Golden chance for NAACP

by Star Parker -- The surprise resignation of Kweise Mfume as president of the NAACP should prompt national leaders to engage in introspection and re-evaluation. The national leadership has lost its way. more…

A nation in change

by Star Parker -- President Bush's nomination of Condoleezza Rice to be our next secretary of state is a fitting and symbolic beginning to a new wave of change only possible in more…

The universal affliction of irresponsibility

by Star Parker -- Many of the problems in America's inner cities seem to me similar to Israeli-Palestinian problems as described by a scholar of an Israeli think tank. It's becoming increasingly more…

We all have faith in something

by Star Parker -- The 2004 presidential election has been depicted as pitting those of faith against secularists. But this is really inaccurate. Every human being has faith. No one could function more…

How GOP can win the black vote

by Star Parker -- Black voters joined with the rest of the nation in 2004 to give a vote of confidence to our president. Getting blacks to vote Republican is no small more…

Bush: Inside-out

by Star Parker -- As the time arrives for deciding who our next president will be, I would suggest that there are really two types of candidates. We have what might be more…

Why more blacks support Bush this year

by Star Parker -- According to two polls released over the week just passed, President Bush has picked up significant ground among black voters. A New York Times poll showed black support more…

Left-wing agenda at corporations?

by Star Parker -- Far too little attention is given to the fact that, although big corporations are supposedly the nation's institutions that preserve and promote freedom and capitalism, the reality often more…

The fight for black voters

by Star Parker -- Recent polling by the Pew Research Center shows a notable change in black sentiment for the presidential candidates. Black support for Sen. John Kerry is now 73 percent, more…

How to make tomorrow different

by Star Parker -- It is my experience that when a problem appears to have no solution, it means we are asking the wrong questions. A corollary I'd add to this is more…