Opinion | The First Amendment Doesn’t Protect Big Tech’s Censorship

Does the Constitution require Americans to accept Big Tech censorship? The claim is counterintuitive but the logic is clear: If

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Opinion | The Revolt of the Unwoke

If the land of woke has a capital, it’s San Francisco. Which makes it all the more extraordinary that the

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Opinion | The Root Causes of Cuban Poverty

Cuba’s primal scream for liberty on July 11 has gone viral and exposed the grisly methods used by Cuba’s gestapo

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Opinion | Progressive Gun-Control Crackup

For the elite left, opposition to gun rights is in part a cultural statement of antipathy to red-state values. Yet

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Opinion | Biden and Blinken Ask China and Russia for a Lecture on Racism

Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens as President Biden speaks at a cabinet meeting at the White House, July 20.

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Opinion | The Lessons Lost When Critical Race Theory Arrives in Class

July 14, 2021 4:31 pm ET Photo: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg News The conceit at the heart of the campaign to

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Opinion | Donor Privacy and the First Amendment

Americans who give money to any polarizing cause—say, gun rights, abortion or religious liberty—can sleep a little easier tonight thanks

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Opinion | An Advocacy Group Spins Diversity as Evidence of ‘Segregation’

More than 80% of U.S. cities are more segregated racially today than they were 30 years ago, a June 21

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Opinion | The School That Wasn’t There

I was honored to deliver a commencement address to a Nevada high school this month. But the school didn’t exist.

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Opinion | ‘Free’ Money Can Make Life Worse

The left continues its push to do away with accountability in safety-net programs. Democrats in Congress recently made an enormous

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