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Bill O’Reilly: The Color of Hope

My friend Charles Krauthammer, a thinking man’s pundit, believes some problems cannot be solved. Charles points to the Palestinian-Israeli situation and to the collapse of the traditional black family in America. I disagree. It is possible to change black attitudes, but it will take a dynamic person to lead the way. The primary reason that […] Continue reading →

Our Post-Racial President Claims to be Black

Last Friday, President Obama made his first attempt to claim his position as the first black president. In fact, for the first time in my recollection, the President referred to himself as an African-American in one of his speeches — a dramatic turnaround from his “post-racial” stance and his advocacy of other special interest groups. […] Continue reading →

Jackie Gingrich Cushman: The Question Should Be Why

A little less rhetoric and a little more reflection might make the national conversation about race more productive. The conversation regarding race followed this month’s decision by a Florida jury to acquit George Zimmerman in the killing of Trayvon Martin — and it is continuing. In watching the media coverage of the responses, it might […] Continue reading →

Leading From Behind Al Sharpton

Pat Buchanan  “The First Black President … Spoke First as a Black American,” ran the banner headline of Sunday’s Washington Post. But why, when the fires of anger over the Zimmerman verdict were dying down, did he go into that pressroom and stir them up? “A week of protests outside the White House, pressure building […] Continue reading →

ACLU to Holder: Leave Zimmerman Alone Now

by Tad Cronn The ACLU has decided to imitate Emily Litella and reversed its stance on pursuing federal charges against George Zimmerman. Emily Litella was the fictional news commentator created by the late Gilda Radner. Litella was known for going on opinionated rants about current topics, often based on confusion over a particular word like […] Continue reading →

Stand Your Ground Laws Under Attack

Never underestimate the ability of liberals to attempt to repeal or propose a law by using a tragic event that wouldn’t have even be prevented if their proposed laws or repeal were in place. Following the Sand Hook tragedy, anti-gun Democrats proposed all forms of new gun legislation which they were forced to admit wouldn’t […] Continue reading →

Hillary Encounters Heartbreak on the Path to 2016

Jeannie DeAngelis We learned last January that Mrs. Clinton believes that if a person is murdered, after the fact it doesn’t matter how or why.  And while that proclamation was perfectly acceptable to the Obama Administration when it came to the deaths of Christopher Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone S. Woods, and Glen Doherty, we’ve come […] Continue reading →

Zimmerman Speech Obama Should Have Given

My fellow Americans: I am your humble servant. You have entrusted me with the tremendous honor and responsibility to serve you as president. I am not president of black America, Hispanic America or white America. I am not president of liberal America or conservative America. I am president of the United States of America. Regrettably, […] Continue reading →

Birth of a Racist

Sally Zelikovsky When I awoke this morning and looked at myself in the mirror, I realized that I had undergone a fundamental transformation — a  Kafkaesque metamorphosis.  I was no longer myself.  I had become…a racist. I didn’t do it to myself.  I’ve always been sensitive to race.  I don’t support racism or racists.  I’ve […] Continue reading →