Courts, bureaucrats and the intellectual elite have consistently concluded that “gross” disparities are probative of a pattern and practice of discrimination. Given all of the differences among people, such a position is pure nonsense.
Do you prefer that fewer people get killed or that kinder and gentler rhetoric and tactics be used?
If it is assumed that problems that have a devastating impact on black well-being are a result of racial discrimination and a “legacy of slavery” when they are not, resources spent pursuing a civil rights strategy will yield disappointing results.
Today’s black leaders have little reservation about giving their support to union policies that harm their constituents.
Is it within the capacity of black Americans to make it in this society without the special favors variously called racial preferences, quotas, affirmative action and race-sensitive policies?
Why should present-day white Americans, who had nothing to do with slavery in the 19th Century, be forced to pay higher taxes and sacrifice their own well-being because of injustice never personally committed by them?
“Do racial preferences work? What is the track record?”
Dr. William’s explains why slavery is not the “blame whitey” issue that race hustlers make it out to be.
The average parent has no idea of the devious indoctrination going on in classrooms in many public schools. What follows are some of the lessons of the conference.
Many people think that it takes government to eliminate racial discrimination, but economic theory predicts the opposite.
The weakening of racial preferences in college admissions can be beneficial if it can focus our attention on the causes of the huge gap in academic achievement between blacks and whites and Asians.
Seeing as the Obama administration is concerned about punishment disproportionality, should black convicts be released so that only 13 percent of incarcerated murderers are black?
Republicans have failed to explain why the minimum wage laws that Democrats support are counterproductive for blacks.
“How dare you be black and anti-Obama!”
The cultural problems that affect many black people are challenging and not pleasant to talk about, but incorrectly attributing those problems to racism and racial discrimination, a need for more political power, and a need for greater public spending condemns millions of blacks to the degradation and despair of the welfare state.
Here are a few facts about people whom the Census Bureau labels as poor.
Without collectivism, no racism is possible.
The black family survived centuries of slavery and generations of Jim Crow, but it has disintegrated in the wake of the liberals’ expansion of the welfare state.
To be a true hero and leader, Mandela would have inspired South Africa–and the rest of the world–to rise to the standard of individual rights.
What low-income whites in England and ghetto blacks in the United States have in common is a generations-long indoctrination in victimhood.
Emotional charges of racism? What a convenient way to escape defense of your own flawed viewpoints.
The main reason for many people’s surprise is that the mainstream media have usually suppressed news about the “knockout game” or about other and larger forms of similar orchestrated racial violence in dozens of cities in every region of the country.
The last thing the political left needs, or can even afford, are self-reliant individuals.
More dangerous are the innumerable organized and unprovoked physical attacks on whites by young black gangs in shopping malls, on beaches and in other public places all across the country today.
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