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  • December 12, 2018

    An ethics lesson for USA Today's 'queer' bullies

    Michelle MalkinHow does lying in wait in for who knows how long and publishing a smear in the middle of the night before giving someone a chance to respond line up with a newspaper's own code of ethical conduct? Answer: it doesn't.

  • December 11, 2018

    The great leveling can't put out all the lights

    Robert KnightSome of the pressure to downplay Christmas in America comes from Grinchly atheists – but some of it's the work of liberals terrified of offending immigrants from predominantly Muslim, Hindu or Buddhist countries.

  • December 05, 2018

    Thinking about what's right in America

    Star ParkerThose who choose to uproot from nations all over the world to come to America and start their lives anew are interested in what is right, not what is wrong. The U.S. is still a land of dreams and opportunity.

  • December 04, 2018

    Keeping the cold civil war from getting hot

    Robert KnightWe are in the midst of a cold civil war in which two very different visions of America are fighting. Central to the struggle is how we view the U.S. Constitution – one side reveres it as a peerless check on government power; the other, as a document so flawed that it should change rapidly with the times.

  • November 28, 2018

    When the Democrats win, freedom loses

    Star ParkerIt takes a certain blindness to miss the irony in these politicians of the left, who call for honoring and empowering individuals, and choose to do this by making them less free. 

  • November 27, 2018

    Trump and the ongoing culture war

    Robert KnightA lot of Americans have had enough of a progressively dysfunctional culture that's fueled by the left's chosen narrative for smearing anyone not aboard their socialist express – which is the main reason that Donald Trump is now our president.

  • November 21, 2018

    A lesson in racial politics from Florida

    Star ParkerGoing forward, Republicans need to tune in to black concerns and explain how the best solutions for those concerns are the conservative solutions. It could make all the difference in the outcome of the presidential election in 2020.

  • November 20, 2018

    The sensation nation

    Robert KnightSustained joy comes not from a constant pursuit of prurient sensations, but from purpose, accomplishment, and close bonds with family and friends – and from knowing that we're valued and loved by a creator God who cares enough to give us rules to live by.

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