Opinion | The Resilience of the Black American

Taxpayer-funded institutions are now adding their voices to the movement against “systemic racism”—the invisible legacy of slavery and discrimination that

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Opinion | An Actual Playing Field Shouldn’t Be a Political One

Sports need politics the way the pope needs a bowling trophy. For a spectator, sports provide a relief from politics

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Opinion | Obama’s Filibuster Swipe

Anticipating a November romp, prominent Democrats have been dropping hints that they’d scrap the filibuster for legislation if they win

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Opinion | Margaret Sanger Gets Canceled

Margaret Sanger has been morally promoted to the rank of Confederate general. It comes courtesy of Planned Parenthood of Greater

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Opinion | The News Media Becomes Fluent in Newspeak

‘War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.” Part of George Orwell’s genius lay in his insight that manipulation

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Opinion | Hating Clarence Thomas

Even by Twitter standards, the response to Thursday’s two Supreme Court decisions on President Trump’s tax records was revealing. For

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Opinion | Princeton Sets a Bad Example

I will matriculate this fall at Princeton’s School of Public and International Affairs. I’m disappointed by the university’s decision to

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