By Walter Williams | 07/29/14 10:28 AM
While reading the first chapter of Jason Riley's new book, Please Stop Helping Us, I thought about Will Rogers' Prohibition-era observation that "Oklahomans vote dry as long as they can stagger to the polls."
By David Limbaugh | 07/22/14 11:07 AM
Efforts to proclaim moral equivalence are not always misguided; sometimes each side is equally at fault or close enough. But these efforts are often misguided and unhelpful -- and sometimes harmful.
By Walter Williams | 07/21/14 03:38 PM
Earlier this month, the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act was celebrated.
By Star Parker | 07/18/14 01:59 PM
It is no accident that rhetoric about race has been ramping up at a time when racial politics can be the key determinant for control of the Senate this year. At least three states - North Carolina, Louisiana, and Arkansas - are red states with vulnerable Democrat senators up for re-election that...
By Joseph Lawler | 07/15/14 06:37 PM
Do some people think taxes don't affect economic choices? If so, they should talk to Trevor Ariza and the Washington Wizards.
By Larry Elder | 07/17/14 10:33 AM
Attorney General Eric Holder, in a recent interview, reiterates the theme heard from the very beginning of President Obama's administration: opposition to Obama's agenda equals racism.
By Cal Thomas | 07/16/14 02:18 PM
It may be too soon to label it a trend and there is insufficient data to confirm it, but President Obama and his party may be losing their iron grip on their most loyal and enthusiastic voting bloc: African-Americans.
By Spencer Brown | 07/15/14 06:35 PM
Essays written by eighth-graders in California's Rialto Unified School District denying the Holocaust suggest that school officials misled the public about the assignment after it became the subject of controversy.
By David Limbaugh | 07/15/14 10:19 AM
Attorney General Eric Holder once again played the race card claiming that he and President Obama have been targets of "a racial animus" by some of the administration's political opponents.
By Walter Williams | 07/14/14 10:30 AM
Unfortunately, for the future of our nation and the world, we are too focused on government handouts rather than the most basic function of government: defending us from barbarians.
07/13/14 02:15 PM
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Efforts by the Obama administration to wring protections out of a weakened Voting Rights Act begin Monday in Texas over allegations that Republicans intentionally discriminated against minorities when drawing new election maps. A federal trial in San Antonio comes a year...
By Cal Thomas | 07/09/14 04:37 PM
Frank Sinatra's song about Chicago, "My Kind of Town," "the town that won't let you down," seems dated in light of last weekend's shooting spree that left 16 dead and dozens wounded in 53 separate incidents.
By Thomas Sowell | 07/08/14 10:34 AM
Back in the heyday of the British Empire, a man from one of the colonies addressed a London audience. "Please do not do any more good in my country," he said. "We have suffered too much already from all the good that you have done." That is essentially the message of an outstanding new book...
By Michael Barone | 07/06/14 01:23 PM
These genomic science skeptics fear that acknowledging differences between races will encourage people generally, and Americans in particular, to engage in racial discrimination.
07/03/14 08:45 AM
AMSTERDAM (AP) — An Amsterdam court ruled Thursday that the traditional figure known as Black Pete — the sidekick to the Dutch equivalent of Santa Claus — is a negative stereotype of black people and the city must rethink its involvement in holiday celebrations involving him. Debate over Zwarte...
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