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racism

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...
mob

It’s still not 1968, but it’s sure starting to feel a lot like it. Americans may have thought that the darkest moment of the 2016 presidential...
death penalty

If politics makes for strange bedfellows at times, the same is sometimes true for discussions about the law. Yesterday in a fascinating meditation on the...
race relations

Few American presidents have entered office with expectations on them set as high as they were for Barack Obama. He failed to meet most of...
Patchogue

Perhaps Donald Trump’s campaign would have been wise to avoid controversy and not schedule a campaign appearance at a dinner in Patchogue, New York. The...
racism

While the Republican presidential frontrunner’s support appears as solid and stable as any celebrity’s, it would be a mistake for political observers to claim that...
Donald Trump

It's a safe bet that a crippling bout of soul searching will overtake the political press the very minute that Donald Trump secures the 1,237...
dog whistle

The umbrage industry on the left is good at manufacturing incidents in which people they don’t like get accused of making racist, anti-Semitic, or otherwise...
Flint

A few days after both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders grandstanded about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan during the Democratic presidential debate, the effort...