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Man Claims NYC Officials are Abetting Neighbor’s Theft of His Property.

BY SELWYN DUKE A man’s home is supposed to be his castle. But this is no longer the case in New York City, according to...

Norco Homeowner Fights Back With Lawsuit After City Attempts to Take His Home

Institute for Justice for-profit law firm's attempt to collect more than $60,000 in attorney fees after it lost in court Conor Beck, Institute for Justice Two...

Dairy Farmer Wins First Round to Say that Skim Milk is Skim Milk

ANDREW WIMER, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Harrisburg, Pa.—A federal judge in Pennsylvania denied the Food and Drug Administration’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit about whether additive-free...

Piano Man Wins Round Two in Atlantic City Eminent Domain Fight

New Jersey Appellate Court rejects state agency's land speculation and effort to condemn Atlantic City piano tuner's longtime family home JOHN KRAMER, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE ARLINGTON,...

A Personal Letter from the Trumps

LIBERTY ALERTS, LIBERTY COUNSEL Rachel Robbins, a 27-year-old former Liberty Counsel staff member and Covenant Journey alumni, recently received a surprise personal letter from President Donald Trump...

Virginia Couple Scores First Round Victory in First Amendment Fight

Army veteran and wife are suing State Council of Higher Education for Virginia for right to teach job skills ANDREW WIMER, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Arlington, Va....

I Have A Dream for Black History Month

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN As an American who happens to be black, I wish to share my concerns regarding Black History Month. Racism like...

Alabama, August 1963: Sunset of Innocence

BY EARL H. TILFORD On Monday morning August 26, 1963, my best friend Tony Beason and I started walking 85 miles from Decatur, Alabama southward...

Interracial Couple Celebrates 41st Wedding Anniversary

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN I did not realize it at the time that 46 years ago God gave me an incredible gift. He gave...

Dad’s Funeral: Final Notes Regarding a Civil Rights Pioneer

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN The funeral of my dad, Dr Rev Lloyd E. Marcus, was June 7, 2018. My sister told everyone she was wearing a...

Life With Father, A Dying Breed

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN In 1952, I was 5 years old when I walked into the kitchen of our 6th floor apartment in the Baltimore...

Coaches Paul Bryant and Joe Paterno in Retrospect

BY EARL H. TILFORD “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” —William Shakespeare, “Julius Caesar” Alabama football Coach...

Thanksgiving With a Dollop of Politics on the Side

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN Over the Thanksgiving weekend, I caught two police drama TV shows in which a young woman called her man her...

A Haven in the Opioid Crisis

BY GARY S. SMITH, THE CENTER FOR VISION & VALUES Our nation is experiencing an opioid crisis. Currently more than 2.5 million Americans are addicted...

Living In Trump Country USA

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN For those of you who haven't heard, Mary and I moved from Florida to a tiny town in West Virginia...

Destroying Monuments and Lies About Race

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN While in Baltimore visiting my 89 year old black dad, I thanked him for filling me and my four younger...

40th Wedding Anniversary Relates to Race in America

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN Sunday, July 23, 2017, was Mary and my 40th wedding anniversary. We celebrated at our favorite sushi restaurant. I enjoyed...

Into the Heartland

LLOYD MARCUS, THE UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN Rumors of my death are exaggerated. The reason my wife Mary and I dropped off the face of the earth...

A Little Past Due Love for Cousin Glen

LLOYD MARCUS, PROUD UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN As a 9 or 10 year old, my knowledge of the situation was limited. Therefore, I can not pass judgment...

Black Senior Forced to Choose: Obama or Jesus

LLOYD MARCUS, PROUD UNHYPHENATED AMERICAN I had an extraordinary telephone conservation with my 86-year-old black dad, a lifelong Democrat and huge Obama fan.  He called...

Shades Of “The Natural”: Mike Trout

BY MARK W. HENDRICKSON Last week, visiting friends and family in Arizona, I saw my first spring training baseball game in over 35 years. I...

Shades Of "The Natural": Mike Trout

BY MARK W. HENDRICKSON Last week, visiting friends and family in Arizona, I saw my first spring training baseball game in over 35 years. I...

What Do Bart Starr And Jimmy Page Have In Common?

BY MARK W. HENDRICKSON What is this, you ask—the odd couple? What could Bart Starr, the NFL Hall of Fame quarterback of the 1960s Green...

Remembering the Work of Jacques Barzun

BY CARL L. BANKSTON III The great teacher, cultural historian and social critic Jacques Barzun died yesterday (October 25, 2012) at the age of 104....

Chapter 17: Pick a Leaf, Any Leaf

BY CHRIS CLANCY A week or so after returning from Thailand the new semester began. I got back into the swing of things very easily. Two...

Keeping Pastor Youcef in the News

JAY SEKULOW, ACLJ One of the most powerful tools we can use in dealing with Iran is publicity. At a time when Iran is flexing its...

Heroic Sailor May Not Return Home, Cites Fear of Government

BY DENNIS BEHREANDT Sixteen-year-old Laura Dekker has skillfully and fearlessly conquered the world’s vast oceans, but there is one force that strikes fear into her:...

Penn State Legend Joe Paterno Dies

HEADLINE NEWS, JON E.DOUGHERTY (Newsroom America) -- Former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, who guided his teams to more major college wins than anyone...

When Clarence Thomas Came for a Visit

Mark W. Hendrickson, The Center for Vision and Values On Tuesday, November 15, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas visited Grove City College. (1) I had...

Deer Season a Half Century Ago

Dr. Paul G. Kengor, The Center for Vision and Values This week hunters across America storm the woods loaded for deer. For yet another indication...