Objections to the EM law are a result of pure Democratic Party and organized labor politics.
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Is there any such animal as a black conservative? There are blacks that have run in political races calling themselves conservatives, like Herman Cain. But we all knew what he was about from the beginning. Cain wanted to do the Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton thing — run for a nomination he knew he wouldn’t get … Continue Reading →
In 1987 when I was but a pup newspaperman, Tom Wolfe’s classic “Bonfire of the Vanities” captured Al Sharpton’s race circus antics in the person of the novel’s fictional Reverend Reginald Bacon, a New York race huckster exploiting a complex crime scene for racial purposes. Wolfe’s novel was remarkably prescient about events that unfolded that … Continue Reading →