Ramos Can Stay, But Matt Lauer Has to Go
I finally found a Mexican willing to do a job no American will do!
Jackie Gingrich Cushman:
The Value of Awe
Selfies, followers, likes and the fascination with celebrity anythings (chefs, decorators, stylists, authors, etc.) are just a few of the ways that today's society focuses attention on individuals.
Victor Davis Hanson:
Knocking On War's Door
The next president will face a terrible dilemma. To restore order, he or she will have to convince our allies that we are recommitted to their security.
Some Lives Matter
The black community is home to the presidents greatest supporters, unwavering in its loyalty. So many of the hopes of the past, present and future were vested in him in a way that is incomprehensible to anyone outside that community. And Barack Obama failed them in monumental ways.
All Gave Some, Some Gave All -- Memorial Day Salute
On November 11, 2011, Congress voted to award a Congressional Gold Medal for the 20,000 black Marines of Montford Point, the first blacks to serve as Marines. I write about Staff Sgt. Elder -- and my struggle to understand him -- in my latest book, "Dear Father, Dear Son."
Commander in Chief's Job is National Defense, Not Climate Change
A front-page headline in the Wall Street Journal screams out: "Islamic State's Gains Reveal New Prowess on the Battlefield."
No Memorial Day For Inner-City Dead
While Memorial Day weekend featured the traditional parades, barbecues and moments of silence at baseball games for those who gave their lives in wartime to preserve our freedoms, in some of America's biggest cities virtual shooting galleries produced the sort of carnage more likely to be found in the Middle East from Islamic State terrorists.
Conservatism 101: Who is Really a Conservative?
Most Americans, including most Republicans, do not understand what conservative philosophy, principles, and policies are.
Debra J. Saunders:
Ruthless Trials Show Iran Can't Be Trusted
"We have police. They arrest girls or women for having bad hijab or not being covered enough. But it's not that we live with the police in our head. You know?"
The Costs of a $15 Minimum Wage
Liberals learned an unforgettable lesson: Price controls on gasoline don't work. In recent decades, when gas prices have soared, Democrats have shown no desire to repeat the lesson. But they embrace a similar approach for another problem: low pay for many workers.
Arthur Schaper :
Condi Isn't Running: Get Over It
One of my ongoing political passions is the California US Senate race.
The Longest Hatred
A few statesmen are fighting the latest trend in anti-Semitism
A Modest Proposal for Education Reform
Before he passed away recently, John M. Templeton, the distinguished physician and philanthropist, questioned: "Should we tolerate a public educational system with its entrenched self-interest which virtually every inner-city parent knows is destroying any hope or possibility of their children achieving meaningful opportunity in a 21st-century economy?"
The Quiet "Revolutions" of Personal Choice
It's graduation time again, and that means speeches, speeches everywhere. As someone who has taught at universities for the past 25 years, I have heard plenty of them.
Chicago: The Perfect Place For Rand Paul's Campaign
I've found the perfect place for Sen. Rand Paul to campaign for the presidency of the United States.
CRB Killed the Radio Star
Its the Buggles and 1979 all over again. Except this time its not video killing the radio star, its the Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) threatening to kill Internet radio.
This is the season of college graduations, and many people may be wondering what kinds of gifts would be most appropriate for young people leaving the world of academia and heading out to face the challenges and opportunities of adulthood in the real world.
Bernie Sanders' Foul Socialist Odor
Socialist genius Bernie Sanders has figured out what's really ailing America.
Walter E. Williams:
Liberals Respect Me
During the early years of the Reagan administration, a Washington news conference was held for me for my first book, "The State Against Blacks." Before making summary statements about the book, I offered the reporters assembled that they could treat me like a white person.