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Recent articles by Larry:

Larry Elder: Same as it ever was — anti-GOP Media slams the economy

Op-ed views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author. As it did in 1992, the anti-Republican media is covering Trump’s economy as negatively as possible while keeping a straight face. After all, unemployment is at historical lows, most Americans feel optimistic about their own economic future, and most credit Trump with the … → Read More

The Media Is Trashing Trump's Economy Just Like It Did in 1992

In 1992, the economy under President George H.W. Bush was doing well, but the media acted as though it was a recession. Now, they're repeating the same strategy, hoping the attack against H.W. will tank Trump's reelection. → Read More

If Trump's 'Bigotry' Is an Impeachable Offense, Why Did Obama Get a Pass?

Democrat Al Green said Trump's "racism" and "bigotry" are impeachable offenses. If so, what about Obama's lies about young black men that inspired the Black Lives Matter movement and shootings of police? → Read More

Elder vs. Instagram: Innocent Mistake or Viewpoint Discrimination? Part II

My count of followers on Instagram suddenly stopped rising. Is this part of the liberal social media campaign against conservatives? Google is skewing search results against Trump... → Read More

My Instagram Growth Suddenly Stopped; Am I a Victim of Viewpoint Discrimination?

My radio colleague Dennis Prager heads a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization called Prager University. It shares five-minute educational videos from a conservative perspective. There have been over 2 billion views. No sex. No profanity. No chase scenes. But YouTube has placed restr... → Read More

Biden's Gaffes, Verbal Blunders Make Trump Look Like Churchill

Former Vice President Joe Biden, in December 2018, said, "I am a gaffe machine." File that under the category of truer words have seldom been spoken. President Donald Trump benefited in the 2016 presidential contest because the unfavorable numbers of his opponent, Hillary Clinton, matched or exce... → Read More

After Mass Shootings, Trump Blamed for 'Increasing Racism'

Immediately following two horrific mass shootings -- one in El Paso, Texas, and another within a matter of hours in Dayton, Ohio -- the blame game started. For many, culprit No. 1, of course, is President Donald Trump. Presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., said: "There is a complicity ... → Read More

NAACP Shows Its Irrelevance by Recommending Trump's Impeachment

At the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's annual convention in Detroit, delegates unanimously recommended that the House of Representatives impeach President Donald Trump. For what? Derrick Johnson, the NAACP's president, said: "The pattern of Trump's misconduct is unmis... → Read More

After Trump's 'Racist' Tweets, Dems Demand 'Civility,' But When Have They Practiced It?

After President Donald Trump's allegedly racist tweets, Democrats are calling for civility. But when have they not demonized conservatives and Republicans, in particular Reagan and Bush? → Read More

PolitiFact Rates Larry Elder 'False' on Democrats and Slavery, But Elder Was Right

Getting fact-checked cuts two ways. It means the fact-checkers pay attention to what I say. It also means I should expect liberal bias from the checkers. In a recent appearance on Fox News, I made the following assertions: Republicans did not own slaves. Democrats owned slaves; Democrats founded... → Read More

Democratic Debates: Did Russia Pay These Candidates to Throw the Election to Trump?

Did the Russians pay the 2020 Democratic candidates to throw the 2020 election to President Donald Trump? Watching all four hours of the first Democratic debates, it became increasingly difficult to reach any other conclusion. The candidates unanimously agreed on "Medicare for All" and that it sh... → Read More

Reparations: How Not to Foster Racial Harmony

About reparations, a skeptical President Barack Obama in 2016 told reparations proponent Ta-Nehisi Coates that it would divide the country. Obama said: "It is hard to think of any society in human history in which a majority population has said that as a consequence of historic wrongs, we are now... → Read More

AOC Got a Pass on the Cost of 'Free' from ABC's Jonathan Karl

ABC's Jonathan Karl recently interviewed Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. Karl asked no question and did not call for a clarification when Ocasio-Cortez, presumably referring to the Mueller report, spoke about "the abundance of evidence, 10 counts of obstruction of justice, four with rock-so... → Read More

America Will Always Be 'Racist' — If Nirvana Is the Goal

In 1964, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. predicted that America could elect a black president in 40 years or less. Implicit in King's prediction is that such an achievement would show that racism was no longer a serious problem in our country. Three years later, King said: "Because of prejudices and n... → Read More

AOC Returns to the Scene of the Minimum Wage Crime

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., an advocate for a $15 minimum wage, returned to work as a bartender for one day. Ocasio-Cortez said: "All labor has dignity, and the way that we give labor dignity is by paying people the respect and the value that they are worth at minimum. We have to make ... → Read More

Democrats 2020: The Grievance Party

Describing the Democratic Party as one built on "identity politics" used to be a pejorative. But Georgia's failed 2018 Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams, recently defended this description of her party. "I would argue that identity politics is exactly who we are," said Abrams, "an... → Read More

The Left's Battle Against 'Inequality' Leaves Out One Critical Factor

In his book Discrimination and Disparities, economist Thomas Sowell notes that a disproportionate percentage of first-born siblings become National Merit scholars compared to siblings born later, presumably because the first-born starts life with no sibling competition for parental attention. Thi... → Read More

Trump's 'Infrastructure' Plan Versus Obama's 'Stimulus': Part II

My previous column objected to President Donald Trump and Sen. Chuck Schumer's, D-N.Y., proposed $2 trillion "infrastructure" spending. As with President Barack Obama's "stimulus," the Trump-Schumer plan violates the concept of federalism and bails out states that spend irresponsibly, guaranteein... → Read More

Trump's 'Infrastructure' Plan Versus Obama's 'Stimulus': What's the Difference?

What's the difference between the $2 trillion "infrastructure" plan that Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and President Donald Trump have reportedly agreed to and then-President Barack Obama's so-called economic "stimulus"? Apart from the fact that the Schumer-Trump proposal is double the Obama price ... → Read More

To pay for reparations, will Democrats sue themselves?

To pay for reparations, will Democrats sue themselves? → Read More