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The Incoming Congress May Look Diverse, But Diversity Of Thought Is Dwindling

November 30, 2018 by

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By Star Parker ~ The headlines about the incoming 116th Congress scream that our representation has never been so “young,” so “blue,” so “diverse.” If diversity is about how people look, this Congress is very diverse. It’s a fact that there has never been so great a number of representatives who are women and people […]

A Lesson In Racial Politics From Florida

November 24, 2018 by

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By Star Parker ~ Now that, finally, the elections in Florida have reached a conclusion, there are lessons worth learning. One is on the subject of race. There was a fateful anomaly in racial voting in the governor’s race between Democrat Andrew Gillum and Republican Rick DeSantis, now Florida’s governor-elect. Given that Gillum, formerly mayor […]

The Battle To MAGA Continues

November 8, 2018 by

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By Star Parker ~ America’s Founders demonstrated that government is art, not science. The secret is in balance. Biennial congressional elections strike the right balance for the need for stability with the need for change. Midterm elections take place with the continuity of a sitting president. Whoever is in the White House will continue in […]

Fake News Threatens Our Nation

November 1, 2018 by

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By Star Parker ~ President Donald Trump was right to tweet out: “There is great anger in our Country caused in part by inaccurate, and even fraudulent reporting of the news. The Fake News Media, the true enemy of the people, must stop the open & obvious hostility & report the news honestly and fairly. […]

The 2 Lessons We Should Learn From Apple’s Success

August 10, 2018 by

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By Star Parker ~ Apple has become the first U.S. company in history to attain a trillion-dollar valuation. Here are a few thoughts about the relevance of this to our country today. The story of Apple is the story of Steve Jobs. He co-founded the company in 1976 at the age 21, was fired from […]

America Divided Against Itself, Again

June 29, 2018 by

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By Star Parker ~ On May 22, 1856, Rep. Preston Brooks entered the floor of the United States Senate, approached abolitionist Sen. Charles Sumner, and beat the senator with a cane, almost taking his life. Brooks was provoked by a passionate anti-slavery speech that Sumner had delivered in the Senate three days earlier, in which […]

Pride Month Has Become A Time For LGBT Activists To Pursue Political Enemies

June 22, 2018 by

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By Star Parker ~ In 2014, high-tech executive and CEO of Mozilla Brendan Eich was forced to resign from the company he helped found and build, because he made a $1,000 contribution to support traditional marriage in the California marriage referendum. According to accounts, Eich was subject to vicious attacks through social media for his […]