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Historians Say New York Times Gets History Wrong Jan. 24, 2020

Michael Barone

We live in history-making times. Not so much because of the impeachment trial going on in the Senate... Read More

The Perpetual Intersectional Revolution Eats Its Own Jan. 15, 2020

Ben Shapiro

In 2008, Democrats nominated for president a first-term U.S. senator with no serious legislative exp... Read More

What Michelle Obama Leaves Out About 'White Flight' Nov. 07, 2019

Larry Elder

Michelle Obama recently complained about "white flight" in her old Chicago neighborhood. By "white f... Read More

'Harriet': An Account of a Life Exemplified by Faith, Hope and Love Nov. 07, 2019

From the Desk of Dr. J

Go down, Moses Way down in Egypt land Tell old Pharaoh to Let my people go! This was one of the firs... Read More

Disproportionalities: Whose Fault? Nov. 06, 2019

Walter E. Williams

Jews have been awarded 40% of the Nobel Prizes in economics, 30% of those in medicine, 25% in physic... Read More

The 'Lynching' Hypocrisy Oct. 31, 2019

Larry Elder

President Donald Trump ignited yet another controversy when, on Twitter, he compared the Democrats' ... Read More

White Privilege: An Alternative Perspective Oct. 31, 2019

From the Desk of Dr. J

As I was reading about Georgia Southern University students burning Jennine Capo Crucet's novel "Mak... Read More

Identity Politics Are a Dead End Oct. 22, 2019

Froma Harrop

In her post-mortem on Hillary Clinton's failed candidacy, Donna Brazile noted that her students at G... Read More

The Age Issue Oct. 05, 2019

Susan Estrich

Is there such a thing as being too old to be president? In the fall of 1984, in his closing statemen... Read More

The Professor and Tom Brady Oct. 03, 2019

Daily Editorials

There are plenty of reasons to dislike Tom Brady — if you're not a New England Patriots fan, t... Read More

Who Cares About You? Oct. 02, 2019

Walter E. Williams

During my student days at a UCLA economics department faculty/graduate student coffee hour in the 19... Read More

Why Reparations Talk Is Harmful Sep. 20, 2019

Mona Charen

Three Democratic candidates for president, Julian Castro, Cory Booker and Marianne Williamson, have ... Read More

A Week of Heavenly Harmonizing Sep. 15, 2019

Horoscopes by Holiday, Weekly

The harmony of ideas, poetic justice, power balance, complementary relationships — these are a... Read More

If Trump's 'Bigotry' Is an Impeachable Offense, Why Did Obama Get a Pass? Sep. 05, 2019

Larry Elder

Of the reasons critics offered for President Donald Trump's impeachment, the one suggested by Rep. A... Read More

The Left Can't Stop Lying About the Tea Party Aug. 30, 2019

David Harsanyi

"In the late summer of 2009, as the recession-ravaged economy bled half a million jobs a month, the ... Read More

Two Suspects, One Black and One White, End Up Equally Dead in Colorado Aug. 30, 2019

Daily Editorials

Officer-involved shootings often leave communities sorting through complicated nuance. Details and s... Read More

It's Time to Admit It: There's No Such Thing as 'Race' Aug. 15, 2019

Laura Hollis

If the news is any indication, Democrats and the progressive left generally have virtually nothing l... Read More

Biden Goes All In on the Race Issue Aug. 09, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

Those who believed America's racial divide would begin to close with the civil rights acts of the 19... Read More

Ownership, Not Government Spending, Will Shrink Wealth Gap Jul. 31, 2019

Star Parker

With the next round of Democratic presidential candidate debates upon us, we will surely hear more a... Read More

NYC's Anti-Cop Anarchy: What Say You, Dante de Blasio? Jul. 24, 2019

Michelle Malkin

Dante de Blasio is the son of Democratic New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, who has abandoned his crime-... Read More