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No, the United States Is Not Systemically Racist Sep. 29, 2020

Stephen Moore

In the second half of the 20th century, from 1950 to 2000, Black people in the United States experie... Read More

207 Members of Congress Ask Court to Rethink Roe v. Wade Jan. 15, 2020

Star Parker

In March 2020, the Supreme Court will rule on the constitutionality of Louisiana's new abortion law,... Read More

Census Numbers Undercut 'Ascendant America' Theory Jan. 03, 2020

Michael Barone

From the first years of the one-fifth of this century already completed, we've been told that a new,... Read More

Univision Tilts the Newsroom and the Courtroom Jun. 19, 2019

Tim Graham

Just like its star, the showboating anti-Trumper Jorge Ramos, Univision cannot simply act like a "ne... Read More

Party of the Rich: Democrats Hold the 20 Wealthiest Congressional Districts Dec. 26, 2018

Terence Jeffrey

Each of the nation's 20 wealthiest congressional districts, when measured by median household income... Read More

What The Times Misses About Poverty Sep. 14, 2018

Mona Charen

It's an affecting story. Matthew Desmond, writing in The New York Times Magazine, profiles Vanessa S... Read More

The 2010s Look More Like Trump's Ideal America Than Obama's Jan. 05, 2018

Michael Barone

One of my favorite Christmastime presents is the Census Bureau's release of its annual population es... Read More

A 'Read-My-Lips' Moment for Trump? Sep. 15, 2017

Patrick Buchanan

"Having cut a deal with Democrats for help with the debt ceiling, will Trump seek a deal with Democr... Read More

Possible Errors in Exit Polls Suggest More Election Surprises Ahead Jun. 14, 2016

Michael Barone

Are the exit polls, on which just about every elections analyst has relied, wrong? That's a question... Read More

Obamacare After Obama Sep. 22, 2015

Froma Harrop

The morning of the recent Republican debate, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that the number of unin... Read More

Taxes Destroy Dec. 31, 2014

Betsy McCaughey

The U.S. Census Bureau announced last week that New York slipped to fourth place in population among... Read More

Reliability of Economic Data Undermined by Digital Revolution Jul. 18, 2014

Scott Rasmussen

The economic data that drives so much political debate is becoming increasingly less reliable in the... Read More

Dependency, Not Poverty Feb. 12, 2014

Walter E. Williams

There is no material poverty in the U.S. Here are a few facts about people whom the Census Bureau la... Read More