Jason D. Hill, The Hill

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Past articles by Jason:

Do we really need a law that bans discrimination based on hairstyles?

This form of workplace regulation by the state sets a bad precedent: What next? → Read More

Genocide, Stolen Land, and Other Lies about America

A few years ago, I was invited by a small liberal arts college in the Northeast to give a series of lectures on ethics and the formation of moral character to a mixed group of juniors and graduating seniors. I began the class with a discussion of how moral character was undoubtedly shaped by cultural norms, mores, traditions, and protocols but that, given the capacity of humans to question the… → Read More

What do African Americans owe America?

No one today who identifies as African American bears a resemblance to indigenous African ancestors who lived centuries ago. → Read More

Islam is incompatible with the laws and principles of the United States

Islam is not only incompatible with democracy. It is inimical to America's fundamental values and principles. → Read More

On the Moral and Legal Status of Islam in the United States

Islam is not only incompatible with democracy. It is inimical to America's fundamental values and principles. More important, it is in violation of the United States Constitution. → Read More

I’m an immigrant and I find open borders troubling

The idea of open borders presupposes that immigration is a human right or constitutional mandate, but actually it is a privilege granted by a host country. → Read More

A professor's call to shut down our nation's universities

Leftist professors are waging a war against America and teaching our young people to hate this country, and many students today refuse to tolerate other perspectives. → Read More

Critics of cultural appropriation suffer from a cultural deficit

It's time for ethnic and racial minorities to transcend their tragic inferiority complex and begin to feel honored that others find value in their cultural achievements. → Read More

In The Name Of The Best Within You: An Immigrant’s Homage To The American People

The United States is a land of moral thrivers yet we live in an era of deep resentment and hatred of our country → Read More

Slavery apologies are empty rhetoric, not a real way forward

Collective guilt, and entitlement to apology, asks us to bear the moral responsibilities for crimes we have not committed and to hold others responsible for ancestors' sins. → Read More

Kneeling players betray the moral meaning of America

Racism and police brutality existed under President Obama and administrations before his; where were the athletes who have politicized the game because they dislike President Trump? → Read More

Mr. President, please send the troops to Chicago

America's third-largest city is ruled by gangs, with a crime rate that is 35 percent higher than the national average. → Read More