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Time to Drop Colleges’ Racial Quotas and Preferences

Michael Barone, When a policy has been vigorously followed by venerable institutions for more than a generation without getting any closer to producing the desired results, perhaps there is some problem with the goal. That thought was prompted by a New York Times story headlined “Even With Affirmative Action, Blacks and Hispanics Are More Underrepresented

‘Kerosene’ Maxine Waters: How Much Longer Will Her District Tolerate Her?

Larry Elder, Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., has become President Donald Trump’s fiercest congressional critic. In eight years, Obama never had a Republican nemesis the likes of Waters, who recently said, “I’m taking the gloves off.” Seventeen years ago, I wrote Waters a letter. She never answered. It read, in part: Congresswoman Waters, Your power in

Ditch the Ninth Circuit? What Trump gets right (and wrong)

President Donald Trump has set the liberal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in his sights. “Absolutely I have considered” proposals to break up the Ninth Circuit, President Trump said last week.  Opponents of his policies have engaged in “judge shopping” to find friendly courts to enjoin, he claimed, most recently his executive orders punishing sanctuary

Tufts and Brandeis College Admin. Promote Terrorist Propaganda, Silence Opposing Views

Sara Dogan, Brandeis professor: “Zionist olive trees grow wondrously on Palestinian corpses.” Editor’s note: Tufts University and Brandeis University are the latest two schools named to the Freedom Center’s report on the “Top Ten College Administrations Most Friendly to Terrorists and Hostile to the First Amendment.” These campuses provide financial and institutional support to terrorist-linked

The media’s new question on Trump: ‘Will he talk himself into a war?’

Howard Kurtz, President Trump is creeping up in the polls now that foreign policy has seized center stage. With his domestic agenda lagging for now, Trump is discovering, as his predecessors did, that a president has far greater latitude on the world stage. At the same time, global events have demanded an administration response. It’s