• Miss America: The Latest Institution Destroyed by the Left

    As I have documented repeatedly, the left ruins just about everything it touches: the universities, the arts, the elementary schools and high schools, religion, sports and ordinary, everyday interactions between human beings — especially human beings of different races. The latest examples — in just the last few weeks —…

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  • Google’s New Slogan

    The original slogan of Google was “Don't be evil.” When Google changed its corporate name to Alphabet in 2015, it changed the slogan to “Do the right thing.” If it were to be true to its values, Google should have changed its slogan from “Don't be evil” to “Don't fight…

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  • Is Starbucks about to embarrass itself with its anti-racism training day? How do you fix a problem that doesn't exist? What is more likely? Spygate against Trump? Or Trump Russia Collusion? Plus, the Ultimate Issues Hour. The post appeared first on The Dennis Prager Show.

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  • Why the Left Won’t Call Anyone ‘Animals’

    If you want to understand the moral sickness at the heart of leftism, read the first paragraph of the most recent column by Washington Post columnist E. J. Dionne: “It's never right to call other human beings ‘animals.' It's not something we should even have to debate. No matter how…

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  • Cornell Student Presents Senior Thesis In Her Underwear

    The most remarkable thing about the title of this column, “Cornell student presents senior thesis in her underwear” is that not one reader thinks it's a joke. That, my friends, is further proof of the low esteem in which most Americans hold our universities. The left has rendered our universities,…

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  • The War on Wisdom

    There is more knowledge available today than ever before in history. But few would argue people are wiser than ever before. On the contrary, many of us would argue that we are living in a particularly foolish time — a period that is largely wisdom-free, especially among those with the…

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