Let's replace the names of Confederate figures with those of patriots who upheld America's ideals.
An encounter between militias in Louisville shows the enduring practical and symbolic importance of the right to armed self-defense.
"Garrett Foster understood that libertarianism was about speaking on behalf of those who are the most acutely affected by the abuses perpetrated by an overly aggressive and unaccountable government."
The Fifth Column podcaster is done with cancel culture, identity politics, and political orthodoxy.
Wrongful Arrest in Detroit Demonstrates Why Police Use of Facial Surveillance Technology Must Be Banned
The good news is that Boston has just barred law enforcement from using facial recognition technology.
In the name of fighting lynching, the bipartisan bill authorizes 10-year sentences for minor crimes like vandalism.
A Second Amendment hypocrite with a plan to undermine federalism
She would still be alive if politicians did not insist on using violence to enforce their pharmacological prejudices.
Harvard's Roland Fryer argues both Left and Right misunderstand or misrepresent the empirical evidence
These reforms would protect all Americans while reducing racial disparities in policing.
Frederick Douglass: "There is not a nation on the earth guilty of practices more shocking and bloody than are the people of the United States, at this very hour."
One need not believe every cop is a bigot to recognize that the problem goes beyond a few "bad apples."
When Minneapolis cops report that they used or threatened violence, blacks are on the receiving end three-fifths of the time.
They're using their Second Amendment rights to protect local businesses from riots and looting.
The New York Times Recoils at the Predictable Consequences of the Mandatory COVID-19 Precautions It Supports
When mask-wearing and social distancing rules are legally enforceable, the potential for violence cannot be avoided.
Poll: 50 Percent of White Democrats Are 'Bothered' Biden Is an Old White Man. Most Black and Hispanic Democrats Don't Care.
Identity matters more for young, highly educated liberals than it does for many minorities.
The former New York mayor is being called a racist for his former support of searching young minorities without cause.
Race to Dinner has come up with an impressive con, and the marks are paying up.
In this worldview, redemption for the founding seems impossible.
Brooklyn School Integration Is Totally Working! (Except for Some Non-Compliant Families, but They Probably Hate Diversity)
Middle-school enrollment is down 7% after a trailblazing admissions overhaul; politicians declare victory while insulting those who left.
Prosecutors are looking into a framed KKK document found at a house belonging to Charles Anderson, a Michigan police officer of over 20 years.
People are important as individuals, not as extensions of some faceless mass.
Biden misrepresented his own views, while Harris implied that opposition to busing is inherently racist.
Warren proposes giving grants to minority-owned small businesses, but regulations she supported reduced access to capital for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Columbia College Theater Students Feel Unsafe About White Students Getting Parts Written for Palestinians After None Tried Out
"It got to a place where nobody felt safe."
Meet the undergrad who is recovering the legacy of gay, socialist civil-rights activist Bayard Rustin while explicating Kanye West's conservatism.
What comes next in the Virginia governor scandal, why "Medicare for All" ain't happening, and how Baby Boomers are a fatberg clogging America's cultural sewers
State and local Democrats call for his resignation after bizarre non-apology apology.
The Manhattan Institute's Howard Husock debates Economic Policy Institute's Richard Rothstein at the Soho Forum.
Watch the Oxford-style debate hosted by the Soho Forum.
So far, the world is kind of listening. Q&A with the co-host of The Fifth Column and co-founder of Freethink Media.
But if the show must exist, I have some ripped-from-the-headlines ideas for upcoming plots.