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  • August 20, 2019

    The left stokes racist flames and demonizes millions

    Michael BrownQuestion: who brings race into almost every conversation – the President or the left? Who provokes hatred and division over race in newscast after newscast, in speech after speech, and in lecture after lecture? Answer: the academic left and its imitators in politics and mass media.

  • August 16, 2019

    Who's funding the wicked war on ICE?

    Michelle MalkinIt's not a conspiracy "theory" that George Soros' money has fueled dangerous immigration anarchy – it's conspiracy truth. Even more shocking is how much of the toxic propaganda undermining the men and women on our Homeland Security frontlines is being underwritten by unsuspecting taxpayers, churchgoers and consumers.

  • August 15, 2019

    Why we embrace conspiracy theories

    Shapiro

    Much of our tendency to believe conspiracy theories these days has to do with generalized distrust of the media – but more of it has to do with the human inability to accept widespread incompetence.

  • August 14, 2019

    Kamala Harris' hypocrisy on guns

    Star ParkerSenator Harris argues that the GOP continues to "cower" to the National Rifle Association. I say the Democrats continue to cower to Planned Parenthood – which last year made political contributions eight times greater than those of the NRA, almost all of which went to Democratic candidates.

  • August 13, 2019

    Scary lessons from history

    Robert Knight

    Relentless demonization, if unchecked, can lead to intimidation and violence. The left today is demonizing Christians, white people, conservatives and anyone supporting President Donald Trump. Unless that changes, people may start thinking that violence against the president and his supporters is justified.

  • August 09, 2019

    'Red Flag' laws too dangerous to support

    Bryan Fischer"Red Flag" laws put your right to own a firearm into the hands of the American Psychological Association or the American Psychiatric Association, who will set the standards for the mental health community. No thanks.

  • August 08, 2019

    Why can't we unify in the face of evil?

    Shapiro

    There can be no unity when one side of the political aisle firmly believes that the other side is motivated by unmitigated evil. 

  • August 07, 2019

    After the shootings – look to culture, not politics

    Star ParkerAs faith and eternal truths become more marginalized, more young people become isolated and left with a sense of meaninglessness. They lose the key framework through which one takes personal responsibility for his or her life.