Brexit vote in the UK was engineered and drew parallels to populist movements in the US and elsewhere. The "enemy" wasn't Brussels, it was a national leadership group that was giving short shrift to the true interests and aspirations of the British people. Read More...
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