• Wealth Gap

    Wealth Gap

    Nearly 10,000 people turned out to hear Bernie Sanders in Wisconsin. Why? Apparently, many Democrats want socialism.

  • A Minority View

    A Minority View

    Let’s list major problems affecting black Americans. Topping the list is the breakdown in the black family, where only a third of black children are raised in two-parent households. Actually, the term “breakdown” is incorrect. Families do not form in the first place. Nationally, there is a black illegitimacy rate of 72 percent. In some urban areas, the percentage is much greater. Blacks constitute more than 50 percent of murder victims, where roughly 7,000 blacks are murdered each year. Ninety-five percent of the time, the perpetrator is another black. If a black youngster does graduate from high school, it is highly likely that he can read, write and compute no better than a white seventh- or eighth-grader. These are the major problems that face black Americans.

  • I Told You Things Are Getting Crazier

    I Told You Things Are Getting Crazier

    Lately I’ve shared my lament that in America today we are witnessing a surreal transformation of the greatest nation in history. Last week, a spate of headlines made this point better than I could make it on my own.

  • Government Crushes People - Then Writes Them Checks

    Government Crushes People – Then Writes Them Checks

    No one or nothing produces more garbage than government. And their trash has nowhere to go except all over the private sector – us.

  • Trump and the GOP Border War

    Trump and the GOP Border War

    In the 2016 race, June belonged to two outsiders who could not be more dissimilar.

  • Redistricting Not Worth the Verbal Footwork

    Redistricting Not Worth the Verbal Footwork

    “Words mean what they say,” I wrote in my Washington Examiner column one week ago. But, as I added, not necessarily to a majority of justices of the Supreme Court. The targets of my column were the majority opinions in King v. Burwell and Texas Department of Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project.

  • Looking Back

    Looking Back

    After my 85th birthday last week, I looked back over my life and was surprised to discover in how many different ways I had been lucky, in addition to some other ways in which I was unlucky.

  • Words Used to Mean Things - Then Came Government

    Words Used to Mean Things – Then Came Government

    We are a nation founded upon and (allegedly) governed by words. Beginning with – specifically, foundational-ly – the Constitution. Every syllable was by our Founding Fathers debated and carefully crafted. To ensure a limited, enumerated government, maximum freedom for We the People – and a document that clearly, concisely laid out these parameters.

  • The Wrinkle in the Affordable Care Act decision

    The Wrinkle in the Affordable Care Act decision

    “What chumps!”

    — Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., June 29, 2015

  • Don't Give Up On America

    Don’t Give Up On America

    As I’ve said, I was very alarmed, though not particularly surprised, by the two Supreme Court decisions last week in which the court’s majority blithely bastardized the English language, the Constitution, the rule of law and the very idea of truth in order to further advance the progressive agenda in this nation.

  • Vigilance Is Patriotic

    My fellow Americans: If you see something, say something — even if it means CAIR will threaten to sue you.

  • Patent Trolls and CBM

    Patent Trolls and CBM

    For anyone that is interested in becoming a lawyer, or at least thinking about becoming one, may I suggest that you get into patent law…because even in the rough Obama-economy, patent trolls are busy at work and busy is booming.

  • John Adams and American Independence

    John Adams and American Independence

    As we celebrate our independence and astounding development from a fledging nation to the world’s superpower, we should applaud the extraordinary contributions of numerous founders. One of them whose accomplishments are often overlooked is John Adams. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, James Madison, and his cousin Samuel Adams typically receive the lion’s share of the credit for the creation and early success of the United States.

  • UK: ‘Sex Groomed’ Children Preferable to Backlash Against ‘Multiculturalism’

    UK: ‘Sex Groomed’ Children Preferable to Backlash Against ‘Multiculturalism’

    Not only do recent revelations concerning the endemic sexual grooming of British girls by Muslim men demonstrate how crippling political correctness is, but they show how political correctness complements the most abusive elements of Islamic law, or Sharia.

  • What is Wrong with the New Right of Marriage?  Obergefell v. Hodges

    What is Wrong with the New Right of Marriage? Obergefell v. Hodges

    The laudable ideals of due process and equality have been commandeered by five members of the Supreme Court to remake, in their own image, the oldest and most fundamental institution —marriage.

  • Architects of Richard Simmons Obamacare Dance-off Rehired in $156M PR Campaign

    Architects of Richard Simmons Obamacare Dance-off Rehired in $156M PR Campaign

    A publicity firm that produced a costly webcast for California Obamacare featuring a gyrating Richard Simmons was retained, along with another company, for three more years at a cost of $156 million

  • Media Hide Facts, Call Everyone Else a Liar

    Media Hide Facts, Call Everyone Else a Liar

    When Donald Trump said something not exuberantly enthusiastic about Mexican immigrants, the media’s response was to boycott him. One thing they didn’t do was produce any facts showing he was wrong.

  • Heroes, Villains

    Heroes, Villains

    Have you seen the new Jurassic Park movie, “Jurassic World?”

  • A Minority View

    A Minority View

    The nation’s demagogues and constitutionally ignorant are using the Charleston, South Carolina, AME church shooting to attack the Second Amendment’s “right of the people to keep and bear Arms.” A couple of years ago, President Barack Obama said, “I have a profound respect for the traditions of hunting that trace back in this country for generations.” That’s a vision shared by many Americans, namely that the Constitution’s framers gave us the Second Amendment to protect our rights to go deer and duck hunting, do a bit of skeet shooting, and protect ourselves against criminals. That this vision is so widely held reflects the failure of gun rights advocates, such as the NRA and Gun Owners of America, to educate the American people. The following are some statements by the Founding Fathers. You tell me which one of them suggests that they gave us the Second Amendment for deer and duck hunting and protection against criminals.

  • Supreme Court Lets Obama Administration Say Words Don't Mean What They Say

    Supreme Court Lets Obama Administration Say Words Don’t Mean What They Say

    For most people, words mean what they say. But not necessarily for a majority of Supreme Court justices in two important decisions handed down Thursday. In the most prominent, King v. Burwell, Chief Justice John Roberts, writing for a 6-3 majority, | Read More »