Category Archives: Columns

Megyn Kelly Shouldn’t Pay for Trump’s Obsession

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In 2013, a fascinating story out of Iowa about a dental assistant and her former boss made national headlines. The assistant — a woman named Melissa Nelson — was fired from her job, not because she didn’t perform her duties adequately, but because her male boss no longer felt he could perform his duties around…

National Review, Donald Trump and Moral Bank Accounts

National Review’s special issue, “Against Trump” was courageous and important. There is no way to do good in this world without risking making enemies. That National Review was prepared to do that — among its own readers, no less — in this day of great financial challenges to newspapers, magazines, and news and opinion websites,…

The Rejection Election

With the Iowa caucuses a week away, the front-runner for the Republican nomination, who leads in all the polls, is Donald Trump. The consensus candidate of the Democratic Party elite, Hillary Clinton, has been thrown onto the defensive by a Socialist from Vermont who seems to want to burn down Wall Street. Not so long…

Is Hollywood, the Capital of Liberal America, Racist?

Let’s take a brief break from politics and talk about something just as important as picking the next president of the United States. The Oscars. By now you’ve probably heard that Jada Pinkett Smith, the wife of actor Will Smith, and director Spike Lee, will boycott the Academy Award ceremony because not a single black…

Fox News Fury Over Conservative Thought

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Thursday night on Megyn Kelly’s show, National Review editor Rich Lowry announced details of his magazine’s latest issue titled “Against Trump.” As Lowry explained to Kelly, there is a concern among many conservatives in this country that Donald Trump is not a candidate who will espouse conservative principles if he goes on to become the…