Why Border States are busing Apprehended Aliens to Major Metropolitan Cities?

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The Biden Administration on day one reinstituted the failed Democrat policy of “Catch and Release” which is as simple and destructive as it sounds. Border patrol or law enforcement catches illegals trying to cross the border, briefly detains them, takes their information and releases them…

Navigating science’s moral future

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When the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020, researchers announced they had created the first living robot. These so-called “xenobots” are programmable organisms created from the stem cells of African clawed frog embryos — or Xenopus laevis. Just two years later, researchers announced that xenobots were…

Common sense isn’t so common anymore

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Common sense is not so common in today’s world — and I bet I’m not the only one who has noticed. In the boardroom, the courtroom, the newsroom, and the classroom, everything has become “my way or the highway.” Our society cares more about amassing…

What ‘equity’ has wrought

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Just over a year ago, I wrote about the dangers of the left’s seemingly innocuous shift of vernacular from “equality” to “equity.” Instead of pursuing the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s ideal of judging people by the content of their character rather than the color…

Kennedy vs. Bremerton School District

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Brief of the American Cornerstone Institute as Amicus Curiae in support of Petitioner. Download PDF

Getting to grips with COVID-19’s bat-erfly effect

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You’ve probably heard of the butterfly effect, the idea that a tornado can be formed by a minor perturbation such as a butterfly flapping its wings a mile away. Every action has a consequence, for better or worse, even something as minor as a butterfly…

Congress Wants To Charge You Billions For Earmarks And Call It A Budget

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Vladamir Putin isn’t the only one seeking to fulfill corrupt ambitions while Joe Biden is asleep at the wheel of his presidency. Congress recently passed another omnibus spending package. It left taxpayers scratching their heads, while D.C. insiders and career politicians laugh their way to…

Dave Chappelle and the quandary of affordable housing

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Dave Chappelle is under attack for quashing a plan to develop so-called affordable housing units in his neighborhood. What’s the real story here, and why the anger? As most people know, housing prices, whether rent or mortgage, have been increasing at a rapid pace recently….

Joint Letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee on the Nomination of Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court

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As the Senate engages in its important role in the Supreme Court nomination process, we write as a coalition of national and state pro-life leaders to raise grave concerns regarding Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination. Download PDF

San Francisco’s window into the Left’s homelessness failure

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To say that some of our largest cities are experiencing a decline is an understatement. San Francisco and the Bay Area are the prime examples. Long known for its beautiful climate, welcoming spirit, and one of the modern engineering wonders of the world, the city…

Affirmative action faces an overdue Supreme Court reckoning

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The Supreme Court recently agreed to hear two cases that challenge the affirmative action policies of Harvard University and the University of North Carolina. In these consolidated cases, a group representing students and parents is asking the Supreme Court to find that race-based affirmative action…

Black History Month is about more than just Black Americans

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Black History Month is upon us. Some will attempt to use it as a tool to push divisive agendas such as critical race theory or Black Lives Matter. But we must avoid such ideologies and remain focused on what unites us as a nation, regardless…

Protecting Unborn Children in a Post-Roe World

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Tens of thousands of Americans from all walks of life will gather Friday in Washington, D.C., for the 49th annual March for Life. For nearly 50 years, the march has symbolized the pro-life movement’s quest to undo the disastrous 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court…

Finally Noticing Lockdowns Are Killing Kids Does Not Absolve The Left

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It has been two years since the world first noticed people were getting sick and dying from a novel coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China. As the seriousness of the disease became more apparent, policymakers around the world struggled with how to respond.

Reflecting on Dr. King’s vision – how are we faring in pursuit of the just society?

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As we remember the birth of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., it is worth reflecting on his message, and on whether we are moving in the direction of accomplishing the great vision he laid out for our nation.

How to fix our soaring violent crime problem

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We know that all things work together for the good in the end. But in the meantime, it seems like the bad news just keeps on coming. The latest comes courtesy of the FBI, whose data inform us that 2020 saw one of the most…

Episode 19: Senator Tuberville

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In this episode, Dr. Carson sits down with Senator Tuberville (R-AL) to discuss Title IX, transgender athletes, and the defense of women in sports today.

Episode 18: Secretary Zinke

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Dr. Carson sits down with former Department of Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke, to discuss the importance of advancing our nation’s founding principles like faith, liberty, community, and life.