A Nation of Law, Not Politics, with Gorsuch

By: Star Parker My first experience with Senate confirmation hearings for a Supreme Court justice nominee was in 1991 at the hearings for Clarence Thomas. I came to Washington with several hundred black pastors from around the country to support Justice Thomas. The hearings were a national embarrassment. The main focus turned out to be…

The Liberal War on Black Men

By:    Star Parker                               In 1991, President George H.W. Bush nominated Clarence Thomas, then a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, and former chairman of the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission, to replace Thurgood Marshall…

Black Americans and Reagan Ideals

By:     Star Parker           I was recently made very proud, and also very humbled, by receiving the Ronald Reagan Award, given at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference by the American Conservative Union. Regarding the award, ACU says: “The winners of this award, our highest honor, are not household names, but…

Who Is a ‘Real’ Black?

By:  Star Parker                     Rupert Murdoch got the predictable avalanche of liberal pushback when he recently tweeted, “Ben and Candy Carson terrific. What about a real black president who can properly address the racial divide? And much else.” What? Murdoch is suggesting our current president is…

Fewer Traditional Values Means More Government

By:   Star Parker             More unsettling than the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges directing states to recognize same-sex marriage is the reasoning that went into the decision. It would be nice to believe that the men and women who wear black robes and occupy seats on…

Fewer Traditional Values Means More Government

By:  Star Parker         More unsettling than the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges directing states to recognize same-sex marriage is the reasoning that went into the decision. It would be nice to believe that the men and women who wear black robes and occupy seats on America’s highest court…