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Pushing Guilt Over Gratitude on America’s Past

With much fanfare, the New York Times launched “The 1619 Project”, commemorating the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first 20 enslaved Africans in Jamestown colony. 

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Shootings Show Need to Unify the Country. Here’s how to do it.

In a summer punctuated with horrific mass shootings, the American public yearns for a new sense of unity and common purpose. Unfortunately, both the bloviating President Trump, and the large (and largely clueless) field of Democrats seeking to replace him, seem solely capable of moving the nation in the opposite direction. 

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Glib, Simplistic, and False Explanations for Murderous Violence

The horrific shootings in El Paso show the folly behind glib, simplistic explanations for deadly violence.

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A Tale of Two Cities

Two recent news reports highlight the crucial importance of secure borders. First, the good news: for the eighth year in a row, San Diego tallied the lowest murder rate of America’s biggest cities; only 35 people lost their lives to homicide in 2018.

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A Distressing Tendency to “Cry Wolf”

The radical wing of today’s Democratic Party displays a distressing tendency to “cry wolf”—warning of cataclysmic consequences of climate change, gun violence, racial inequities, and approaching fascism by the populist right.

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