The film's portrayal of LBJ has the left up in arms.
Pro-Common Core groups astro-turf the illusion of overwhelming support for the program.
Of course, the state had nothing to do with them. But the narrative succeeded.
Who would have thought Ayers would spend his golden years basking in the glow of admiration from colleagues?
A name generally ignored during Black History Month.
Republicans need to shake off the false guilt and false reality that they have been imprisoned by.
It’s racial politics. And you don’t beat them by adopting them.
Taxpayers will foot the bill for lowered standards and leftist tracts.
Despite the speech's demonstrated failure, it is treated as worthy of student attention.
A close colleague of the former terrorist is deeply involved in designing the president's program.
Nothing to see here but the media.
On the ground, their behavior is pure Alinsky.
My unforgettable interaction with with four individuals sent to Tampa by the Pennsylvania Working Families, a front group for ACORN.
Obama's mentor was a key figure in the USSR's plan to subvert American blacks.
Their "solutions" may be adding to the problem.
What I saw at the copycat Wall Street “occupation” in downtown Atlanta.
Last century's leftist politicos left behind copious evidence of race-card playing.
A first-hand report from Atlanta, where Herman Cain announced his presidential candidacy on Saturday.
A question for Michael Medved and other “moderates.”
Agustin Blazquez has produced a compelling film that demolishes the radical heartthrob’s reputation as a brave guerrilla fighting on behalf of the oppressed.
Being thankful that “Don’t touch my junk” is today’s version of “Give me liberty or give me death.”
In some areas children are now in class, greeted by plenty of other (expensive) changes that contribute nothing to education.
The government invades the schools to assure kids that their illegal parents will not be turned in by census workers.