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What Black Athletes Owe the Kids

Rather than taking a knee, black athletes need to raise their voices for school choice to at least give these kids a chance at a better life. Continue Reading....

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Twilight of the Obama Hipsters: Weinsteinian outings at Vox, Buzzfeed, Gawker…

What is it about sex-harassment and the glitzy, hipsterly, hyper-cutting-edge left? In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein revelations, Vox.com has some sex-harassment problems of its own. Continue Reading....

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The fall of higher education

Parents who continue to send their children to college and alumni who continue to contribute to colleges should have their heads examined.  We’ve gone way beyond “this is embarrassing.”  Continue Reading....

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The long history of Russians trying to bribe Clinton, Inc.

The efforts by the Russian mob to bribe the Clintons goes back to 1996.  Continue Reading....

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Brutal crackdown has gay and trans Egyptians asking: Time to leave?

Brutal crackdown has gay and trans Egyptians asking: Time to leave? (Third column, 14th story, link) Continue Reading....

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The Week in Pictures: Continuing Liberal Freakout Edition

(Steven Hayward) I don’t know, but doesn’t it seem that liberals and liberalism are steadily losing ground everywhere? They’ve killed the NFL; the Hollywood box office take this years was already way down before Hurricane Harvey hit Sunset Boulevard; Federicka Wilson is doing he best …

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Should Lawmakers Care How Much Fish Is in a Sustainable Fish Finger?

Earlier this week, while waiting for a flight home, I ate lunch at the O’Hare Airport outpost of The Publican, a fantastic, meat-centric Chicago restaurant. I’ve eaten at their downtown location several times over the years, sampling from their menu foods such as beef heart …

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Do Lawmakers Really Need to Meddle in the Language of Food Marketing? New at Reason

Food policy expert Baylen Linnekin examines the tendency by government nannies to control how food is marketed rather than educating the public on treating claims more skeptically: I happened upon a story about this week’s season debut of Tricks of the Restaurant Trade, a show …

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Pelosi needs to stay as Leader because there’s too many Y chromosomes around

Is Nancy Pelosi planning on stepping aside as House Minority Leader to make way for some younger, fresh talent, brimming with Berniecrat and Warrentastic pedigree? Not any time soon, folks. She’s being hit with the question on a regular basis, particularly after the Democrats’ spectacular …

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Getting the State Out of Marriage

We recently got married. Well, technically, we got married twice. One fine day this spring, we put on nice clothes and publicly performed the rites and rituals recognized by our families and community as a wedding ceremony. As part of the day’s events, we signed …

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