Large parts of the country -- the most distressed communities -- are not participating in the economic recovery.
Conservative thought leaders should spend quality time in distressed communities to educate residents about ideas that have failed and discuss innovative ideas that can bring the results they seek.
With all the handwringing about gaps in wealth and income in our country, if we were serious we would have policies that promote, rather than prohibit, ownership.
If we look back to Barack Obama's famous speech at the 2004 Democratic Convention — the speech that put him on the political map — he sounds like Donald Trump.
Billions have been spent on education with little to show for the efforts.
There are, indeed, positive things happening as result of President Trump's leadership — deregulation, a new tax bill, overall business-friendly policies and rhetoric.
The economy is growing like it hasn't in years, the most sweeping tax reform since 1986 has been passed, and he is deregulating.
Contrary to what Bernie Sanders thinks, what is good for business is good for the working families they employ.
Bottom line: What we call a racial divide today is really a partisan divide.
We need law that allows those of different views and values to live together peacefully, mutually respecting the ideal of human liberty.