Tag Archive: Congressional Black Caucus

07
Aug

Isms and Ingrates: The cultural-political​ Taxonomy

Let’s begin this way.  Presidential candidate Joe Biden and President Trump are not racists. Nor do they fit under the menagerie of other familiar “Isms,” that are the communication currency of so many residing on the Liberal Progressive spectrum in today’ […]

26
Sep

Just Stupid!

  The greatest danger or existential threat to blacks is not the police, but other black people.  It is a simple truth that shrieks at anyone reviewing statistics on black-on-black crime.  Although police maleficence exists, it pales in comparison to […]

18
Sep

Vietnam Saved My Life

For the past five years since my retirement, I’ve volunteered several days a week at the local VA Medical Center. During which time, I have met a lot of impressive individuals. They are Veterans, who have given so much to […]

14
Jun

If Tough Anti-Drug Laws Are ‘Racist,’ Blame Black Leaders

Why did Alice Marie Johnson, a first-time nonviolent drug offender, get a life sentence? She and her husband divorced in 1989. The next year, she lost her job as a FedEx manager, followed by bankruptcy and home foreclosure in 1991. […]

01
Feb

Had ‘News’ Media Done Its Job, Obama Would Not Have Become President

  A photojournalist withheld publication of a 2005 photograph of a smiling then-Sen. Barack Obama with a beaming Louis Farrakhan, the anti-Semitic, anti-white leader of the Nation of Islam. The occasion was a meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus. The […]

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