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Articles by: Paul Kengor

Teach MLK Not CRT

Here’s a critical question for enthusiasts of critical race theory, particularly its growing number of advocates on the religious left:...

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Nominating a Republican Who Can Get 50%

Donald Trump boosters often tell me that no Republican presidential nominee could today get 50% of the vote. It’s a...

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'Ableism' Rears Its Head in Pennsylvania

(This article first appeared in the American Spectator.) Of all the Left’s litany of “isms” — and no group has...

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Avoiding Nuclear Armageddon 1962 and Today

Editor’s note: A version of this article first appeared at National Catholic Register. It is ironic and scary that 60...

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John Fetterman: America's Weiderst Senate Candidate

What’s six foot, eight inches, weighs about 300 pounds, wears tattoos, waves rainbow and marijuana flags, and points a shotgun...

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George Will's Strange Take on Pennsylvania Gubernatorial Election

“Pennsylvania is on fire,” opines George Will in his Washington Post column on the Pennsylvania election for governor. “Since 1915, the Red...

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Mikhail Gorbachev Meets His Maker

Editor’s note: This article first appeared at The American Spectator. When I heard about the death of Mikhail Gorbachev, I sighed....

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Signs of the Economic Times

Last week I rented a car, a standard SUV. I do that often, but this time was very different. The...

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