To build black wealth, change policies

Fifty years after passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, isn't it time for some new thinking?

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March on Washington 2013 brings liberal distortion

The liberals who control the event have little interest in serious thought about why there have been failures.

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We need to restore the spirit of capitalism

As the new American oil boom attests, it is freedom and capitalism that releases the human spirit, taps human creativity and produces prosperity that could never come from any government planner.

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Blocking Walmart from Washington, D.C., would hurt poor

Politicians would rather have no new jobs at $12.50 per hour than 900 new jobs at $10 per hour.

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Reject Gang of 8's immigration reform deal

Employment set-asides designated for unskilled foreign workers, with wage levels determined by the government, are nothing but a stick in the eye to competing low-wage workers in the American market.

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Detroit's financial debacle holds lessons

If we are going to save our cities, we need to get back to what built them in the first place: Freedom, enterprise and entrepreneurship.

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Let Israel trip open President Obama's eyes

I saw a once-barren land -- a land once described by Mark Twain as "a desolate country ... a silent and mournful expanse" -- now fruitful and ripe.

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Overreliance on entitlements harms U.S.

It is no accident that as the American welfare state grew, the American family collapsed.

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U.S. fiscal policy is detached from reality

Economic growth happens when success and risk taking is rewarded and sloth and failure is not.

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Time to stop the debt charade

Politicians know that the money they are spending ultimately will come out of every American household.

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