Reparations Don't Buy Justice, Dignity or Freedom

If there is any legitimate claim of collective guilt, it is the guilt of original sin, which we learn in the book of Genesis.

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Opt out of Social Security for Racial Equity

Sixty-one percent of white families have either direct or indirect ownership in stocks. Only 31 percent of Black families do.

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Will the Real Racists in America Raise Their Hands?

For the first time ever, the percentage of high-income black households exceeded the percentage of low-income black households.

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Dr. Walter Williams: Prophet of Freedom

An African American who grew up poor in Philadelphia, he was raised by a single mother and, at one time, drove a cab.

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Republican Party Future Depends on More Black, Brown Voters

One reason President Donald Trump did not run away with the election as Reagan did is what I have been writing about for years: the changing demographics of the country.

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I'm Optimistic About America

The hairsplitting vote counts that turned the election in favor of Joe Biden cannot be seen in any way as a mandate.

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Conservative Answers for Poverty

The moral chaos that defines what those on the left today conceive to be freedom, has little to do with the vision of freedom of the Christian men and women who founded and built the nation.

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Blacks and Trump

Well-funded and aggressive disinformation campaigns the left disseminates into black communities shut down good news and manufactures bad news.

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In Defense of Common Values

I simply cannot conduct civil discourse with someone who does not accept as a core value and core belief that private property is sacred, derived from the biblical principle "thou shalt not steal."

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BLM Suppresses the Truth About Poverty

Shutting down dialogue, shutting down free and open exchange of ideas, is exactly what Black Lives Matter wants.

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