A Conservative Case for Tuition Equality for Children Brought Here Illegally

In recent months the issue of tuition equality has come to the forefront of the political debate in New Jersey.  In short, proponents seek to change the laws to allow children of immigrants who have come to this country illegally and reside in this state to attend public universities and colleges at in-state rates.  I […]

Of Course College Athletes Should Be Paid!

March is, historically, the NCAA’s favorite month, with tournament basketball in full swing and revenues cascading into league coffers.  But this year’s festivities come as the entire collegiate athletic establishment finds itself suddenly faced with two legal challenges to its collusive practice of prohibiting college athletes from earning money: one in which the players seek […]

Savage Bullying

At a recent presentation to a captive audience of public school students, activist Dan Savage engaged in a bigoted anti-Christian tirade during the course of which he called the Christian children in the audience “pansy assed.” He also repeatedly referred to the Bible as “bull shit,” and misrepresented basic biblical theology to assert that the […]

The Republican Party Needs a Big Tent

In a recent article posted on a libertarian website called UnitedLiberty.org, Jeremy Kolassa argues that the Republican Party “must repudiate Rick Santorum and social conservatism” and “expel the social conservatives from the party,” lest they “throw the 2012 election and perhaps relegate themselves to a non-party as early as 2024.”  In other words, in order […]