As high school and college students prepare to head back to school, they’re set to enter a lion’s den of anti-American, leftist indoctrination. Here are eight books conservative students need to balance their politicized fare.
What I didn’t realize then, and what the white NeverTrumpers show no signs of realizing now, is that majority, establishment black race teaching functions a bit like a Trojan Horse.
Sowell’s calm and calculated look at racial disparity in America is a stunning work of brevity and reason.
The state of our political discourse is saddening. But sometimes people are called upon to be better than their leaders—and this is one of those times.
The American middle class is disappearing. This is what everyone says, all the time. The only problem is: it’s not true.
What unites the right against Donald Trump is that we stand for ideas, rather than for the power and aggrandizement of a single man.
Thomas Sowell talks to The Federalist about government’s most destructive economic intrusions.
History shows leftist policies, not racism, have decimated the African-American community. Here’s how to reverse that and end race disparities.
The Obama administration has a nasty habit of pretending that “economists” agree that every policy proposal from the White House is awesome.
The primary objective of a race-based policy discourse is to shield liberals from the discomfiting substance of attacks on policy by critics and dissenters.
The irony of Chris Mooney’s thesis – that conservatives are inherently more biased – is that it runs contrary to the views of many social psychologists working in the area.
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