What happens when military leadership doesn't match the troop's values?
CRT is nothing new. Harvard Law professor Derrick Bell is credited as being the father of critical race theory dating back to the mid-1970s.
MARYLAND: People, for religious or racial, or just mental health issues, too often grab a weapon – a gun, a knife, or even a car – in order to cause harm to other people. Regardless of any label, we place on the shooter – from color to political or religious ideology – at the end ...
If you deny that you're racist, you're a racist; if you don't agree, you're a racist. Welcome to the Kafka trap, where the accusation is the proof.
Thomas Sowell has always believed in a color-blind society. As he celebrates his 90th birthday, society still has not confronted all of its racial problems.
Identity politics is counter-intuitive of the goals of leaders such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Frederick Douglass, Thoroughgood Marshall.
Only one GOP governor has been elected in Colorado in 44 years. A unique candidate may well break that streak. Greg Lopez is bringing experience, minority roots and a love of people over politics to Colorado. And its a winning combination
Those who inflame race hatred endanger the lives of law enforcement officers and the public safety. The Dallas shootings spring from our political discourse.
WASHINGTON, March 19, 2016 – Jesse Owens is one of the most important athletes in American history. He’s on the short list as one of the greatest athletes of the 20th century. Even more interesting, Owens arrived on the scene at a time when his talents challenged the social and political atmosphere in both America ...
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4, 2016 — Comedian Jerry Seinfeld found himself the target of harsh criticism after telling ESPN Radio he would no longer do stand-up comedy on college campuses, citing politically correct obsession with “That’s racist, that’s sexist, that’s prejudiced.” “Don’t go near colleges,” Seinfeld’s friends told him, “they are so P.C.” John Cleese of Monty Python fame joined the debate. ...
Martin Luther King had a dream. Modern race theorists have made his dream a confused and incoherent mess and consigned it to the ideology of whiteness.
White, Black, Really Black - Rupert Murdoch speaks his mind supporting Ben Carson - and the uproar begins
Obama has all the leverage because he is willing to do the one thing that will always make Republicans blink - his is willing to let the United States default on its debt obligations.
If Dr. Martin Luther King’s assessment is correct that racism is a disease of the heart, then all accusations, all the implications, or all the blatant uses of the label of racist or the concept of racism will not correct racial divisions.
You don't have to be a cycling fan or even a sports fan at all to enjoy the beautiful views of the mountains, valleys, vineyards and fields, and coastline along the route of the Tour de France.
Looking at our complex history and recognizing only its shortcoming some to believe that "white privilege" is, somehow, an explanation for a reality that is multi-faceted.
Your feelings are hurt over the battle flag? Get over it. The world doesn't care about your feelings, it cares what you do to make it better for all of us.
You can be whatever you want to be; you only have to believe and be surrounded by fellow believers, and you can be a unicorn.
The Charleston killer, if convicted, deserves the harshest punishment possible. He is a terrorist motivated by his race against the race of others. He was a racial zealot.
Rachael Dolezal has shown us the light; forget facts, let's focus on feelings.