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Linda Chavez

Linda Chavez

Linda Chavez is a political commentator and the chairman of the Center for Equal Opportunity. This is the third short story about North Korea she has published in Commentary. They are parts of a collection in progress: Stories of the Hermit Kingdom.

Park kept his eyes on the two guards near the entrance to the gravel pit. The heavyset soldier the men called Toothache massaged his swollen...

Turning conservative opinion around on the contentious issue of immigration will not be easy. But without such a shift, conservative candidates will find it difficult...

The following is from our November issue. Forty-one symposium contributors were asked to respond to the question: Are you optimistic or pessimistic about America’s future? _____________ There...

Having worked with Mitch Daniels in the Reagan White House, I wasn’t surprised at his decision to put his family before his ambition. Among the...

President Obama’s speech on immigration reform in El Paso was high on patriotism and politics, but low on practical means to achieve immigration reform. His...

She held the large plastic bucket in front of her as the midwife severed the umbilical cord with a blood-smeared butcher knife before tossing the squirming...

Massachusetts Democrats have now joined Republicans in Wisconsin, Ohio, and elsewhere in taking on public employee union benefits. Last night, the Democrat-controlled House voted 111...

Commitment to “diversity” on college campuses is nothing new, but the debate over what true diversity might look like on an elite college campus took...

How can Obama say in one breath that he “truly believe[s]” that “Republicans want to do the right thing,” and in another that...