What appears to be the gun-control crowd's most winnable argument is as irrational as the rest.
He knows not what he speaks.
When Hagel promises his “commitment to their [LGBT] civil rights,” we can be sure that he has no idea whatsoever what he is actually promising, and neither does anyone else.
Gunning for your guns. More: Illinois Democrats Move to Ban Most Modern Firearms
The University of Virginia president used to be an articulate critic of affirmative action.
The Century Foundation's Richard Kahlenberg finds the term increasingly malleable.
Diversity worship turns the landmark ruling on its head.
HUD busts the liberal bastion (Barbara Boxer's former district!) for insufficient minority population. (Update: Also, read Howard Nemerov at the Tatler: Marin County Shows Its True Colors)
Any organization that purports to oppose divisive labeling that doesn’t oppose racial labeling should be treated as the fatuous laughingstock it is.
Government incentive helped build the transcontinental railroad ... but not without wasting tens of millions, enabling massive fraud, and running the Union Pacific company into the ground, ruining its shareholders.
I wonder how many liberals who think it un-American to oppose the Ground Zero mosque are ready to support Annie Chambers Caddell.
No, there are not a bunch of Confederate monuments in the Union states, and the few there are were not erected for "graciousness and reconciliation."
A Washington Post article describing the latest progressive response to the tea party movement may be the most unintentionally hysterical reporting of the year.
The Timesman as would-be biblical and constitutional scholar.
A royal, stupid, unnecessary mess, involving Ken Cuccinelli, VA's new Republican attorney general.
Schools like the University of Pennsylvania twist themselves into pretzels trying to pretend they admit students "without regard" to race or sexual preference.
Harry Reid says that his opponents are on “the wrong side of history,” but does history have sides?
Will the movement for gay rights follow the same trajectory as racial equality — from non-discrimination to preferential treatment based on sexual persuasion?
Remember Rigoberta Menchu, 1992 Peace Prize winner, a choice also based on talk rather than actual achievement?
The full implications of requiring Americans to buy health insurance have not been sufficiently appreciated — or feared.
Whenever a politician says nothing in his proposed legislation requires this or that, you can be pretty sure that both this and that will be crammed down the public’s throat in short order.
Obama spoke of "civil rights" and "discrimination," but his definitions of the terms were something else entirely.
Obama and Gates articulate a radical view of "equality" that progresses way beyond the simple absence of racism.