Dinesh D'Souza 'America' makes good points for the U.S., but not once does the movie name individual rights or individualism as the nation's founding ideal.
Is the destructive behavior of Western governments a sign of premeditated ignorance, pragmatism, or suicide?
Regardless of our political leanings, we should be wary of big government in all its forms.
Is it within the capacity of black Americans to make it in this society without the special favors variously called racial preferences, quotas, affirmative action and race-sensitive policies?
Edward Cline’s detective series are also available. The list is growing.
Americans who gather to protest the high-handed way this administration has sneaked illegal immigrants into their communities can expect the race card to be played against them. The time is long overdue to stop being intimidated by such cheap — and dangerous — political tactics.
Dinesh D’Souza ‘America’ makes good points for the U.S., but not once does the movie name individual rights or individualism as the nation’s founding ideal.
An ill-conceived undertaking by a businessman who sadly does not understand the novel.
Americans are too focused on government handouts rather than the most basic function of government: defending us from barbarians.
How would an unedited State of the Union address sound if Obama said what he really meant?
What can explain Hamas’s nihilistic determination to destroy Israel? And what should be done about Hamas?
In a market, everybody wins. With government planners, it’s always “My way or the highway.”
Republicans’ launching of foredoomed symbolic actions like lawsuits and impeachment are an irresponsible self-indulgence.