Restoring a culture of life

by Star Parker -- A campaign launched in Los Angeles this week seeks to raise awareness to what is becoming known as "black genocide" – the devastation occurring in black America as more…

The Constitution, yes, but there's more

by Star Parker -- I salute the Republicans of the 112th Congress for their initiative to restore the U.S. Constitution to its legitimate place of prominence in our public discourse. Reading it more…

Coalition of black churches sings same old tune

by Star Parker -- A new organization, the Conference of National Black Churches, held its first annual meeting a few weeks ago in Washington, DC. The organization's stated goal is "to improve more…

'Don't ask, don't tell' repeal a mistake

by Star Parker -- Our 111th Congress, in its lame-duck session, has given America a Christmas present in the way of repeal of the "don't ask, don't tell" law. Signing the repeal more…

Should Michael Steele stay RNC chairman?

by Star Parker -- Next month, the Republican National Committee will elect a chairman to lead their party into the 2012 presidential election. Current Chairman Michael Steele, who has been a source more…

Is envy more important than prosperity?

by Star Parker -- New York Rep. Anthony Weiner is making a name for himself. He wants taxes raised on wealthy Americans and is one of the more vocal opponents to the more…

Deficit commission: Political theater

by Star Parker -- The Bowles Simpson deficit-cutting commission is more Washington theater. Another show with an impressive cast designed to give the appearance of being serious. This kind of theater, unfortunately, more…

Our leadership is the problem, not body scanners

by Star Parker -- The common explanation of why we cannot implement Israeli-style airport security here, despite acknowledging that the Israeli approach is the world's best, is logistics. Israelis don't rely on more…

Why corrupt Charlie Rangel was re-elected

by Star Parker -- Charlie Rangel, convicted of 11 ethics violations – the most ever found against any member of Congress – was resoundingly re-elected Nov. 2, getting 80 percent of his more…