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Today, the Washington Post’s Michael Gerson offers a bleak assessment of the speed at which America’s fragile social compact is fraying. Gerson proffers that, to...
VRA

Discerning observers can reasonably conclude that nuance is an elusive, if not impossible, feature in American political life. The disintegration of our discourse has made...
chicago attack

Americans witnessed new feats of misanthropy on Wednesday. A group of four Chicago men and women determined to stretch the bounds of digital decency this week...
race

A toxic sort of racial anxiety has come to typify America’s political landscape. Rarely, it seems, is an issue or a politician viewed outside the...
Media Bias Hillary

Hillary Clinton’s effort to run among the most anodyne, milquetoast campaigns for the presidency in American history is apparently paying off. A candidate who dares...

This morning the Times of Israel reported on the fascinating archeological work of Caroline Sturdy Colls, an associate professor at England’s Staffordshire University. Colls just...

"For only the third time since the founding of the United States we are in the early or transition phase of a new era in...

Given the volatility and sensitivity of “racial profiling” these days, heightened by recent developments in Ferguson, New York, and Cleveland and by brand new law-enforcement...

The recent Bloomberg poll showing that a majority of Americans believe race relations have worsened on President Obama’s watch probably doesn’t have too much to...

There are many things that can be said about the decision by the grand jury not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson and the...

Mike Gallagher is a nationally syndicated radio talk-show host who has had me on his program many times in the past. Sometimes we agree, and sometimes...

Recently I wrote a highly critical piece about Senator Rand Paul and his former close aide, Jack Hunter, who repeatedly wrote racist rants, both in his own name...