Frank Camp, According to The Washington Free Beacon, the student government at University of Wisconsin-Madison is demanding “free and full access” for “all black people,” as well as “test-optional admissions” for minority students. In a recent op-ed, Tyriek Mack, one of the students who sponsored the legislation, enumerates the demands of The Blackout Movement, of
Dennis Prager, Source of Human Rights Left: government Right: the Creator Human Nature Left: basically good (Therefore, society is primarily responsible for evil.) Right: not basically good (Therefore, the individual is primarily responsible for evil.) Economic Goal Left: equality Right: prosperity Primary Role of the State Left: increase and protect equality Right: increase and protect
Ryan Bomberger, I’ve not been a fan of the National Urban League’s leftist ideology since 2010. That’s when I stopped my daily diet of fake news from mainstream media. Now, the National Urban…I’ll say it…National Urban Myths League has put out a bogus report card on Barack Obama’s performance as president. They’ve deemed his presidency
Harry R. Jackson, Jr., In late October of this year, then candidate Trump gave a speech in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, in which he outlined his plan for his first 100 days in office. It included three major areas of focus: cleaning up corruption in Washington, job creation and what many called a “law and order” agenda.
Cal Thomas, That race continues to be a major source of anxiety and division in America is an undeniable fact. While some politicians continue to use race to divide, Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. is trying again to bridge the gap in his latest PBS documentary series “Black America Since MLK.” As a conservative
Lynne Patton, vice president of the Eric Trump Foundation, writes that black voters are flocking to presidential candidate Donald Trump much more than previous Republicans because of the Democrats’ “broken promises.” From The Hill: No racial group has suffered more from illegal immigration than Black America. Yet the question remains: Will large numbers of African-Americans finally
Ben Carson,The Root #NewDealForBlackAmerica Donald Trump often says things that many people believe to be true but dare not say. He did it again recently by saying that nobody needs to tell African Americans in this country that the old New Deal from the Democratic Party isn’t working for them. Trump made the simple but accurate
Trump’s New Deal for Black AmericaA Plan for Urban Renewal Nobody needs to tell African-Americans in this country that the old new deal from the Democratic Party isn’t working for them. In election after election, Democratic party leaders take African-American voters for granted and year after year the condition of Black America gets worse. The
Sheriff David Clarke, The Democrat National Convention seems to be mirroring for the American people exactly the kind of disarray and contempt for truth, laws, and order that progressive policies will continue wreak on the country, if given the chance to lead. It’s difficult to imagine how this party’s Philadelphia party could get any worse,
David Clarke, Here’s a sobering thought for Americans to contemplate as we now deal with the aftermath of the horrific murders of law enforcement officers in the name of Black Lives Matter in Dallas, Texas: this was mission accomplished for Black Lives Matter, not an aberration. The violence and hate-filled messages pouring out of Black
Michael Brown, As America stands at the precipice of deadly, coast-to-coast, race wars, this is not the time to mince words. I would rather speak the truth in love, even if it means offending some, than avoid confrontation out of fear of offense. In return, I expect others to be just as candid with me.
Real-estate developer Donald Trump won the Republican presidential primary in Indiana on Tuesday, dealing a devastating blow to Ted Cruz’s effort to stop him from becoming the party’s presumptive nominee before the national convention in July. Trump’s massive win, projected to include at least 45 of the 57 delegates at stake, followed a day of