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Church in Hot Water Over Football Field Baptism
Asking a Baptist preacher to baptize is like asking Colonel Sanders if he wants a bucket of chicken. Somebodys going to get dunked.
Victor Davis Hanson:
The Exhausting Ms. Clinton
Hillary Clinton's second race for the presidency is only about a quarter through, but she already seems to be causing general fatigue.
Blood On The Hands Of #BlackLivesMatter And The Media
All lives matter. That saying this is in any way controversial is a testament to just how far weve fallen as a nation. But we didnt fall, per se; we were pushed.
Jorge Ramos: Activist Masquerading As a Journalist
One can be excused if he thought he witnessed a heckler, not a reporter, being ejected from a recent Donald Trump press conference.
What the Other GOP Candidates Can Learn from Trump
According to polls, the No. 1 thing Donald Trump's fans like about him is that he "tells it like it is." I think his fans are wrong about this. But that's a column -- actually a lot of columns -- for another time.
Superheroes No More
Ridiculous stories about political correctness float around the Internet like so much ocean garbage. Occasionally, one washes up on "Good Morning America" with a larger story to tell.
Judge Andrew Napolitano:
Immigration and Freedom
The tone of the debate over the nation's immigration laws has taken an ugly turn as some office-seekers offer solutions to problems that don't exist.
Exchanging One Country For Another
Germany, alone, is expected to have received 800,000 migrants by the end of the year, four times last year's number.
Jackie Gingrich Cushman:
Of Course They Are
If you believe your emails, texts, Facebook postings and Internet activity are secure, then you live in Never Never Land, a world where boys never grow up and fairies fly through the air. Should commercial Internet transactions be secure, as they promise to be when you sign up? Yes. But "should be" does not security make.
Bicycles Don't Belong on Busy City Streets
The Arnold Arboretum in Jamaica Plain is more than a renowned horticultural jewel; it is also a splendid venue for cyclists, with miles of meandering paths and gorgeous views of Boston.
Debra J. Saunders:
Donald Trump's 'Fairness' Crusade
"All I ask is fairness," Donald Trump has told the media.
Pundits Get It Wrong About Trump and General Election
What would likely win the Republicans the presidency in 2016 would be a surge of voters who view the current ruling class -- be that a Republican Congress or the Obama presidency -- as out of touch and ineffective.
To Gay Journalist Michelangelo Signorile: Let's Have A Civil Debate
You write columns for liberal websites and I write columns for conservative websites. What is there to lose by challenging each others views publicly while we defend our own? What is there to lose by seeing whose positions best cohere morally and socially?
Clinton Email Dump Is Popcorn-worthy
Get ready to blow a fuse on the popcorn machine. The U.S. State Department is playing WikiLeaks with the emails of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who serves as co-president of the Republic of Clintonstan and also happens to be running for the U.S. presidency.
Possible Pyrrhic Victories
Two recent developments might lead to the dreaded unintended consequences: Pyrrhic victories.
The ACLU, ESAs and the Future of School Choice
Unless the American Civil Liberties Union gets its way. They recently filed a lawsuit to stop Nevadas ESAs from taking effect.
The Deadly Peril in Appeasement
Appeasement gets a bad rap but, strictly speaking, the word implies nothing more than an attempt to make peace. If aggrieved adversaries can be pacified by reasonable concessions, whats wrong with that?
Republicans and Racial Fears
After the 2008 presidential election, it was obvious that American politics was entering a new era in which race would figure less than it had before. For the first time in our history, we had a president who was not white, and it was bound to have a profound, positive impact.
Police Lives Matter Too
The killing of Fox Lake, Illinois, police Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz had nothing to do with our hashtag politics about which lives matter.
Is Work a Curse or a Gift?
As another Labor Day approaches, how are we doing when it comes to work?
Reducing Our 'Outrage Footprint'
Since the horrific shooting, each time I see pictures of Vester Flanagan (aka Bryce Williams), my heart is broken. For his victims. For his family. And yes, for him.
E = R3WCG
A good education equation needs elements that are often left out
Eric Cantor: Poster Boy of the Beltway GOP Crapweasels
Ooouuuch. My sides are still aching after last week's comical announcement by GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush that he had snagged the coveted endorsement of notorious electoral reject Eric Cantor, the former House majority leader kicked to the curb by disgusted voters in Virginia's 2014 primary election.
Walter E. Williams:
Why Home Schooling?
Many public primary and secondary schools are dangerous places. The Justice Department's Bureau of Justice Statistics and the Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics show that in 2012, there were about 749,200 violent assaults on students.