D-Day in Denver?

by Ellis Washington -- Join us in the streets of Denver as we resist a two-party system that allows imperialism and racism to continue unrestrained. We will demand change by making the more…

Limbaugh: Our link to Reagan conservatism

by Ellis Washington -- Editor's note: This column is one in a series of WND tributes this week to Rush Limbaugh by our columnists in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of his more…

Rangel's rank hypocrisy

by Ellis Washington --   This immorality [New York's rent-control laws] produces a host of evils so obvious you would expect even the city's illiterate public-school graduates to understand them. ~ Becky more…

Machiavelli in the house

by Ellis Washington -- Hence it is necessary to a prince, if he wants to maintain himself, to learn to be able not to be good. ~ Machiavelli Cover of "The Prince" more…

Atlanta's criminal injustice system

by Ellis Washington -- I have a dream, that one day my four little children will live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin more…

I think, therefore I am

by Ellis Washington -- Rene Descartes portrait by Frans Hals, 1648 I reject as absolutely false everything in which I could imagine the least doubt. Cogito ergo sum. (I think, therefore I more…

An Angel(ica) descends in Detroit

by Ellis Washington -- Earlier this week, I came across a fascinating op-ed written by a talented young writer named Angelica Brown. Angelica is a recent graduate of Mumford High School in more…

Justice Kennedy channels Alfred Kinsey

by Ellis Washington -- There are no such things as sexual deviations. If something happens sexually, it must be part of the natural spectrum; if it is part of the natural spectrum, more…

Teflon brothers: Barack and Kwame

by Ellis Washington -- Today, I want to return to the issue of Detroit and write about what I consider to be a vulgar double standard local political leadership and activist demagogues more…

Rousseau and the savageness of humanity

by Ellis Washington -- Savages are not evil precisely because they do not know what it is to be good. ~ Jean-Jacques Rousseau Prologue Today's column continues my review of Dr. Benjamin more…