• School Choice Is Liberty’s Last Best Hope

    Although we often hear about distinctive American features such as apple pie, baseball, and freedom of speech, the single greatest characteristic of the American way is the willingness to provide opportunity for all. Unlike its European predecessors, the United States was always meant to be a place where your standing in the world isn’t determined by who your parents are but rather by an unrelenting spirit.

  • Why Muslim Rapists Prefer Blondes: A History

    The Muslim penchant to target “white” women for sexual exploitation—an epidemic currently plaguing Europe, especially Britain and Scandinavia—is as old as Islam itself, and even traces back to Muhammad.

  • Voters to G.O.P.: We’re Just Not That Into Immigrants

    For years, Republican candidates have been assured by their political consultants that amnesty is a runaway hit with the public.

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  • Now the Turks Are All In

    Now the Turks Are All In

    All through the Cold War, the Turks were among America’s most reliable allies.

  • Cure for Racial Dishonesty

    Cure for Racial Dishonesty

    There have been several notable cases of racial fakery. Years ago, then-law professor Elizabeth “Fauxcahontas” Warren falsely claimed that her great-grandfather was Cherokee Indian. A diversity-starved Harvard University jumped at the opportunity to hire her. She was so good at the racial fakery that a 1997 Fordham Law Review article lauded now-Sen. Warren as Harvard Law School’s “first woman of color.”

  • Gerrymandering the Skies

    Gerrymandering the Skies

    Roscoe Bartlett wasn’t a big problem in Washington. Known as the “oddest congressman,” his big issue—befitting his background as a Navy engineer who worked on the space race—was vulnerability in the power grid.