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  • January 17, 2018

    The deceitful road to abortion

    Robert KnightDescriptors such as "bait-and-switch" and "sleight-of-hand" aren't often associated with judicial rulings – but that's exactly what happened along the road to legalized abortion on demand and the resulting assault on the family.

  • January 12, 2018

    Trump can take credit for black unemployment drop

    Star ParkerRather than obsessing about what particular politician to praise or excoriate for certain economic results, our discussion should be about policies – not about personalities.

  • January 11, 2018

    Is 'evangelical' synonymous with hypocrite?

    Michael BrownWhile I rue our many failings as evangelicals, I also recognize that we will always be branded hypocrites and liars and charlatans by a hateful world. As long as we march to the beat of a different drummer, this will continue to be the accusation.

  • January 10, 2018

    The virtue-signaling anti-virtue crowd

    Ben ShapiroOn Sunday, Hollywood held itself a festival of virtue-signaling at the Golden Globes – but America knows posturing when it sees it.

  • January 09, 2018

    Unmasking the folly of 'emperors'

    Robert KnightA willingness to deny reality pervades our culture. We don't have a monarch with the power of life and death over us, but we do have an elite that expects us to ignore obvious truths and swallow all sorts of immoral whoppers.

  • January 08, 2018

    Blackwater: Black-listed and betrayed

    J.M. Phelps (CSpotlight.com)The Department of Justice, particularly the FBI, continues to reveal itself as a corrupt organization that hasn't ceased to play political favorites – and that should concern all Americans.

  • January 05, 2018

    Has President Trump lost his mind – or has CNN lost its bearings?

    Michael BrownIt used to be unethical for psychiatrists to "diagnose" politicians based solely on their public actions or statements, without conducting an actual in-person examination. But now that Donald Trump is president, psychoanalysts apparently have the green light to publicly comment on his mental health.

  • January 04, 2018

    Optimism about Trump in 2018

    Star ParkerThose who voted for Donald Trump wanted something completely different – and Trump isn't disappointing them. But what's causing doubters to sit up is that he's accomplishing it in a big way.

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