Why blacks are still oppressed

by Star Parker -- Dr. Carter G. Woodson established the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History in 1915. Woodson, a black scholar, wanted to bring the black man into more…

Democrats' message: Envy your neighbor

by Star Parker -- In a Newsweek column titled "How Dems can win White House," Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., opines about the difficulties that the Democratic Party has had in defining itself. more…

How 'ethics reform' limits our freedom

by Star Parker -- The dome of the Capitol building will be gleaming as the sun rises over Washington today. The new Democrat-controlled Congress has completed a historic week, completing legislation in more…

In defense of Oprah

by Star Parker -- What does a multibillionaire need to do to get some respect? Oprah Winfrey spends $40 million to open a school in South Africa for underprivileged girls and everyone more…

The Ford years remembered ... and relived

by Star Parker -- Retrospectives about President Ford and his two-and-a-half-year presidency are giving me a sense of deja vu. It's hard not to see an almost eerie similarity between what is more…

Our most destructive kind of racism

by Star Parker -- Paula Zahn devoted two of her hour-long CNN shows this week to the topic "Skin Deep: Racism in America." After taking the time to watch, the question I more…

Is the Reagan era really over?

by Star Parker -- Sen. Chuck Schumer has called the recent Democratic takeover of Congress the end of the Reagan era. If we believe a red flag that the Wall Street Journal more…