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Some people try to explain why Asians, and Asian-Americans, succeed so well in education and in the economy by some special characteristics that they have. That may be true, but their success may also be due to what they do not have — namely "leaders" who tell them that the deck is so stacked against them that they cannot rise, or at least not without depending on "leaders."

The Education Summit in Boston on October 17-18 featured much bipartisan support for Common Core, charter schools, and other types of "education reform" that won't help American education.

What kind of leader wants a military more loyal to himself than to the rule of law? And why? These are two questions to ponder when considering the strange happenings in the armed forces since Barack Obama took office.

There is an agenda being implemented before your very eyes. It's called Sustainable Development.

Waler E. WilliamsPolitical trade-offs in labor markets condemn many blacks, particularly black youths, to high rates of unemployment and reduced economic opportunities. Let's look at this, starting with a few historical facts.

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