Opinion | What I Learned From Vernon Jordan

Civil-rights leader Vernon Jordan leaves his home in Washington, Jan. 27, 1998. Photo: KHUE BUI/Associated Press Everyone has hinge moments

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Opinion | The Woke ‘Model Minority’ Myth

The North Thurston Public Schools in Lacey, Wash., made headlines in November when their “equity report” classified Asian-Americans along with

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Opinion | The Herold of Lawsuits to Come

The White House has been cleaning cabinet agencies of Trump appointees, which is fair enough, but one rehire in particular

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Opinion | Hope Over Experience at the U.N.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Monday announced the U.S. would rejoin the United Nations Human Rights Council, vowing to

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Opinion | We Don’t Need Another Patriot Act

A violent mob stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, intent on overturning the results of the presidential election. We

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Opinion | Liberalism’s Ministry of Truth

Photo: Andre M. Chang/Zuma Press The academic establishment and progressive press want you to know two things: First, conservative claims

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Opinion | Small Sites Need Section 230 to Compete

Donald Trump and other politicians have called on Congress numerous times to revoke Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.

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Opinion | The New Censorship

Jan. 19, 2021 6:07 pm ET Editor’s note: This week’s Future View discusses censorship on social media. For next week,

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Opinion | Net Neutrality and Big Tech’s Speech Hypocrisy

Social-media giants are under attack for censorship, but a few years ago they positioned themselves as champions of free speech.

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Opinion | How the Left Hijacked Civil Rights

The civil-rights movement, led by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., helped deliver America from the historic sins of slavery

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