What we learn from black history

Life is not about you, but about others.

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BDS: Anti-Israel and Anti-American

Hate, destructiveness and envy do not make this world a better place. Work, creativity and personal responsibility do.

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Waking up from minimum wage fairy tales

It sounds so compassionate that a politician proposes to use the power of government to mandate what salary a business owner must pay.

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What we can learn from Simone Biles

The issue of black poverty, and black children in poverty, has not suffered from lack of attention.

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As the Cultural War rages, can we live together?

Secularists relate to government, not as a protector, but as a tool of aggression to force others to accept and live with values they reject.

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In praise of Paul Ryan

A leader in a diverse country is to keep things going in generally the right direction -- compromise is always part of the game.

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Olympics, Internationalism and Individual Excellence

The idea of the Olympics as a platform for promoting peace and goodwill among nations is particularly weak today.

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In search of new black role models

Militant left wing blacks like Jesse Williams only care when tragedy serves their message of victimhood and oppression.

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Thiel's Republicans Depart from Reagan

The culture wars that Thiel calls "fake" were not fake to Reagan.

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The new Christian black leadership

Today the NAACP is part of the status quo and, despite its rhetoric, now fights to protect special interests.

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