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Of Course, Hillary Plans To Support A Pathway To Citizenship For Illegal Immigrants Of Course, Hillary Plans To Support A Pathway To Citizenship For Illegal Immigrants

Whaddya Know: Dems To Host 2016 Primary Debates After AllWhaddya Know: Dems To Host 2016 Primary Debates After All

Michelle Malkin Michelle Malkin: What Assata Taught Me

"What Assata taught me" is the new "Hands up, don't shoot."

John Stossel John Stossel: Hillary's Armor

"This vast right-wing conspiracy," Hillary Clinton said, "has been conspiring against my husband since the day he announced." That was the "feminist" first lady's response when her husband was accused of having sex with a 21-year-old.

Walter E. Williams Walter E. Williams: Black Lives Matter

Before we examine the issue of police shootings of blacks, I would like to start the conversation with another question.

Brent Bozell Brent Bozell: 'Hate Group' Blamed for ISIS Attack

Liberals claim to be the world's boldest defenders of freedom of expression, which is, of course, nonsense.

Jonah Goldberg Jonah Goldberg: To Break the Cycle of Poverty in Baltimore, Fix the Culture of Poverty

Neighborhoods matter.

Star Parker Star Parker: Ben Carson and Baltimore

Regardless of how Dr. Ben Carson chooses to try to convince Republican voters that he should be their candidate for president, Carson's personal story is particularly worthy of the attention of all Americans during these troubled times.

Bob Barr Bob Barr: Al Sharpton – No Longer Funny

In 1987, a young, African-American woman named Tawana Brawley was found lying inside a garbage bag, reportedly unconscious and covered in feces and racial epithets.

Ben Shapiro Ben Shapiro: The New Lynch Mob

On Sunday, Democratic Maryland State Senator Catherine Pugh lavished praise on state's attorney Marilyn Mosby, who just days before announced that her office would file a bevy of charges against all six officers involved in the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray.

Austin Bay Austin Bay: Remembering Okinawa: Prelude to the Atomic Bomb

Okinawa's ground battle began April 1, 1945, when four American divisions simultaneously assaulted the 65-mile-long island.

Paul Greenberg Paul Greenberg: British Elections: A Guide For the Perplexed

As a public service, here is a brief guide for Americans to tomorrow's British elections.

Rachel Marsden Rachel Marsden: Lowering the Bar Puts American Society at Risk

Stupidity and obesity are now matters of U.S. national security. And it's only the tip of a more significant iceberg that threatens America from within.

Donald Lambro Donald Lambro: Rule No. 1 For Picking the GOP's Presidential Nominee: This Is No Time For On-the-Job Training

The pack of little-known Republican presidential candidates grew larger this week, raising this unasked question: Do any of them believe they have a serious chance of winning the nomination and the presidency in a political process that usually rewards high-profile figures who are widely known among the broad base of their party?

Jacob Sullum Jacob Sullum: Why Freddie Ran: A Fatal Injury in Police Custody Highlights Baltimore's History of Bogus Busts

When the cops chasing Freddie Gray caught up with him, they had a problem: He had not done anything illegal.

Susan Stamper Brown Susan Stamper Brown: What if SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Gay Marriage?

During a reception hosted by the group "Freedom to Marry," White House senior advisor Valerie Jarrett praised President Obama for his huge part in accelerating the gay marriage cause heard by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) last week.

Ken Connor Ken Connor: Whatever the Cost

A year ago, I wrote an article challenging the American Church to do more in the face of religious persecution of our Christian brethren abroad. At that time, the kidnapping of 276 young school girls by the Islamist group Boko Haram had captured the world's attention.

Chuck Muth Chuck Muth: Conservative Merits Of Patent Reform Legislation

In the wake of the Great Recession, the American economy continues to face an anemic recovery as we attempt to return to a period of sustained growth. In fact, just this past week, the Bureau of Economic Analysis announced that the gross domestic product grew at a rate of just 0.2 percent between January and March. Businesses both large and small are grappling with significant uncertainty and unpredictable days ahead.

Thomas Sowell Thomas Sowell: Race, Politics and Lies

Among the many painful ironies in the current racial turmoil is that communities scattered across the country were disrupted by riots and looting because of the demonstrable lie that Michael Brown was shot in the back by a white policeman in Missouri -- but there was not nearly as much turmoil created by the demonstrable fact that a fleeing black man was shot dead by a white policeman in South Carolina.

John Hawkins John Hawkins: If Everybody Likes You, You're Doing Something Wrong

Do you know how to get lots of people to hate you in America? In the age when people seem to bend over backwards to let you know that theyre offended, its actually pretty easy.

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It's Official: Ben Carson Jumps Aboard 2016 Express
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Carly Fiorina Announces She's Running For President
VIDEO: Bloods & Crips Say "United Is Key" For Freddie Gray Justice
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