There are thousands of black Americans who aren’t merely part of the populist conservative, pro-Trump movement, but who are leaders in this movement. And tens of thousands more are stepping up.
Race and Discourse
The U.S. Supreme Court has a real chance to deliver a grievous blow to a system that blights one of the nation's leading institutions. Let's hope it doesn’t blow it.
Affirmative action in the United States is not very different from the anti-Semitism a previous generation experienced in the USSR and that qualified them for refugee status.
Woke ideology isn't funded by grassroots communists. It is financed by global corporations and leftist billionaires. The intent is to destroy the sense of shared identity that defines America.
No good can come of the rhetoric that forces people into racial groups and then allows schools or other actors to make sweeping generalizations about the individuals who fall into those groups.
These neglected African American authors bring diversity, enrichment, and, above all, perspective.
“White nationalist” and “white supremacist” serve the same function in our denatured republic as “running dog of capitalism” did in Maoist China or “parasitic capitalist” did in the Third Reich.
It is not wayward elites who are abusing our democratic public, so much as the public abusing itself, when it chooses to be ruled by antiwhite racists.
If the Left gets their way, Lincoln will someday be remembered no differently than George Wallace.
If Americans are taught to reject America's founding principles, that leaves room for us to be defined and shaped by an alternative principle: identity politics.
Mythmaking is a double-edged sword. The stories we tell can build a people up or deconstruct them. Consider the contrast between “Roots” and “Hillbilly Elegy.”
Thought crimes are nobody’s business in free societies.
If the progressive notion of a “living Constitution” threw the law in doubt, woke constitutionalism will destroy all fixed or limited notions of law.
Abraham Lincoln waged a gruesome war to preserve this nation. It makes a powerful symbolic statement of our country’s demise when his statue is facedown in the mud.
Only when enough Americans are willing to endure the arrows of outrage Stephanie Martinez and Lauren Witzke did, will the tide turn against those who carelessly make such charges.
Boston University professor Ibram X. Kendi, author of the New York Times bestseller How to Be an Antiracist, sparked controversy Saturday in a tweet suggesting […]
There is no "shared sense of history, identity, and community among people who identify as Black, including those in the African diaspora and within Africa." Only left-wingers believe such nonsense.
At long last, the president tackles the "critical race theory" infecting the federal workforce.
Blind rage is driving events in America’s own “Age of Dreyfus.”
If these paragons of physical strength and skill want to show they have real courage, they should review the facts and tell hard truths.