Feinstein v. Kavanaugh

How can anyone take this seriously?

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School disciplinary policies must be local

Can it really be that hard to appreciate that all discipline problems of black children may not be rooted in racism?

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The flawed retrospectives on John McCain

America is a battlefield because America is about truth, and truth is something only won in struggle.

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Republicans can, must keep control in midterms

The NAACP's own polling shows black approval for President Trump at 21 percent, more than three times higher than the percentage of blacks that voted for him in 2016.

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King's Dream still relevant today

In addition to higher education and full-time work, the study ties three institutions to successful black men — military service, church attendance and marriage.

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Urban violence begins in broken homes

The beginning of big activist government fostered the demise of personal responsibility.

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Lessons from Apple at a trillion dollars

We can't change government. What we can do is limit its size and growth and maximize our private sector where freedom and capitalism can work.

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The Trump, GOP Economic Recovery

More jobs and opportunity is the "nothingburger" that is now being served up to millions of Americans.

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Senate Should Pass the First Step Act

It is a moral and fiscal disaster that our free nation has, per capita, more people sitting in prison than any nation in the world.

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Jim Jordan, Brett Kavanaugh and journalism by innuendo

96 percent of political contributions in 2016 identified from journalists went to Hillary Clinton.

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