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  • Al Franken
    From Burke to Limbaugh and the Latin Mass
    Pity no one can stumble onto this topic area, as the headline is a grabber. It is a reaction to Michael Sean Winters piece in the National Catholic Reporter on Conservatism. I miss conservatism, which ou will see in my comments. You can see what I...
  • Racism as a carcinogen risk
    Racism as a carcinogen risk
    Rick Gibbons, PhD, will discuss “Racism as a Carcinogen: Risk, Resilience, and Genetic Sensitivity” on February 5th as part of the ongoing CHIP lecture series at Uconn.Gibbons is a health-social psychologist who specializes in studying...
  • Prior Lake Brad Knudson: Father of bullied Prior Lake girl defends his daughter
    Prior Lake Brad Knudson: Father of bullied Prior Lake girl defends his daughter
    Prior Lake, Minnesota father Brad Knudson is getting more attention than he wanted. In fact, thousands of individuals have offered their support to the Minnesota family after their African American eighth grade daughter's school bullies got...
  • MLK's dream is still out of reach
    MLK's forgotten dream
    When I was in elementary school, I auditioned to be the lead in a school play. I was given the part, and ironically my co-stars name was Coretta Scott. I kid you not, that was her real name. Coretta played my wife and I was, Dr. Martin Luther King...
  • Azealia Banks
    Rapper Azealia Banks: 'Time to put death spells on cops' who kill innocents
    Azealia Banks, a rapper who recently called Twitter "free therapy," issued a tweet Saturday saying it's time to put "death spells" on police officers who kill "innocent civilians." It's not the first time...
  • signing
    'Selma' gets one Oscar nod, a 'fuming' Sharpton calls for emergency meeting
    Arguably one of the most politically liberal demographics in the nation, the entertainment industry has long prided itself for its adherence to everything politically correct, multi-culturally friendly, and well ... just about everything the...
  • What other countries say about racism in America
    What other countries say about racism in America
    Following the release of the CIA torture reports of inhumane treatment of detainees by Americans in Afghanistan, Lithuania, Romania, Poland, Thailand, Guantanamo and other "Black sites" (Open Society Justice Initiative) and the murders...
  • Scott Chisolm
    A black Christian's plea to his white brothers and sisters
    Note: The following is a guest post written by Scott Chisolm (Rock Hill, SC) at the invitation of Methodist Examiner JM Smith in response to the previous article "Ferguson, justice and a suggestion for white Christians"---------------My...
  • Ronald Reagan
    Ronald Reagan was an 'extreme racist,' says top political author and commentator
    The issue of race was front and center in 2014 after the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and the choking death of Eric Garner in New York City. In the middle of all the chaos was a political take down of one of the most...
  • Charlie Rangel
    Charlie Rangel admits: I only cared about dead soldiers that 'looked like me'
    While appearing on Monday's edition of MSNBC's "The Ed Show," Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., admitted that while serving in Korea, he only cared about black soldiers who were killed. The statement reveals a stunning level of...
  • No brunch
    Hashtag du jour reads #BlackBrunch (hold the bacon)
    We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight in the streets, we shall fight at the brunch table. In case you hadn't heard, yesterday NAPARP (the National Amalgamation of Protesters Against Racist Police) took its act indoors, to restaurants...
  • Black Brunch
    'Black Brunch' protesters harass whites in public businesses, demand deference
    On Sunday, activists in New York and Oakland, California, engaged in what has been dubbed "Black Brunch" protests, Yahoo News said. According to Dylan Stableford, protesters targeted customers eating in popular establishments like...
  • Black liberal activists storm NYC restaurants
    Black liberal activists storm NYC restaurants
    On Sunday, Derryck Green of Young Conservative reported that numerous liberal black protestors stormed several New York City restaurants targeting and began harassing white patrons who were eating brunch and even brought a white female customer to...
  • Oprah Winfrey
    Oprah under attack after criticizing the black lives matter movement
    While promoting her newest film "Selma," legendary talk show host Oprah Winfrey was asked about her thoughts on the recent protests involving the black lives matter movement. Though sympathizing with the movement's cause, Oprah...
  • Ferguson, New York and the culture of suspicion
    Ferguson, New York and the culture of suspicion
    "I will accept what the interpretation is [of the facts of Brown's shooting] depending on who is doing the interpretation."Thus spoke Bishop Dudley while interviewed on the O'Reilly show a few weeks before the final verdict in...