No argument for Obamacare’s repeal can top the simple fact that Members of Congress do not want it to apply to them. Today’s Politico reports that the House and Senate congressional leadership—both Democrats and Republicans working in cahoots with Obama Administration officials—have been secretly negotiating for months trying to find a way to exempt Members [...]
During decades of watching both collegiate and professional football, I have seen hundreds of touchdowns scored by black players — but not one extra point kicked by a black player. Is this because blacks are genetically incapable of kicking a football or because racists won’t let blacks kick a football? Most of us would consider [...]
Whose interests are immigration laws supposed to serve — and whose interests do current immigration reform proposals actually serve? In order to have any immigration policy serve any purpose, the border must first be secured. Otherwise American immigration policy exists only on paper, and is mocked by what happens on the ground, as masses of [...]
Britain’s late Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher said it all when she wrote that the world has “never ceased to be dangerous,” but the West has “ceased to be vigilant.” Nothing better illustrates her point than the fact that the West has imported vast numbers of people who hate our guts and would love to slit [...]
I don’t think it’s necessary to compare Alinsky’s foul character with that of James Madison. That would be an insult to Madison. This column will dwell on a species of wisdom not possible to Alinsky, Frank Nitti, or even to any contemporary politician.
Quack multiculturalism is the name Frisby gives to the vision of multiculturalism that promotes the falsehoods and distortions that dominate today’s college agenda, sold under various names such as “valuing diversity,” “being sensitive to cultural differences” and “cultural competence.”
If taxes only concealed hidden costs of what we buy, we’d be lucky, but taxes are destructive in another hidden way.
Obama and the Middle East Should Learn a Lesson From America’s Founding Fathers
When Margaret Thatcher first became Prime Minister of Great Britain in 1979, some claimed it was a man’s job. Thatcher ultimately proved herself more up to the job than any man or woman of her time—or today’s time either, for that matter.
In some cities, unemployment for black working-age males is more than 50 percent. Let’s look at this, but first let’s look at some history.