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racism

In April 1961, National Review editor William F. Buckley published the first of what would become a multi-essay broadside targeting the John Birch Society founder...
fight dirty

Conservative political analysts seem so wrapped up in the matter of whether or not Donald Trump can, no one has given much thought to whether...
statues

When James Clapper, Obama’s former director of national security, said last night that he questions President Donald Trump’s “fitness to be in this office,” he...
Silly Season

August is traditionally the silly season in American politics and journalism, and this August is living up to the sobriquet. Apparently, not even celestial mechanics is...
donald trump

When the president of the United States passed on his third opportunity to condemn unequivocally and without caveats Nazi sympathizers marching in his name, John...
Charlottesville

The only morally acceptable response to the events in Charlottesville is full-throated condemnation. Full stop. This is not the time for moral equivalencies. The barbarism...
diversity

This Halloween, University of Oregon Law Professor Nancy Shurtz ran, with the best of intentions, into a buzz saw. At a party, to which she invited...
fake news

Republicans are racist. That’s been the predictable smear the left has hurled at the GOP for decades. It was always ever groundless and cynical. Under...
trademark

Last week, the Supreme Court agreed to hear oral argument in Lee v. Tam, a case that could determine whether the United States Patent and...
police shootings

What if the popular narrative about police racism that's being pushed by Black Lives Matter and others in the wake of last week's fatal shootings is based on...
racism

President Obama stated something that was incontrovertibly true on Saturday when he said, “America is not as divided as some have suggested.” He’s right. The...
donald trump

After almost a year of Donald Trump’s outrageous statements that have posed no obstacle to his winning the Republican presidential nomination, is it really worth...