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Ferguson Isn’t So Black And White

W. James Antle III
Editor, The Daily Caller News Foundation
Demonstrators shout

“There is no ‘racial divide’ on the Ferguson story,” says the headline of a Tommy Christopher post on something called the Daily Banter, “only stupid white people vs. everyone else.”

Mo Brooks And Liberal White Lies

10:18 PM 08/05/2014

To paraphrase the late Biggie Smalls: Mo Brooks, mo' problems.

Thank God John Kerry Wasn’t President Of The United States

11:27 PM 07/30/2014

Addressing the cool kids at Rolling Stone during his ill-fated presidential campaign, John Kerry attempted to explain his vote for the Iraq War.

Is Selling Untaxed Cigarettes Now A Capital Offense?

9:08 PM 07/22/2014

Cigarettes, the government warns, can kill you.

Most Republicans Really Do Support Birth Control

11:17 PM 07/15/2014

A crack research team at ThinkProgress has uncovered the Republicans' latest nefarious scheme: "The GOP's plot to convince you they support birth control."

The GOP ‘Southern Strategy’ Reconsidered

11:47 PM 07/06/2014

When Ken Mehlman was chairman of the Republican National Committee, he apologized for the "Southern Strategy."

Barack Obama’s Phony War On Big Business

9:04 PM 06/29/2014

House Speaker John Boehner plans to sue the president for executive overreach. Barack Obama says, "I'll keep taking actions on my own."

Pat Buchanan Was Right

9:24 PM 06/24/2014

Many of the people you now see on your television offering advice about what to do next in Iraq weren't terribly prescient the first time around. They or their bosses thought the war likelier to last six days or six weeks than six months. They feared a nuclear-armed Saddam Hussein.

No, Republican Primary Voters Haven’t Learned To Love Amnesty

10:30 PM 06/09/2014

If House Majority Leader Eric Cantor loses his primary Tuesday, it will signal the power of the immigration issue and the depth of Republican voters' opposition to amnesty.

Barack Obama Is The GOP’S MVP

10:35 PM 06/03/2014

Are you sitting down? Good, because I have a confession to make: I'm starting to think Barack Obama isn't a very good president.

The Case Against Reparations

12:35 PM 05/28/2014

In 1983, Ronald Reagan delivered a speech widely remembered for his description of the Soviet Union as an "evil empire." In addition to denouncing the Soviet system, Reagan praised the United States, as one might expect of a president who called this country a "shining city on a hill."

Five Big Things The Tea Party Has Gotten Right

9:00 AM 05/21/2014

Let's not sugarcoat it: This has been a bad year for the tea party.

In Defense Of Deportation

9:47 PM 05/15/2014

Remember when the Obama administration boasted of deporting a record number of illegal immigrants? "When the secretary tells you that the numbers are at an all-time high, that's straight, on the merits, no cooking of the books," the president's then head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement crowed in October 2010.

The Sarah Palin Primary

12:06 AM 04/30/2014

In 2010, Sarah Palin endorsed Rand Paul for U.S. Senate in Kentucky. Most other reliable Republican hawks -- Dick Cheney, Rudy Giuliani, Rick Santorum -- endorsed his primary opponent.

Hayes’ Rebellion

5:41 PM 04/25/2014

Ever have an argument and think of a good comeback too late?

Voting against Bushes is an act of love

6:17 PM 04/17/2014

A popular online dictionary offers four definitions for the word "bushed."

Why Hillary Clinton can’t be president of Mozilla or the United States

5:41 PM 04/04/2014

Ross Perot once promised to run the federal government like a business. A good idea. Perhaps the business it should be run like is Mozilla.

Pro-Israel group slams GOP lawmaker Walter Jones

2:32 PM 04/02/2014

The Emergency Committee for Israel has launched a six-figure ad campaign against North Carolina Republican Rep. Walter Jones, hitting the ten-term incumbent on Israel and foreign policy.

Mark Sanford’s road to redemption

7:53 AM 04/01/2014

This year, South Carolina will have a governor, two senators, and seven U.S. House members running for re-election. Most of them will face primary or general election opponents.