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Nearly every day we learn of another case of governments or others setting policy based on the color of one’s skin. This is contrary to the equal rights fought for and won in the Civil War and civil-rights movement, and the Supreme Court has a rare and valuable chance to reaffirm that princi…
Our governors are not usually thought to be visionaries. Because of their large powers of appointment and control of the legislative process, they are transactional leaders, brokering the deals and seeing people all day long, so enmeshed in the governing process that grand visions aren’t usu…
The takeover of higher education by critical-race theory may be a fait accompli, but some parents won’t surrender K-12 education without a fight. That’s the message voters in the Dallas suburb of Southlake sent last weekend.
Education in America is still mainly a state and local enterprise, and thank heaven for that. Look no further than the Biden Administration’s plan to use federal grants to urge states and local schools to teach bad American history like the New York Times “1619 Project” in classrooms.
As our reporters have peeled away the layers on an embarrassing sexual harassment case in his office, Attorney General Jeff Landry has been furiously trying to change the subject.
The media mostly treated President Biden’s announcement of his 36-member commission on the Supreme Court last week as a deft deflection of court packing. Well, not so fast. The Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and other Democrats introduced a bill this week to expand the Supreme Cou…
On March 1941, the United States was not at war — and didn’t want to be. Britain and her Commonwealth allies were fighting for the cause of the free world against Italy and Nazi Germany.
Louisiana’s Republican leaders are sharply at odds over whether and how the state should redesign its primary elections, a resurfacing disagreement driven by political ideology that could have significant sway in future election victories.
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