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The Greed of ‘Keep Your Rent’
Commentary "Keep Your Rent" is a radical collectivist mob-style campaign based on greed and jealousy that encourages tenants not to pay rent due on April 1. In March, about 1.6 million ...
April 1, 2020
Parenting: How to Crush It
Do people still say, “crush it?” I don’t know—I’ve been parenting for a while now.
February 27, 2020
Virginia Walden Ford: A Lifelong Education Advocate
Our failing public schools weigh heavily on many Americans' minds, but Virginia Walden Ford is an optimist. After ...
January 2, 2020
Congressional Democrats’ Recent Playbook: Blame the President and Ignore Personal Accountability
Commentary Following last week’s tragic and senseless stabbing attack in New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-N.Y.) politicized the ...
January 2, 2020
It’s a Hard Knock Life: Teaching Resiliency to Our Young People
I was in the public library browsing Sam Weinman’s “Win at Losing: How Our Biggest Setbacks Can Lead ...
October 24, 2019
Sanders Is Trying to Buy Votes With Student Loan Forgiveness
Commentary To quote former President Ronald Reagan, “Here he goes again.” Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) recently ...
July 5, 2019
Bruce L. Hartman
Hats Off to All the Fathers Who Are Men
Commentary This isn’t going to be one of those sentimental Father’s Day articles, even though that’s what I ...
June 16, 2019
Regulating Sex on Campus: The Worst of Both Worlds
Commentary There may be no law in your family about exchanging birthday cards or gifts. If there is ...
May 6, 2019
Dogs on Social Media ‘Take Responsibility’ With Little Bits of Help
Most dogs just want to please their owners: They protect the home and family, offer company, and some ...
April 2, 2019
Why Is Communism Evil?
Commentary Communism is not evil because of the estimated 85 million to 100 million deaths caused by Marxist-Leninist ...
December 20, 2018
Time Management for Kids
“Now, class, it’s time for morning work. First, please clear your desk. Then take out your pencil. Take ...
July 16, 2018
The Perverse Rise of Killer Robots
The development of "killer robots" is a new and original way of using human intelligence for perverse means.
October 13, 2015
Global Q&A: ‘Who should be held responsible for the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine?’
Investigations need to successfully determine who is responsible with appropriate punishment to follow. This is what Epoch Times ...
December 7, 2014
Epoch Times Staff
Social Responsibility Increasingly Becoming Integral Part of Corporate DNA
Transformational leadership is evolving to manage higher levels of corporate social responsibility.
October 31, 2012
‘Dress for Success’ Challenge Encourages Corporate Responsibility
The annual “Dress Me For Success” corporate challenge ended recently in Vancouver with a fashion show...
Eric Trump Must Testify in New York Probe Before the Election, Judge Rules
Chinese Leader Xi Jinping Thinks US State, Local Officials Are ‘Weak Links’: Pompeo
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Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Top Democrats Unveil an Anti-Corruption Reform Package
Landlords’ Group Sues CDC Over Pandemic-Era Eviction Moratorium
White House Calls for ‘Targeted’ Aid as Congress Stalls on Stimulus
Kentucky National Guard Activated in Louisville Amid Breonna Taylor Unrest
Hundreds Come to Pay Respects to the Late Justice Ginsburg
CBO Projects Massive Federal Deficits; House Dems Want Earmarks
Trump Says He Wants a Nine-Justice Supreme Court for Potential Election Legal Battle
Up to 70 Percent of KN95 Masks From China Don’t Meet US Health Standards, Study Says