The legacy of Tookie Williams

by Star Parker -- Convicted murderer of four and founder of the notorious Crips gang, Tookie Williams, is gone, executed under the death penalty of the state of California. Now those who more…

Are Cowboys playing fair?

by Star Parker -- Legendary businessman J. Paul Getty once said he didn't believe in contracts. According to his reasoning, if you're dealing with a crook it doesn't help and if you more…

Recapturing the pilgrim spirit

by Star Parker -- Every year the day before Thanksgiving, the Wall Street Journal publishes an excerpt from the journal of one of the pilgrim settlers of the Plymouth Colony in 1620. more…

The Katrina 'experiment' another ill wind

by Star Parker -- Anyone who would like insight into why black poverty in America persists in the pathological way it does should read a recent lead story in National Journal called more…

California's assault
on the family

by Star Parker -- November has been a banner month so far in California for assaulting the traditional family. Last Tuesday, California voters rejected Proposition 73, which would have required parental notification more…

What George Bush can learn from Rosa Parks

by Star Parker -- With President Bush's approval ratings languishing below 40 percent, and with only 30 percent in the latest Washington Post-ABC poll saying the country is on the right track, more…

'Millions more' excuses
for blacks?

by Star Parker -- Louis Farrakhan's "Millions More Movement" explains on its website: "It's time for our leadership to stop acting solely on behalf of our churches, mosques, temples, synagogues and organizations. more…