NAACP is supposed to be for blacks?

by Star Parker -- It's a rare day when the editorial pages of the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Washington Post are of one mind. But it just happened. Each more…

Whole Foods takes bite out of poverty

by Star Parker -- I have always been a great fan of the idea of "enterprise zones," originally introduced by the late Rep. Jack Kemp in 1980. Jack Kemp and I were more…

What we learn from black history

by Star Parker -- As the doors swung open last week to the nation's new Museum of African American History and Culture, my organization, CURE, was hosting another separate, but related event. more…

BDS: Anti-Israel and anti-American

by Star Parker -- A recent event I attended on Capitol Hill opened my eyes. It was hosted by the Endowment for Middle East Truth and the subject was "Exposing BDS: The more…

Minimum-wage fairytales

by Star Parker -- The minimum wage persists as a fixture in public-policy discussions because the idea remains popular with the general public. In a survey done by Pew Research in 2014, more…

What we can learn from Simone Biles

by Star Parker -- The story of remarkable Simone Biles, America's new record-breaking Olympic gymnast, serves up a powerful elixir for America's troubled soul. We need only take a close look and more…

Government: Secularists' tool of aggression

by Star Parker -- Religious liberty concerns continue to weigh heavily on churchgoing Americans. In a recent survey from Pew Research, 40 percent of those who reported attending church in the last more…

In praise of Paul Ryan

by Star Parker -- Voters in last week's Republican primary in Wisconsin wisely supported House Speaker Paul Ryan, in a landslide, to continue to represent them in Congress. Ultimately, in our beautiful more…