In his book White Guilt: How Blacks and Whites Together Destroyed the Promise of the Civil Rights Era (2006), black conservative author Shelby Steel describes how white guilt stokes a patronizing attitude toward minorities. Worse

Across the United States, protests have erupted, led, in part, by the organization called Black Lives Matter. Why does this organization only protest the deaths of African-Americans who are killed by law enforcement? There is

California is reeling from crisis to crisis. Water shortages, wildfires, power outages, government shutdowns, homelessness, exploding deficits, and uncontrolled crime/violence. All of these problems seem to be converging at once, and they are leaving Californians angry and

Whether Donald Trump or Joe Biden wins in November will be decided largely on which candidate voters believe will steer us out of the recession caused by the response to the coronavirus. Even with the good May job numbers, the economic recovery

The shutdown of the American economy has proven to be both unnecessary and harmful to the American people. It was undertaken to “flatten the curve” such that hospitals would not be overrun. It must certainly

In this land of opportunity, American entrepreneurs are our dreamers and their small businesses the lifeblood of the economy. As a business startup attorney for more than three decades, I can tell you that most cobble

As the nation prepares to reopen, the response to the COVID-19 crisis has taught us many lessons, not the least of which is that politicians and judges are willing to run roughshod over the Constitution if it

In a recent special congressional election, Republicans did something they hadn’t done in 22 years: They flipped a seat to Republican from Democrat in California. While there were special circumstances involved, there remains a broader issue that