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An Annointed Son, A Reporter Scorned

Dana Gentry’s “The Anointed Son: A True Story of Greed, Power and Blind Trust” is a book, not about low rates, but high ones. While the prime lending rate was 4 percent in 2003, Las Vegas real estate…

University Corruption

Heather MacDonald, a fellow at the Manhattan Institute, has just published "The Diversity Delusion." Its subtitle captures much of the book's content: "How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the…

Should Trump Voluntarily Talk To Mueller?

The soon-to-be defendants are tempted to give their version of events to prosecutors, and prosecutors are looking to take the legal pulse of the subjects of their work. These invitations should always…

Colleges: A Force For Evil

The threat to our future lies in the fact that today's college students are tomorrow's teachers, professors, judges, attorneys, legislators and policymakers. A recent Brookings Institution poll…

Picasso Beats Government’s Paper

Gertrude Stein, a friend of the painter in early 20th-century Paris, once owned the painting after her brother Leo bought the painting 1905 for just 30 gold-backed US dollars.

From Russia With Love

The Democrats and their media allies would love to find some Russian collusion and interference.

BLACKS VS. POLICE

Let's throw out a few numbers so we can put in perspective the NFL players taking a knee during the playing of the national anthem.