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Repointing the Constitution, by Justice Janice Rogers Brown

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The Real White Privilege and My Radio Race War

The Real White Privilege and My Radio Race War

BY SELWYN DUKE If you look for the worst in a group, you’re sure to find it. Using a twist on an Abraham Lincoln line, I made that statement on the Mildred Gaddis Show (Radio One Detroit WCHB AM) last Wednesday during a debate on “White Privilege: Myth or Reality.” Finding myself pitted against the other guest, whose name isn’t [...]

The Northeast Nanny-staters

The Northeast Nanny-staters

And the Blizzard that Never Was BY SELWYN DUKE Call it the Blizzard of Oz. The “Snowstorm of the Century” Monday was supposed to be historic. All we got was histrionics. It turned out that the real blustery wind was hot air — and the worst accumulation was the knee-deep nanny-state politicians who think some snow warrants a [...]

My Problem with Sarah Palin

My Problem with Sarah Palin

BY SELWYN DUKE With Sarah Palin once again hinting at a presidential run, pundits and politics wonks are all the more aflutter with 2016 talk. The predictable slings and arrows of the surly left are coming her way, while her excited fans are firing up the troops. Then there are those who say that while they like the ex-governor, they don’t [...]

The Bright Side to Amnesty

The Bright Side to Amnesty

BY SELWYN DUKE See also: Immigration and American Strength To many, the above title may seem much like speaking of the bright side to malignant cancer. And did it really come out of this writer’s pen? Long a staunch immigration critic, I’ve written many articles on the subject; Pat Buchanan used one of my lines in his book Death of the [...]

2014 Election: Blacks, Hispanics, Young and Women Still Reliably Liberal

2014 Election: Blacks, Hispanics, Young and Women Still Reliably Liberal

BY SELWYN DUKE The best predictor of future voting patterns is past voting patterns, to use a twist on a famous maxim. This is probably even truer of groups than individuals, and, despite some wishful thinking to the contrary, this election cycle was no exception. As to this, Silvio Canto at American Thinker recently asked “What Happened to [...]

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