The complex history of black America, coupled with poor welfare state policies, has left a legacy of hard, destructive energy in our inner cities.
Life in our poor communities is in the grip of socialism, not capitalism.
One defining characteristic of these millions of men who have dropped out of the workforce is an absence of family.
The point is there are real threats. Would anyone have opposed spending $50 billion or $100 billion if it could have stopped 9/11?
Trump Administration is right on target in advancing both American and African interests by moving 'nations toward self-reliance and away from long-term dependency.'
Although New York 14 is very different from the average American congressional district, the demographic changes of our nation are headed in that direction.
'Reasoned discourse' can take place only between parties who share the same values and a similar worldview.
Most Americans think they are entitled to defined Social Security benefits because they paid taxes. It's not true.
What is the federal government doing in the family planning business anyway?
Do we really want a huge new government bureaucracy buying and packaging food baskets for 40 million enrollees?