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Perspectives (By Year)

  • Mar 31

    Michael BrownProtesters are demonstrating, the Obama administration is speaking out, the mainstream media is in an uproar, major companies are threatening boycotts, and even the NCAA is concerned that a new bill signed into law by Indiana Governor Mike Pence could negatively impact the "inclusive" culture of college sports.

  • Mar 31

    Thomas SowellIt's now nearly 70 years since nuclear bombs were used in war. Long periods of safety in that respect have apparently led many to feel as if the danger is not real. But the dangers are even greater now - and the nuclear bombs more devastating.

  • Mar 30

    Barber, Matt (Liberty Counsel)Let's let the prospective conservative presidential candidates decide who should run. Let's let them "unify behind a singular candidate" and then the rest of us can follow suit. Maybe I'm dreaming, but I think it could happen.

  • Mar 26

    Peter HeckFor all the insipid talk among its spokesmen about open-mindedness and tolerance, the "gay mafia" is a sworn enemy of both. Case in point: the inane opposition to Indiana's religious freedom bill.

  • Mar 24

    Thomas SowellIt is amazing how a simple question can cause a complex lie to collapse like a house of cards. The simple question was asked by Bill O'Reilly of the Fox News Channel, and it was addressed to two Democrats. He asked what has Hillary Clinton ever accomplished.

  • Mar 24

    Knight, Robert (ACRU)Barack Obama didn't like the results of the midterm elections in 2014, and so he wants to rig the system and make voting mandatory. There's only one reason to push that idea and, at the same time, oppose voter ID laws: to make it easier to commit vote fraud.

  • Mar 23

    Kevin McCulloughJim Wallis and his ilk have pretty much zero track record of anything resembling one-tenth of the kind of proactive intention or action toward societal healing demonstrated in the life of Franklin Graham – yet they're suggesting he's racist?

  • Mar 19

    Turek, Frank (Christian author)Does the U.S. Constitution require same-sex marriage? No, the U.S. Constitution requires the Court to leave this issue to the states. If you believe otherwise, then amend the Constitution.

  • Mar 18

    Michelle MalkinThe foot soldiers of the open-borders brigade are lying, deluded, ignorant or bought-off.

  • Mar 17

    Knight, Robert (ACRU)If halting a bad nuclear deal with Iran embarrasses President Barack Obama, so be it.

  • Mar 17

    Thomas SowellThey laughed when Winston Churchill warned the world about Hitler. The laughter stopped when Nazi bombers were flying over London. They laughed when Benjamin Netanyahu warned Congress about Iran. Will we ever learn?

  • Mar 16

    Dan CeliaWhen will our government begin to face facts? We need jobs – this economy is about jobs. It's about wages that equal consumer spending.

  • Mar 12

    Michelle MalkinThe costs in time, money and anxiety to hardworking families dealing with federal tax form 1095-A are enormous. The paperwork pit is like a government roach motel: taxpayers check in, but they can never check out.

  • Mar 11

    Wildmon, TimThe practice of using force to compel conversion is a historic distinctive to Islam compared to the world's other major religions. Since the 7th century, Islam has used the sword to advance its territory.

  • Mar 10

    Knight, Robert (ACRU)In a time when the most basic truths and institutions are under relentless attack, it should hearten many to know that a gargantuan cultural counterstrike is taking shape in the shadow of the U.S. Capitol dome.

  • Mar 9

    Thomas SowellThose who use the standard of "disparate impact" are seldom, if ever, asked to produce hard evidence that it is factually correct, as distinct from politically correct. That's certainly the case in the DOJ's recent report on law enforcement in Ferguson, Missouri.