The Democrats' own brand of racism

by Star Parker -- Watching the recent PBS-hosted Democratic presidential debate at Howard University, I was impressed with the uniformity of the messages communicated to the mostly black audience. I felt like more…

What immigration fiasco demonstrates

by Star Parker -- The most succinct observation I've come across about the failure of comprehensive immigration reform is that of pollster Scott Rasmussen. The American public simply didn't want the bill. more…

Michael Moore's latest scam

by Star Parker -- What's the difference between art and propaganda? The artist wants to communicate and share, and the propagandist wants to manipulate. Michael Moore is a talented filmmaker, a great more…

NAACP: Political hacks not helping blacks

by Star Parker -- The recent announcement by the NAACP of a major retrenchment due to funding shortfalls received brief coverage and got scant attention. But I think it is an important more…

War, lies and Hillary Clinton

by Star Parker -- I assume Sen. Clinton's campaign hopes most folks will not read "Her Way," by New York Times reporters Jeff Gerth and Don Van Natta Jr., or the New more…

Why Americans don't like Hillary Clinton

by Star Parker -- A wave of new books about Hillary Clinton casts tinder into the ongoing flames of discomfort with the New York senator and Democratic presidential candidate. You might suspect more…

Falwell's movement alive and well

by Star Parker -- The Rev. Jerry Falwell's passing seems to have traumatized the mainstream liberal press. Absent in its coverage of the event is even the normal pretense of objectivity. Take more…

How to fix the Republican funk

by Star Parker -- The $64,000 political question is what, if anything, will energize the Republican Party? An undercurrent attitude is taking hold that it's inevitable the White House in 2008 will more…