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Burris: Supreme Court doesn’t need fixing, everything else does

By Trevor Burrus | The Supreme Court has been in a political crosshairs recently, and various reforms have been proposed to “fix” the court. But the court, especially in recent months, has proven it does not need to be fixed. What should be fixed is our continued focus on addressing our problems in Washington, D.C., rather […]

Manak, Grabow: The Canada-U.S. relationship is all smiles. For now.

By Inu Manak and Colin Grabow | In his first bilateral visit with a foreign leader, President Joe Biden had a virtual sit‐down with Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The stakes were high, not least because Biden cancelled the permit for the Canadian‐ backed Keystone XL pipeline on his first day in office, forcing Prime Minister Justin […]

Elder: The case against reparations. Part 1

By Larry Elder | Last week, I testified before the House Committee on the Judiciary’s Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties regarding H.R. 40: Examining the Path to Reparative Justice in America. In other words, reparations. This is the first part of the statement I submitted: “Reparations is the extraction of money […]

Yeatman, Townsend: What to make of the growing opposition to Biden’s OMB pick?

By William Yeatman and Christian Townsend | The president’s pick to manage the administrative state is “on the rocks” after three centrist senators announced their opposition to Neera Tanden for director of the Office of Management and Budget. The OMB is a crucial part of the executive branch. It functions as the brain of administrative policymaking […]

Brennan: Murkowski showed great courage

By Tom Brennan | Sen. Lisa Murkowski is today one of the most widely admired people in American politics. She won that distinction by making a very unpopular decision, one that could cost her the Senate seat. It seems strange that a person could be both much-admired and widely hated, but Murkowski chose to vote […]

Bokhari: Who Is in control? The need to rein in Big Tech

Allum Bokhari | The following is adapted from a speech delivered at Hillsdale College on November 8, 2020, during a Center for Constructive Alternatives conference on Big Tech. In January, when every major Silicon Valley tech company permanently banned the president of the United States from its platform, there was a backlash around the world. […]

Elder: What left-wing educators don’t teach during ‘Black History Month’

By Larry Elder | Apart from the bizarre notion that educators should set aside one month to salute the historical achievements of one race apart from and above the historical achievements of other races, Black History Month appears to omit a lot of black history. About slavery, do our mostly left-wing educators teach that slavery […]

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