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Healing The Racial Divide Through Education

Harry R. Jackson, Jr.  America’s racial composition is changing rapidly. In 2012, the Census Bureau predicted that whites would no longer be the majority group by 2043. This trend is already reshaping many states: during the 2000’s, California joined Texas, Hawaii and New Mexico as a state without a majority racial or ethnic group. These demographic […] Continue reading →

Walker’s 24% Leads Post-Romney GOP Field

Neil McCabe,   Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker dominates a crowded field of GOP White House contenders with 24 percent of Republicans, but former first lady Hillary R. Clinton shows general election strength head-to-head against Walker and others, according to a Feb. 12-`13 Townhall/Gravis poll of 969 registered Iowa voters. In the previous Townhall/Gravis Iowa poll, conducted […] Continue reading →

Activists Enraged After Target Dares to Use White Model in ‘Annie’ Dress Ads

Petitioner doubles down despite company debunking racist accusations. Radical leftist racial hysteria has reached new heights.  Yesterday, an enraged Internet activist launched a petition calling out retailer Target for daring to use a white child to model their clothing line associated with the 2014 adaptation of the film Annie, whose lead character is now […] Continue reading →

It Takes A Village To Raise A Looter

Mike Adams,  Earlier this semester, the UNC-Wilmington African American Center hosted a panel discussion on the Ferguson race riots. A student of mine noticed that none of the panel participants actually visited Ferguson. Given that I interviewed protestors on site in Ferguson in August, the student wanted to know why I was excluded from the […] Continue reading →

Newt Gingrich: A Guide to Election Night

 President Barack Obama has turned off large parts of America through radicalism, incompetence and political ineptness. As my friend Barry Casselman argues, “Obama has the worst political tin ear I’ve seen at that level. (I realize he thinks he is bringing out his base vote).  But he’s almost daring most Americans to turn against him.” […] Continue reading →

The New Black Male Can Be Conservative

John Ransom  Last week I wrote about my sympathies with the black community, especially the black male community, that has been and remains under siege in an America. Both political parties seem destined to misunderstand the historic wrongs committed in the African American community - especially those wrongs done to the black male. On the […] Continue reading →

Placing Kids above Politics

Armstrong Williams  During the first week of June, the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) received a generous $25 million donation from conservative/libertarian billionaires Charles and David Koch. At a time when historically black colleges and universities are struggling to obtain funding for hopeful African Americans students, you would think that the UNCF and other prominent […] Continue reading →

Obama Thinks Blacks Too Stupid to Understand

John Ransom  As Obama kicks off his “You’re Too Stupid to Understand” campaign tour, I’d like to make the following observation as a public service reminder: It’s not that Obama started believing his press clippings; it’s that Obama never for a moment doubted his press clippings. Generally, buying into the fables that the press tells […] Continue reading →