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How To Fix Our Broken Culture

From the Right / Star Parker /

Recently published projections for the U.S. population from the U.S. Census Bureau present a picture that should concern every American.

It's a snapshot of a dying society. It's surprising and shocking that it's not getting more attention.

The Census Bureau projects that the U.S. population will stop growing toward the end of the century. ...Read more

Ronna McDaniel Is Doing Her Job

From the Right / Star Parker /

Moderator Lester Holt kicked off the last Republican debate by asking Vivek Ramaswamy, "Why should you be the nominee and not the former president?"

Ramaswamy ignored the question and chose instead to attack Republican National Committee Chairperson Ronna McDaniel, calling for her resignation, calling his party "a party of losers" and placing...Read more

The Importance of Tim Scott's Presidential Run

From the Right / Star Parker /

Sen. Tim Scott left the door open for a future presidential run with his announcement that he is withdrawing from this one.

I hope it's the case. Although Scott's presidential campaign never ignited, his presence and campaign contributed immeasurably to our national politics, and perhaps this first experience of his in the national spotlight ...Read more

Why the Left Hates Israel and America

From the Right / Star Parker /

This week, my organization, Center for Urban Renewal and Education, held an event in Michigan's 12th congressional district, the district of Rep. Rashida Tlaib.

Forty Christian pastors -- white, Black, Hispanic -- attended to speak out in support of Israel.

We brought these Christian spokespersons into the backyard of one of the most ...Read more

A Time for Truth in America

From the Right / Star Parker /

Over the last week, one conservative Republican rose up, and one conservative Republican stepped down.

Former Vice President Mike Pence, a consistent and unwavering Christian and constitutional conservative, announced the termination of his presidential campaign, saying, "It's become clear to me; this is not my time."

A few days earlier, ...Read more

We Must Restore 'Veritas' at Our Universities

From the Right / Star Parker /

According to a survey done by the Harvard Crimson in 2022, 80% of the faculty at Harvard University self-identified as "liberal." Thirty-seven percent self-identified as "very liberal."

Only 1% self-identified as conservative.

This snapshot of the politics of the faculty at the nation's oldest and leading university is not exceptional. ...Read more

Nikki Rising

From the Right / Star Parker /

Latest RealClearPolitics presidential match-up polling shows Nikki Haley defeating President Joe Biden by 4.3 points, former Presidential Donald Trump winning by 0.7 points and Gov. Ron DeSantis losing by 1 point.

Haley is capturing hearts and minds, and this warrants attention.

Per Haley's campaign, in the most recent quarter, 40,000 new ...Read more

Enemy of Palestinians Is Hamas, not Israel

From the Right / Star Parker /

The last time I wrote about Gaza and Hamas was 13 years ago, in 2010.

The point of the column was the striking contrast between how Israelis deal with life's challenges and how Hamas leads its Palestinian constituents in Gaza.

Israel withdrew from Gaza in 2005 and turned it over to the Palestinian Authority. Within two years, with local ...Read more

Kevin McCarthy Is Not the Problem

From the Right / Star Parker /

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley got to the heart of the government shutdown fireworks in her appearance on Fox News Sunday.

"Let's be clear what the Freedom Caucus is really trying to do; they are trying to cut spending."

That's of course correct. One would be hard-pressed to find any Republican, Freedom Caucus member or not, ...Read more

Our New Black Republican Leaders

From the Right / Star Parker /

Recently I wrote about Mesha Mainor, who represents a deep blue district in Atlanta in the Georgia state legislature, announcing that she is switching parties and becoming a Republican.

Mainor specifically noted her frustration with the Democratic Party in its opposition to improving education through parental choice and ongoing Democratic ...Read more

Becoming 'A Country I Do Not Recognize'

From the Right / Star Parker /

If there is one overriding theme of the Biden years, it is the systematic degradation of American freedom, pushing the lives and freedom of private citizens aside as government expands and takes over.

This is done under the rubric of the left that "government knows best."

Day by day, we are becoming what the late Supreme Court Justice ...Read more

9/11 and the Politics of Evil

From the Right / Star Parker /

Three days after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, the worst and most murderous attack on the United States in history, President George W. Bush declared "a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance."

He went to the National Cathedral and spoke to the nation, casting the horrible event in theological light, saying that the United States ...Read more



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