The DOW’s decision to affirm the right of public schools to have offensive Native American mascots sends the wrong message to children.
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Where are the statements from Democrats to oust Platko over her use of the n-word?
There is a truth that can’t be denied: Racism is not something that can be eliminated by laws.
The Christopher Dorner saga seems to have come to an end. But the issues surrounding this multi-layered situation should not. Dorner was definitely not a martyr as some portray him. There should never be justification for any form of vigilantism to rectify crimes or perceived slights. Moreover, there is nothing heroic about the three murders, … Continue Reading →
Mitt Romney fully embraced birtherism today at a campaign rally in Michigan. In remarking on his Michigan roots he said: “No one’s ever asked to see my birth certificate,” Romney said to cheers. “They know this is the place where we were born and raised.” It’s being widely spun by the media as a joke. … 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 →
New information continues to pour in about the tragic death of Trayvon Martin. The most damaging to George Zimmerman’s version of events is this police video of Zimmerman being brought into the station which was released by ABC News last night. View the video link for yourself and tell me if you see any sign … Continue Reading →
The tragic death of Trayvon Martin has touched people in many ways, but when you take out all the emotional and political aspects, it can be distilled to one sentence. Trayvon Martin would still be alive if George Zimmerman had stayed in his car, as the dispatcher had advised, and waited for the police to … Continue Reading →