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…

1st Democrat debate: Hillary loses

by Star Parker -- The first debate of the 2008 presidential campaign was an unimpressive affair. Poor management of the event by MSNBC didn't help. Certainly, to try and be understanding, conducting more…

Supremes gives reason for hope

by Star Parker -- In a week of news about tragedy, despair, pointless violence and death, the U.S. Supreme Court has brought us tidings of hope. With the court's 5-4 ruling upholding more…

Imus, Duke and the politics of race

by Star Parker -- In the same 24-hour period, NBC pulled its MSNBC broadcast of the Don Imus show as a result of his racist slurs aimed at the Rutgers women's basketball more…

Obama campaign: Still all sizzle, no steak

by Star Parker -- The news that Barack Obama raised nearly as much money in the first quarter as Hillary Rodham Clinton, and raised these funds from a broader and deeper base, more…

Is this Rudy's time?

by Star Parker -- Flipping through Forbes magazine, I arrived at the back page compendium of Thoughts on the Business of Life, familiar to long-time Forbes readers. The following, from that great more…

Abortion and the politics of ultrasound

by Star Parker -- South Carolina appears close to becoming the first state in the country to require that women considering an abortion view an ultrasound image of their fetus before deciding more…