Will the Supreme Court decide for education freedom?

It is low-income minority children who have been the victims of absence of religious liberty in education.

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Secretary Ben Carson's innovation in homeless policy: Thinking

No one has a 'right to shelter' at taxpayer expense.

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Noisy presidential politics is a good sign

If the political stage is polarized, it is because the nation is polarized.

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Black Americans are doing great under Trump

This is good news for everyone except those who are more unhappy that Donald Trump is president than they are happy that blacks are working.

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Cuccinelli right to keep the focus on freedom

Is "freedom" what primarily defines our nation, or is it welfare and redistribution of income?

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Our changing values should worry us

The founders of the country saw the nation's existence, its faith and its posterity as a package deal. It all went together.

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Israel right to shut out Tlaib and Omar

Who invites guests whose motive is to destroy their host?

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Kamala Harris' hypocrisy on guns

The Second Amendment, as Sen. Harris should know, is not primarily about going hunting.

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After the shootings -- look to culture, not politics

There is a sickness in the soul of our nation, and that sickness plays its way through and winds up expressed in deadly, pathological acts of lonely, lost, confused individuals -- disproportionately, young males.

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Ownership, not government spending, will shrink wealth gap

The average annual return on Social Security over the last 40 years has been about 1 percent per year and stocks returned 6 percent per year.

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