We should not only allow global capitalism; we should welcome it and foster it in every way possible. It is time to rephrase Karl Marx: Workers of the world unite for global capitalism; you have nothing to lose but your poverty.
“Uncle Tom,” on the other hand is designed to label that person as a traitor, a sellout, as a black person who colludes with white racists to undermine the success of black people.
Let’s examine the history of socialism.
Most of today’s major problems encountered by black people have little or nothing to do with racial discrimination and a legacy of slavery.
Venezuelans who escaped their country’s socialism understand now that socialism creates poverty.
Jewish bigotry from black liberals — and Omar is black — has long been an unspoken problem among Democrats.
The philosophy of individualism is the foundation of a free society; it is the basis of a community of men that does not require or demand the sacrifice or enslavement of some for the one-sided benefits of others.
That innovative black Americans flourished in late 19th- and early 20th-century America is a little-known part of our heritage.
Collectivist elements spur violations of individual rights, such as taxes, highly progressive income taxation in particular, and other wealth “redistribution” schemes that discourage entrepreneurship, innovation, and wealth creation in general
Democrats opposed the 13th Amendment, which freed the slaves, the 14th Amendment, which conferred citizenship on them, and the 15th Amendment, which gave them the right to vote.