Racial divide worse
under Obama

by Star Parker -- The headline of a recent article by the Washington Post's Peter Wallsten capsulizes, inadvertently, the supreme paradox of the Obama presidency. "Obama struggles to balance African America's hopes more…

Obama wants more of what's already not working

by Star Parker -- In the midst of the third presidential debate in Florida, which was supposedly about foreign policy, President Barack Obama interjected a few words about American education. The rationale more…

Missouri Senate race model for the nation

by Star Parker -- A new poll from Wenzel Strategies shows Republican Rep. Todd Akin leading incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill in the race for the U.S. Senate seat in Missouri. It's big more…

On the road to death panels

by Star Parker -- With the first presidential debate and the only vice-presidential debate behind us, it seems pretty clear that so-called "social issues" are not going to get much attention in more…

Why the Obama bubble still hasn't burst

by Star Parker -- Can there be political bubbles like financial bubbles? Financial bubbles, inflated by hopes and dreams, burst when reality negates any possibility that those hopes and dreams will be more…

Mitt's weapon against O's charisma

by Star Parker -- Perhaps now, in the wake of the heat that Mitt Romney is taking over the leaked four-month-old "47 percent" video, he can better appreciate the position of Todd more…

Chicago strike: Who represents the kids?

by Star Parker -- It says something about today's public education reality that the two sides in the teachers' union dispute in Chicago are the union and the mayor. Allegedly, the point more…

Dems tone deaf on the moral crisis

by Star Parker -- Maybe Democrats have some slick salesmen, like Bill Clinton and our current president, who can sell you swampland and have you convinced that you've bought choice beachfront property. more…

The key question: Do we still want to be free?

by Star Parker -- The political parties throw a lot of glitz at us with their made-for-TV spectaculars, which we call conventions. But the bottom line defining the choice facing Americans this more…