Book Review: The conflicted legacy of Father Ted Hesburgh

We shall always hope to find them [newly-free countries] strongly supporting their own freedom--and to remember that, in the past, those who foolishl ...

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William Donohue: Police threaten to arrest Catholic journalist for not using 'proper' pronouns for transgenders

A sexually confused teenage English boy, Jackie Green, now 25, decided when he was 15 to ?transition? to a girl. Never mind that this is ...

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Jason Riley: Joe Biden used to be right about slavery reparations

Former Vice President Joe Biden gestures while speaking during the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Legislative Conference in Washin ...

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Walter Williams: Where Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gets it wrong about economics

Some Americans have much higher income and wealth than others. Former President Barack Obama explained, “I do think at a certain point you&rsqu ...

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Larry Elder: Jewish bigotry from black liberals is a long-time problem

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., denies that anti-Semitism is “on the rise” within the Democratic Party. He’s right. This is not a rec ...

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Carl Jackson: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is wrong -- blacks thrive with a free market

If America is “garbage” like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez claims, shouldn’t she support building a wall on our Southern border to spare ...

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Newt Gingrich: What Beto O'Rourke's campaign is really about

Robert Francis O’Rourke’s first few days as a presidential candidate reminded me how much we miss the great talent of Tom Wolfe. Wolfe ...

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Star Parker: What happens when liberal fascists ambush Chelsea Clinton?

The retreat into labels, identity politics, is the lazy man's formula for justice.†

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Star Parker: How the GOP can win as America becomes less white

Blacks are more conservative and less liberal than the typical Democrat.

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Pat Buchanan: Democrats use slavery reparations to split their party along race

Having embraced “Medicare-for-all,” free college tuition and a Green New Deal that would mandate an early end of all oil, gas and coal-fi ...

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James Thunder: The border wall battle is beyond eminent domain

The mainstream media think readers and listeners are fools. Here are two graphics from the front page of the New York Times of January 15 (the online ...

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Star Parker: President Trump's new pro-life rule protects freedom

It is inconceivable that an American citizen who believes and understands that abortion is the destruction of human life should be forced to fund, with their tax dollars, those who perform it.

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Newt Gingrich: How George Washington stopped his generals from overthrowing Congress

When you observe Presidents' Day, whether you are spending a long weekend with friends and family or just relaxing and catching up on chores or h ...

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Ken Blackwell: The 'Green New Deal' is well underway -- how Americans can fight back

Politicians in Washington are often immersed in endless political fights with little regard for the impact of the policies they are actually fighting ...

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Jason Riley: Why Trump's supporters understand deal-making, no matter what Ann Coulter thinks

In economics, the law of diminishing returns describes the shrinking benefits associated with additional capital expenditures. Beyond some point, the ...

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Pat Buchanan: Democrats in danger with rising minority of far-Left minorities

Both of America's great national parties are coalitions. But it is the Democratic Party that never ceases to celebrate diversity — racia ...

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Star Parker: Black neighborhoods illustrate how socialism is already here

Life in our poor communities is in the grip of socialism, not capitalism.

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Walter Williams: Blacks flee Democrat-run cities -- so why do blacks keep voting for them?

In 1976, Gerald Ford won 15 percent of the black vote. Thatís the most of any recent Republican presidential candidate. In most elections, blac ...

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Jason Riley: Why teachers' unions really strike

When the United Auto Workers walk off the job, no one pretends that they are acting in the interests of car buyers. Everyone knows union members want ...

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