No Republican president prior to Trump has had the gumption to tell the truth about anything if there existed even a microscopic chance that it might evoke a charge of racism.
There ought to be, for political purposes, a statute of limitations on youthful stupidity.
How is President Trump’s perceived failure to condemn white nationalists by name different from President Obama’s blatant and clearly intentional refusal to condemn Black Lives Matter by name?
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.
To hear race hustlers like Al Sharpton tell it, the streets of cities all over America are patrolled by white police officers who will use any excuse to abuse or kill a black man.
What if instead of Donald Sterling, it were you in his predicament? Don’t be quick to dismiss the possibility.
As is their long-standing practice, the race hustlers are using tragedy, in this case the death of a young black kid, as a tool for the advancement of their own agendas and their own very personal interests.
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...
NASA and the New Black Panthers party come together to illustrate how far afield we have strayed. First, NASA.