Tag Archive: black lives matter

21
Jan

King vs. Kaepernick: Classic Civil Rights versus Black Lives Matter (Part 2)

Click here for part 1 One of the major contrasting issues is always to make plain or clear the purpose of protest or direct action. Dr. King had a plan to bring opposing sides to the negotiating table. It is […]

19
Jan

King vs. Kaepernick: Classic Civil Rights versus Black Lives Matter (Part 1)

Recently I sat down to reread the classic “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.” It was awe-inspiring and eye-opening to, again, call to remembrance Dr. King’s compelling defense and strategy during the early Civil Rights movement against the backdrop of criticism […]

17
May

Fake Russian Ads Stoked Racial Tensions — Race-Hustling Democrats ‘Colluded’

President Donald Trump rejects the narrative that Russia wanted him to win. USA Today examined each of the 3,517 Facebook ads bought by the Russian-based Internet Research Agency, the company that employed 12 of the 13 Russians indicted by special […]

08
Jul

Black Families Matter…or not?

Recapping Freedom’s Journal Institute’s “Black Conservative Leadership Summit” on the State of the Black Family Washington, DC – June 14-15, 2017 Recently, a group of black conservative scholars and leaders, co-sponsored by the Heritage Foundation in our nation’s capital, along […]

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