Fifty years after passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, isn't it time for some new thinking?
The liberals who control the event have little interest in serious thought about why there have been failures.
It is high time that the black pastor, rather than the black politician, return to leadership in black American life.
Where is the money going to come from to pay for all the subsidized purchases of government insurance?
The Gosnell trial showed the nation that in America today, we have abortion factories where live children are being killed.
As the new American oil boom attests, it is freedom and capitalism that releases the human spirit, taps human creativity and produces prosperity that could never come from any government planner.
Politicians would rather have no new jobs at $12.50 per hour than 900 new jobs at $10 per hour.
We have huge disconnects among large parts of our population about what a free and moral country is about.
This is the latest in a long process of the unraveling of American culture driven by pride -- the sense that we answer to no higher authority.
Today we have a big problem with the word "life" that, according to our founding Declaration, we all have a right to.