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Discrimination and Prejudice Nov. 25, 2020

Walter E. Williams

Some of the confusion in thinking about matters of race stems from the ambiguity in the terms that w... Read More

Blacks of Yesteryear and Today Nov. 04, 2020

Walter E. Williams

I was a teenager, growing up in the Richard Allen housing project of North Philadelphia, when Emmett... Read More

The Disunited States of Oppression Oct. 20, 2020

Michelle Malkin

Is there any clearer sign of how privileged a society is than the disproportionate amount of time th... Read More

Racial Deception Oct. 14, 2020

Walter E. Williams

During slavery, many black women, often in a forcible union with a white man, bore mixed-race childr... Read More

Why Are They Capitalizing 'Black'? Sep. 22, 2020

Dennis Prager

A few months ago, I noticed that my published column spelled "black" "Black." As I had submitted the... Read More

Today and Yesterday Sep. 09, 2020

Walter E. Williams

In matters of race and other social phenomena, there is a tendency to believe that what is seen toda... Read More

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Nonsense Sep. 02, 2020

Walter E. Williams

Check out any professional and most college basketball teams. Their starting five, and most of their... Read More

The Progressive Racism of the Ivy League Aug. 18, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

If the definition of racism is deliberate discrimination based on race, color or national origin, Ya... Read More

Is That Black Enough for You? Aug. 14, 2020

Marc Dion

What kind of Black are you? Are you Barack Obama Black — with a Black father who wasn't around... Read More

History of a Colorless Man Jul. 24, 2020

Marc Dion

I'm a white man. I'm not "courtesy white," either, like some of the very light olive ethnics. It tak... Read More

Rising Diversity Is Joe Biden's Worry, Too Jul. 21, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

Is her racial diversity America's greatest strength? So we are told. Yet, even before America become... Read More

The Afterlife of America's Original Sin Jun. 25, 2020

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." — George Santayana I am amaze... Read More

Beholding My Country at a Distance Jun. 17, 2020

Cole Brown

I moved away from America while on the eve of completing my first book. It was a coincidence, but I ... Read More

The Colors of Romance Jun. 12, 2020

Marc Dion

"I have black friends." "I don't see color." "All lives matter." "I never owned a slave." Yup. Yup. ... Read More

Progressive Cities and Black Education Mar. 25, 2020

Walter E. Williams

A recent report by Chris Stewart has shed new light on some of the educational problems faced by bla... Read More

The New Racism Jan. 08, 2020

Walter E. Williams

A voter may dislike a black, homosexual or female candidate, but it's not likely that he would openl... Read More

Democrats' Diversity -- Only in the Back of the Bus Dec. 06, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

The "Our diversity is our strength!" Party is starting to look rather monochromatic in its upper ech... Read More

How to Get Yellow-Stained Bed Pillows White Again Dec. 04, 2019

Everyday Cheapskate

Favorite bed pillows get a lot of use every night. We keep clean pillowcases on them and don't think... Read More

Fraud in Higher Education Dec. 04, 2019

Walter E. Williams

This year's education scandal saw parents shelling out megabucks to gain college admittance for thei... Read More