Perspectives



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  • 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.

  • August 06, 2019

    Debate questions that might shed some light

    Robert KnightBelieve it or not, there are ten more Democratic debates to go – and the left-lurching party must deliver.

  • August 05, 2019

    I am not dreaming of a white America

    Michael BrownWhite nationalism is based on hatred and prejudice and bigotry. (That's why it also hates Jews as much as people of color.) It is based on the unbiblical notion of white supremacy and on the unpatriotic notion of American whiteness. I categorically renounce it in spirit and word and deed.

  • August 01, 2019

    Baltimore, land of political footballs

    Shapiro

    Obfuscating Baltimore's problems because Trump put his finger on them doesn't help Baltimore any more than ignoring Baltimore's problems because Democrats govern it. 

  • July 31, 2019

    Can everyone please stop playing the race card?

    Michael BrownI don't believe for a second that "any white criticism of politicians (or, more broadly, people) of color is racist," nor do I believe that most Americans are racist. I also don't believe that most Americans want secure borders because they are racist or xenophobic.

  • July 30, 2019

    How the Left politicizes everything – even sports

    Robert KnightA liberal website strikes out with a story attacking Yankee great Mariano Rivera for not pitching as a lefty.

  • July 26, 2019

    Nadler guilty of elder abuse of Mueller

    Bryan FischerIt's almost impossible to overestimate the damage the Mueller hearings did to Democrat hopes of completing their coup d'etat against the president. All their hopes were riding on Robert Mueller, and his efforts were an abysmal failure. He went from hero to goat in five hours.

  • July 25, 2019

    Revealed: Teaching is political, it's advocacy – it's not educational

    Michael BrownParents aren't sending their children to school to be indoctrinated by politically correct teachers – and the educational industry has no business pressuring teachers or students or parents to conform to its leftist ideologies. Yet that's exactly what's happening.