The College Board's Sabotage of American History
A stellar group of American historians and academics released a milestone open letter yesterday in protest of deleterious changes to the advanced placement U.S. history (APUSH) exam.
Protesters demand "social justice." I hate their chant. If I oppose their cause, then I'm for social "injustice"? Nonsense.
Walter E. Williams:
President Barack Obama's stance, expressed in his 2014 State of the Union address, is that the debate is settled and climate change is a fact.
The Media's Worst Liberal Brain Cramps
Journalists are supposed to be the most informed members of society. Nothing is supposed to get past the iron traps in their brains. So which one of these concepts sounds more like a brain cramp?
I keep thinking we're done with George Pataki -- but like an order of bad clams, he keeps coming back up on me.
Conservatives Must Fight for Minority Hearts and Minds
Republican pollster Whit Ayres' new book, "2016 and Beyond: How Republicans Can Elect a President in the New America," bears a crucial message.
The Tory Party vs. Rand Paul
If John McCain, John Cornyn, Mitch McConnell, and the other Republican senators lashing into Rand Paul because of his efforts to force expiration of Sec. 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act had been alive and part of the debate back in 1775-76, they would have been blasting Patrick Henry for supporting Liberty.
Open Our Border, Then Collect Everyone's Phone Records?
A pair of decisions handed down by federal appeals courts in the last month highlight two telling pillars of recent U.S. national security strategy. They are: open our border and collect everyone's phone records.
Left Exploits Mental Illness to Push PC Agenda
My grandfather was deeply mentally ill. He spent nearly a year in a psychiatric institution after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder; he heard the radio talking to him. He became suicidal. He spent years battling the condition, until he was prescribed lithium. For the next several decades, the medication brought his mental illness under control.
Confessions of a NATO Trip Wire: Why Poles and Balts Want US Trip Wire Forces
Occasionally referred to as The Three Musketeers Clause, the NATO treaty's Article 5 exemplifies the hard diplomacy that won the Cold War.
Intelligence Agencies Need to Knock Off the Fearmongering
Parts of the U.S. Patriot Act expired on Sunday. You may not have noticed, but the terrorists did. At least that's what CIA Director John Brennan said on CBS's "Face the Nation."
Is the Economy Headed into a Recession and Will Hillary Get Caught in the Undertow?
Two of Hillary Clinton's rivals for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination tell us everything we need to know about her party's terminal political illness.
Needles, Haystacks and NSA Snooping: How a Misbegotten Metaphor Helped Defeat Mass Surveillance
"Section 215 helps us find a needle in the haystack," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said last month, referring to the PATRIOT Act provision that the National Security Agency says allows it to scoop up everyone's telephone records.
Susan Stamper Brown:
Who's Responsible for the Moral Decline?
A recent Gallup poll, "Moral Acceptability: Changes Over Time," shows Americans made a startling move to the left over the past 15 years.
Dennis Hastert and the Illinois Combine
Did Denny Hastert, former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, really think he could get away with it?
Democrats’ Excuses for Black Crime Leads to Rise in Violence
Violent crime is increasing in America thanks to Democrat politicians placing political correctness (thou shall not offend the black man) above maintaining law and order in our countrys cities.
War on the Police Has Obvious Outcome
Since the riots over robbery suspect Michael Browns death last summer in Ferguson, Missouri, and several other deaths of black suspects, America has been awash in a dialogue about police and race.
California’s Latest Assault on Help for Women and Children
The year is 1848, the place is Rochester, New York, and you are Frederick Douglass, ardent and eloquent abolitionist and former slave. You publish the anti-slavery newspaper, The North Star urged on in our enterprise, you write, by a sense of duty to God and man.
How to face the overwhelming but inevitable end of life?
The Right Side of History
If any two issues illustrate the awesome power of public relations campaigns to define important cultural and policy debates, they are abortion and gay marriage.
Paying the Price
Baltimore is now paying the price for irresponsible words and actions, not only by young thugs in the streets, but also by its mayor and the state prosecutor, both of whom threw the police to the wolves, in order to curry favor with local voters.
7 Questions You’ve Always Wanted To Ask A White Conservative
Its very difficult to discuss racial issues in America because every conversation tends to devolve down into some hostile version of, Thats racist vs. No, its not -- and nothing ever gets accomplished.
The Rape of Kitty Genovese
Over the course of the last half-century, the media has botched its coverage of numerous high profile crimes.