According to essentially everyone in the progressive political and media ecosphere, white racism competes only with climate change as the number one problem facing our society.
By making things up from whole cloth or, more insidiously, leaving out important details, the media created its own malignant narrative surrounding the Rittenhouse case.
A very malignant form of psychological projection has taken hold in our political discourse and it comes predominantly from the extreme Left.
Movies, plays, music and sports provide diversion that’s much needed by all of us. We used to know that. We seem to have forgotten.
What’s missing from all of the demagoguery and wokeism on race is an honest dissertation on the sea change that began in in this country in the 1960s.
Delaware basement campaign rhetoric aside, Joe Biden is nowhere close to being the “moderate” that we were promised.
President Biden’s remarks following the verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin were an absolute disgrace – an insult to people of goodwill regardless of race or skin color.
Most on the right believe that America is good. A loud and growing cohort on the left believes that it isn’t.
No matter what you’ve been led to believe by the race hustlers, white racism is in fact near the bottom of the list of your concerns if you’re a 22 year old black man.
It goes almost without saying that if three white adolescents killed a young black man and cited “boredom” and “the fun of it” as justification, the outcry from the media, left-leaning pundits and the professional race industry would be deafening.
French author and Nobel laureate André Gid said; “The true hypocrite is the one who ceases to perceive his deception; the one who lies with sincerity.” That quote comes to mind in the wake of the just-completed NAACP convention at which organization president Benjamin Jealous successfully pushed a resolution calling upon the Tea Party to, in his words, “…repudiate racist acts and bigotry in their ranks or accept responsibility.” Just to be clear. There is...
President Obama’s pick for the Supreme Court said in a speech in 2001 the following: “I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male who hasn’t lived that life.” Hasn’t lived what life? Do you have to be female and Hispanic in 2009 in order to be authentic? Does that mean that male and black no longer...