Robert Knight (2018)

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  • June 12, 2018

    Deconstructing young minds

    Robert KnightSince November 2016, the deep state and its media allies have spent considerable time and money cultivating animus toward President Trump and the Republican-led Congress among younger voters.

  • May 22, 2018

    Swallowing the false promises of unexamined socialism

    Robert KnightIn the United States, surveys show that many millennials are not merely soft on socialism but openly support it. They think capitalism benefits only the "1 percent" and no one else, despite America's matchless record of upward mobility and prosperity.

  • May 15, 2018

    Why the Mormon exodus from Boy Scouts is good for boys

    Robert KnightDespite winning every single court challenge to their policies, the Boy Scouts had been doing a duck and hide the past several years. They abandoned public defense of their values and embraced only freedom of association, which any bone-headed group could claim.

  • May 08, 2018

    Giving Trump's accomplishments their due

    Robert KnightHere's a question for President Trump's conservative critics, including some well-meaning evangelicals who rightly express concern over character: Would you really prefer to have a "more presidential" chief executive who promotes socialism, open borders, abortion, sexual anarchy and the criminalization of Christianity?

  • May 01, 2018

    The unreliable 'facts' of a fact-checking site

    Robert plays fast and loose with the First Amendment and makes Christianity a target.

  • April 24, 2018

    In praise of Chick-fil-A's 'infiltration'

    Robert KnightSomehow, I doubt Dan Piepenbring of The New Yorker will do a piece fretting about the "infiltration" of hundreds of Muslim immigrants who run food carts and newly opened stores in New York featuring halal food. But Christians and chicken in the Big Apple? That's a different story.

  • April 17, 2018

    A black-robed counterrevolution

    Robert KnightDonald Trump understands the gravity of the opportunity before him to restore judicial integrity and the rule of law to the federal bench. By all accounts, the newly robed Trump judges are restoring a badly needed balance.

  • April 10, 2018

    The anti-Trump media caravan rolls on

    Robert KnightIf there isn't a handy domestic controversy, leave it to The Washington Post to inject the anti-Trump meme into a foreign story. The newspaper has a lot invested in its narrative of Mr. Trump as crazy, hopelessly unfit, in Russia's pocket, and in need of swift removal.

  • March 20, 2018

    The great California train wreck

    Robert KnightCalifornia’s fiscal folly would be laughable if everything that started in California did not wind up on our doorsteps from Alaska to Georgia.

  • March 13, 2018

    Transgressing the diversity dictate

    Robert KnightIn the name of diversity, how about we stop rigging the law to punish folks who just want to go about their lives as if reality matters?

  • March 06, 2018

    The power of gratitude

    Robert KnightThings go better with gratitude – and even better with gratitude toward God.

  • February 13, 2018

    Free money and pigeons

    Robert KnightIn a classic California move, the leaders of a city that's broke have decided it's a good idea to hand out $500/month to some residents for two years – with no limits on how it's spent ... and evidently no concern for how it might affect people's self-esteem.




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