Robert Knight

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  • February 19, 2019

    Misreading the Covington teens in MAGA hats

    Robert KnightWe have come a long way, but still need racial reconciliation. It's harder to come by when Democrats and their media allies grind salt into those wounds, create new ones, and make sure they stay open and raw.

  • February 12, 2019

    Hypocrisy is a great teacher

    Robert KnightTo quote Yogi Berra: "You can observe a lot by watching." That's my hope for young people who have been seduced by the Democrats' siren song of socialism and their cynical charges of "racism" to smear anyone who disagrees with them.

  • February 05, 2019

    A growing record of insanity

    Robert KnightCultural Marxists have taken over one of America's major parties, as evidenced by Democrats' embrace of culturally corrosive attacks. As GOP Representative Liz Cheney puts it: "They really have become the party of Karl Marx."

  • January 15, 2019

    A crisis when it suits them

    Robert KnightSince the federal shutdown began three weeks ago, the liberal media have presented dozens of Chicken Little stories claiming that the sky is falling.

  • January 08, 2019

    Playing ball with the mobocracy

    Robert KnightJust before Christmas, Major League Baseball (MLB) served up a home run to the Castro regime.

  • December 19, 2018

    Having a Merry pagan Christmas

    Robert KnightThe Left in America favors almost any religious expression other than orthodox Christianity, which is why it's soft on paganism and even Islam.

  • 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 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.