Star Parker

Star Parker

After Inviting Pro-Life Speaker, This Student Is Fighting Her Christian University

“Courage is not simply one of the virtues, but the form of every virtue at the testing point,” observed writer and theologian C.S. Lewis. Hayley Tschetter, a student at a small Christian university, University of ...
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Alabama and Georgia Abortion Laws on Right Track

When we talk about “pro-life” in our national discussion about abortion, “life” is understood to be about the unborn child in the mother’s womb. But it would serve us well to expand our understanding about ...
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Equality Act Is About Civil Tyranny, Not Civil Rights

The House Judiciary Committee has voted out the Equality Act of 2019. It now heads for a vote on the House floor with 240 co-sponsors, which means its passage is virtually certain. The legislation amends ...
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America Thrives on the ‘Late Bloomer’ Spirit

With all the attention that the national debate between socialism and capitalism is getting, a new book has arrived on the scene that provides valuable perspective. The book is “Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience ...
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Change Social Security to a Program of Ownership

I have been an advocate for years of changing our Social Security system to a program of ownership rather than government taxing and spending. To those walking around with the idea that Social Security is ...
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Liberals’ Reaction to Mueller Report Shows They Prioritize Politics Over Truth

So now special counsel Robert Mueller has issued his report, and it turns out after two years of investigation, at an estimated cost of $40 million, that “Russiagate” was fake news. Much to the dismay ...
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The Left’s Identity Politics Rejects the Vision of Martin Luther King Jr.

I recently joined the board of the Leadership Institute, which sponsors Campus Reform, an important website for college news. Campus Reform is a “watchdog to the nation’s higher education system,” exposing bias and abuse on ...
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Trump’s Protect Life Rule Is Good News for America

The Trump administration has taken another critically important step in strengthening the moral health of our nation, and hence our future. The Department of Health and Human Services has issued the Protect Life Rule, stopping ...
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Competition, Not Government Control, Can Make Health Care Cheaper

In a new Gallup poll, 35 percent say government is the worst problem facing the U.S. In the 55 years that Gallup has asked the question—”What do you think is the most important problem facing ...
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Socialism Has Already Hurt America

President Donald Trump was principled and politically astute to address, in his State of the Union, the horrors taking place now in Venezuela, and then to declare: “Tonight we renew our resolve that America will ...
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Trump’s Agenda Is a Winning Formula for Black America

My fellow Americans. Given that the Democratic Party chose to select a recently defeated political candidate to give a response to the president’s State of the Union address because she is black and a woman, ...
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Trump Didn’t ‘Cave’ on the Wall. He’s Advancing in Another Direction.

The media is having another field day at the alleged expense of President Donald Trump. Supposedly, per what we read, the president “caved,” “folded,” or “lost” in the government-shutdown showdown with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ...
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The Public School Monopoly Forces Kids to Learn Secular Humanism. We Need More Options.

President Donald Trump issued a proclamation declaring this week, Jan. 20-26, as National School Choice Week. The proclamation expresses concern about performance of U.S. students in international surveys: 24th in reading, 25th in science, 40th ...
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We Will Look Back and View Abortion as We View Slavery Today

Tennessee’s new senator, Marsha Blackburn, has just introduced the Title X Abortion Provider Prohibition Act. This coincides with this year’s March for Life, noting 46 years since the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion ...
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The Problem Isn’t the Poor. It’s Young Men on Welfare Who Could Be Working.

Left-wing media stalwarts such as Newsweek, Huffington Post, and Salon launched a barrage of fake news after I appeared on “Fox & Friends” recently to discuss new Agriculture Department rules tightening work requirement on food ...
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