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Malkin: Stand with Steven Baca

If you support the Second Amendment, oppose mob anarchy and reject the monumental madness gripping America, then you stand with Steven Baca. If you have...

Prager: If America Is So Racist, Why Are There So Many...

As I wrote nearly three years ago: “Perhaps the second greatest libel — and certainly the most widespread — is that America is a...

Kaufman: Don’t Ignore Current Polls or History

Today marks 17 weeks to Election Day. That’s less time than you realize. Seventeen weeks ago, we already were in the thick of coronavirus...

Crowley: Redskins To Change Name – Now Comes the Slippery Slope

It is happening. Less than 24 hours after major sponsors FedEx and PepsiCo urged change, and league apparel partner Nike pulled merchandise off its website,...

Gutknecht: My Pillow Guy Autobiography – A Must Read

What are the odds? It’s a favorite expression. You will find it in my previous columns. My youngest daughter gave me a copy of...

Scott Johnson: The Eternal Meaning of Independence Day

On July 9, 1858, Illinois Senator Stephen Douglas gave a campaign speech to a raucous throng from the balcony of the Tremont Hotel in...

Kaufman: A Step Toward Independence

The 4th of July raises thoughts of parades, barbecues, fireworks, and a special opportunity to recount the freedoms we enjoy today. Of course in...

Elder: Random Thoughts While Not Out Protesting

At a time in America when one’s race has never been less important, the left has taught an entire generation of the most privileged...

Malkin: What’s the Matter with Kansas State University?

Kansas hasn't voted for a Democrat in presidential elections since 1964. From 1995 to 2002 and from 2011 to 2017, Republicans in Topeka held...

Kendall Qualls: Why History and Monuments Matter.

Over 150-years ago, volunteers from Minnesota were looked upon as “can-do” leaders in resolving a political and cultural revolt resulting in a major victory...