America on the wrong path on race and poverty

After Martin Luther King's speech, what followed were government policies defined and motivated not by content of character but by race, gender, and income.

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Economic recovery, free enterprise, and Keystone

The American recovery is happening despite government, not because of it.

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Let's get government out of the charity business

Why focus on trying to make government more efficient rather than on what government should or should not do?

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EEOC has become the problem, not the solution

Moral relativism does not neutralize the moral marketplace. It replaces one set of values with another.

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Conservative reforms to prevent future Fergusons

Five reforms the new Republican congress can pass to guarantee no more Fergusons.

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Kansas Senate race is a national election

Beyond the overriding economic control that the federal government now has over citizens, federal courts now dictate our social norms.

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Max De Pree has the answer to Ferguson

Diversity should be about about recognizing "diversity of people's gifts, talents, and skills."

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Barack Obama's zero sum world

In our president's take on the world, if there is a winner who winds up better off there must be a loser who winds up equally worse off.

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Don't mistake Tea Party birth pains for death throes

The Tea Party captures a groundswell of dissatisfaction with business-as-usual in how our country is being run.

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In today's America, 'mainstream' means left

Mainstream means shrugging your shoulders at $17 trillion in federal debt, $4 trillion in federal spending, and a tax code of over 73,000 pages.

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