The most sacred and important task of the Supreme Court is to act in favor of individual rights.
Rachel A. Dolezal, the recently resigned president of the Spokane, Washington, office of the NAACP, has come under a bit of controversy.
U.S. foreign policy during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State was to undermine our friends and cater to our enemies.
Deal making is a tactic and a skill; it’s not a principle of leadership.
The NAACP and Rachel Dolezal stand for the same things: Victimhood above individualism; racial identity above personal identity; and collectivist socialism above private property and capitalism.
What lessons might we learn from the whole experience of the Iraq war?
Transgenders are the new privileged minority, and Bruce Jenner is their pin-up “girl.”
Only socialism could take an oil-rich nation and turn it into one where people wait in line for hours for survival rations.
American medical care is still the best. But it will not remain the best if we do not fully restore it now and fight to keep it free from ill treatment caused by government.
On Obama and his fawning academics.
College “trigger warnings” are intended to spare politically correct and coddled students any bad feelings about what they might encounter in literature. They are cousins of product safety warnings.
People have a moral right to keep what they earn, and distribute or not distribute it as they see fit.
The phenomena of hate speech and hate crime are intimately – nay, intrinsically linked.
Obama appears to believe that there’s no difference between a racist and totalitarian government like Iran wielding a nuclear weapon and a largely rights-respecting government like Israel (or the United States) having nuclear weapons.
The BDS movement and Islamic supremacism are birds of the same anti-Semitic feather.
Creating pensions that offer generous retirement benefits wins votes in the present by promising spending in the future. Promises cost nothing in the short run — and elections are held in the short run, long before the pensions are due.
It’s important for citizens to understand — and face — the fact that the problems ailing Social Security are not primarily fiscal. The problems are moral.
Non-judgmental subsidies of counterproductive lifestyles are treating people as if they were livestock, to be fed and tended by others in a welfare state — and yet expecting them to develop as human beings have developed when facing the challenges of life themselves.