Chilton Williamson, Jr.
November was a bad month for the left. First, Hillary Clinton was defeated in the presidential election by Donald Trump. Then, Fidel Castro died at 90 after a long illness.
James O. Tate
There are so many difficulties with our National Anthem that it’s hard to keep up with them all. But the explicit question that it asks is actually a pertinent question today, and not only one about the bombardment of Fort McHenry in 1814.
Affirmative action, for liberals, is a means toward the end of egalitarianism. The policy originally sought to end discrimination in government employment but expanded into a quota system that taxpayer-funded universities use against Caucasian women.
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The wailing and keening over the choice of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to head the EPA appears to be a lead indicator of a coming revolution far beyond Reagan's.
Christmas leads to the heart of our culture; the War on Christmas leads nowhere.
The more appointments that Trump makes of men and women determined to follow through on his campaign policies, the more his opponents will attack him.
On November 29 Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan raised many eyebrows when he declared that Turkey’s military involvement in Syria, which started in the last week of August, had the objective “to end the rule of the tyrant al-Assad who terrorizes with state terror.”