The nation is becoming increasingly polarized on the very fundamental question regarding the extent to which individuals have control over their own life.
President Trump holds the cards. He promised during the campaign to move the embassy. Will he do it?
Without reform, this will continue, the poor will continue to get subpar government health care, and our national budget will continue to gush red ink.
You don't need a Ph.D. in economics to understand that a country that punishes success is going to be less wealthy than a country that rewards it.
Despite a complicated and hard history, blacks need to trash the cynicism they harbor against this great nation.
When relativism takes over and we lose a sense that there is any absolute truth, everything becomes politics rather than learning.
Black politicians want us to believe that the economic laws that work for whites don't apply to blacks.
Trump will incur all costs, and take all action, to ensure that he we will win.
Many viewed the abolitionists as extremists, fanatics who refused to accept compromise that would permit slavery in America.
What really bothers liberals is that the original text of our Constitution is rooted in an even higher source — the Judge of our judges.