Jack Kerwick, Ph.D.
It is Trayvon Martin, no one else, who has put the lie to the notion that he was some innocent child.
There is no one among America’s Founding Fathers who provides as articulate and discerning a vision of genuinely conservative thought as John Adams.
The fiasco with Paula Deen, the Food Network chef who will not have her contract renewed because she admitted to using a racially charged word, has nothing to do with combating "white racism."
Religious leaders from around the country unveiled an open letter on behalf of religious liberty to the Obama administration and the HHS.
Paula Deen has seen better days.
Over the last couple of weeks the celebrity chef has found herself at the center of a whirlwind of controversy after she stated in a deposition that she had employed the word “n****r” in her past.
The suicide note of Iraq War veteran Daniel Somers sheds light on the logical inconsistencies and moral confusion of Republicans.
To believe the Gang of Eight, one must be a fool. To spout its nonsense, one must be a liar.
Senatorial votes on amendments to the "comprehensive immigration reform" bill and Republican rhetoric continue to convince conservatives that the bill is just amnesty by another name and that it will not slow illegal immigration.
It is at once exasperating and laughable that the very same people who indefatigably defended the so-called “Patriot Act” now act shocked that it has been abused by the Obama administration. If they had an iota of wisdom, they would have recognized way back when that the Patriot Act itself is a standing abuse.
In his book Lincoln Unbound, National Review editor Rich Lowry says in essence that either we join him in revering the 16th president as “perhaps the foremost proponent of opportunity in all of American history" or else we support slavery.