One thing about Jason Riley:Gated is that he has a lot of guts in the politics of race in America. He takes no prisoners The great lie of the summer has been the Black Lives Matter movement. It was founded on one falsehood—that a Ferguson, Mo., police officer shot a black suspect who was trying to surrender—and it is perpetuated…Read More »
Watching the Valley Patriot debate it was evident that the two key candidates in the race had clearly different styles and approaches. Kirsten Hughes’ background as a trained lawyer, MassGOP staffer, campaign leader and city council woman are solid credentials to take a leadership role in a campaign. Just the way she did during Scott Brown’s losing campaign for Senator.…Read More »
Crossposted at The Rockefeller Republican It has been two months since the United States, in self-declared historic fashion, elected its first Black President. President-Elect Obama was said to usher in a new post-racial era and everyone from Jesse Jackson to MSNBC heralded its arrival. Just this weekend on NBC's Meet the Press they had a show dedicated to what Obama's…Read More »
From LewRockwell.com : No He Can’t, by Anne Wortham Fellow Americans, Please know: I am black; I grew up in the segregated South. I did not vote for Barack Obama; I wrote in Ron Paul’s name as my choice for president. Most importantly, I am not race conscious. I do not require a black president to know that I am…Read More »
So Obama again, denounces the ‘comments’ of Rev. Wright, but he will NOT denounce Rev. Wright himself… http://www.breitbart.tv/?p=86563 Why is Obama still clinging to this guy? There is a clear difference between saying someone’s comments are wrong, but the person himself is ok, which is what Obama is doing in a backhand sort of way. And here is my…Read More »
Pretty tense article from The Atlantic regarding Bill Cosby.
From Birmingham to Cleveland and Baltimore, at churches and colleges, Cosby has been telling thousands of black Americans that racism in America is omnipresent but that it can’t be an excuse to stop striving. As Cosby sees it, the antidote to racism is not rallies, protests, or pleas, but strong families…