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Rolling Stone: Sacred Text of the Left?

bozell webOn Nov. 9, Rolling Stone magazine celebrated the 50th anniversary of its first issue, published in the hippie Haight-Ashbury neighborhood in San Francisco. True to form, liberal journalists — who claim to care so deeply about the menace of fake reporting — honored founder Jann Wenner and dismissed as insignificant the magazine's 2015 "A Rape on Campus" story scandal.


Black-on-Black Racism at Cornell

ElderA Rasmussen poll taken in 2013 asked American adults, "Are most white Americans racist?" "Are most Hispanic Americans racist?" and "Are most black Americans racist?" Of the three groups, the winner was blacks.

What if Government Steals Liberty and Fails to Deliver Safety?

JudgeAndrewPNapolitanoWhat if the government doesn't really deliver for us? What if its failures to protect our lives, liberties and property are glaring? What if nothing changes after these failures?

Senators Are Misguided in Attempt to Lower Drug Prices

VdeRugyMost Republicans are rightfully counting on their reduction of the corporate income tax rate to lift stagnant wages. They should also continue to fight for a higher standard of living for all by reforming health care, hence lowering its costs. That requires fixing excessive government involvement and getting special interests' influence out of the way. Unfortunately, in that quest for lower health care prices, lawmakers are often tempted to take opposite routes.

Let's Help Our Media Friends

williamsI am not nearly so coldhearted and unsympathetic toward the mainstream media as some of my conservative friends, such as Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Chris Plante and Ann Coulter. In fact, my heart goes out to them.

Will the Real Populism Please Stand Up?

Writing at The American Conservative, Mike Lofgren tears into the guts of Billionaire at the Barricades: The Populist Revolution from Reagan to Trump, the latest book by Republican political commentator Laura Ingraham.

The Democrats' Preoccupation with Inequality

pragerIf you want to understand today's Democratic Party, a word search of the Democrats' debate last week provides a pretty clear picture.