Moral responsibility is individual, not collective. It is volitional, not deterministic. Moral responsibility is based on an individual’s choices, not on one’s racial membership.
On Martin Luther King Day–and every day–we should focus on the antidote to racism and alternative to racial thinking: individualism.
Some of the confusion in thinking about matters of race stems from the ambiguity in the terms that we use. I am going to take a stab at suggesting operational definitions for a couple terms in our discussion of race.
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It may be perplexing to some, but I believe that our nation has made great progress in matters of race, so much so that imaginary racism and racial hoaxes must be found.
That innovative black Americans flourished in late 19th- and early 20th-century America is a little-known part of our heritage.
Multiculturalism today celebrates all cultures but it is the poor who ultimately pay the price of that celebration in stunted development, missed opportunities and blighted lives.
“The worst enemy that the Negro have is this white man that runs around here drooling at the mouth professing to love Negros and calling himself a liberal, and it is following these white liberals that has perpetuated problems that Negros have.” — Malcom X
“There are some ideas so absurd that only an intellectual could believe them.”
The dangers of discriminating for minority home owners.
The new racism, born in academia, is just as ugly as the old racism.
On the the call for a nation where one will be judged by the color of their skin over the content of their character.
White and black “liberals”, who claim that blacks face a “mortal threat” from the “white supremacist in the White House” are perpetuating a cruel hoax. The primary victims of that hoax are black people.
What about violent black-white interracial crime? According to the FBI’s Bureau of Justice Statistics, in 2018, there were about 600,000 such instances. In 90% of them, the perpetrator was black, the victim white.
“Your success as a family, our success as a society, depends not on what happens in the White House, but on what happens inside your house.”
Are white people obsessed with and engaged in a conspiracy against black people?
How much of the plight of many blacks can be explained by current racial discrimination?
Here's what President Donald Trump tweeted about Baltimore's congressman and his city: "Rep. Elijah Cummings has been a brutal bully, shouting and screaming at the great men & women of Border Patrol about conditions at the Southern Border, when actually his...
When leftists have no other winning argument, they falsely accuse others of racism.
Chief among the policies that reward inferiority and irresponsibility is the welfare state.
Slavery doesn’t have a good record of producing wealth.
Two years after the first black president departed office, the 2020 Democratic candidates fall over themselves promising to combat “white privilege” and to address “systemic” or “institutional” or “structural” racism against blacks.
Social justice warriors ignore many differences that have little or nothing to do with discrimination but have an enormous impact on outcomes.
“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.
Most of today’s major problems encountered by black people have little or nothing to do with racial discrimination and a legacy of slavery.