For decades, U.S. policymakers have professed alarm about racial health disparities. But far from working to eliminate these inequities, many officials have been inadvertently perpetuating them.
The Democrat Party’s political funhouse hall of mirrors has finally shattered.
With a nod to Oliver Hardy, here is another nice mess the federal government has gotten us into.
Not long after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union, a ubiquitous symbol of American capitalism found its way to the streets once ruled by Stalin’s iron fist.
Last week, in this column, I wrote of George Barna’s recent research that indicates just slightly more than a third of American pastors (and even fewer parishioners) have a biblical worldview.
Last month, I traveled to Germany, Poland and Lithuania to meet with American service members and hear from government officials on the state of democracy in Europe while Russia wages war against Ukraine.
Well, it’s official. The only cheap gasoline that President Biden seems to like is the stuff he keeps pouring on the bonfire of racial grievance politics.
In his new book, “Conservatism: A Rediscovery,” Yoram Hazony makes a convincing case that Enlightenment rationalism is the god that failed.
New inflation data show annualized inflation persistently above 8%, with inflation over the past 3 months running at almost 10%.