Rachel Dolezal is under fire for lying about her race. Why does it matter?
WASHINGTON, June 15, 2015 – Since Ferguson, I have been thinking about how I view those in my community, both black and white. I have found that I feel differently about different groups of people, and it is not based on race. I have heard several talking heads on both TV and radio determine that ...
The man who lost his dog provided a real teachable moment. He unintentionally showed the world what real human nature is, especially the character of Americans.
Democrats have made it very clear they don't respect the intelligence of the poor in the inner city.
Is there a pattern of institutionalize racism in Ferguson? If so, does it justify the shooting of police officers?
What is race baiting doing to America? Host Kevin Fobbs and author Star Parker discuss the trend she calls "Blind Conceit"
If black men are committing crime out of proportion to their numbers, it is important to consider the reason.
Join host Kevin Fobbs, Lonnie Poindexter and Darla Sutton Dawald, to discuss race baiting in America and how Rev. Martin Luther’s King’s legacy and dream can be recaptured.
WASHINGTON, December 27, 2014 — The term “white privilege” is meant to explain the unearned benefits that white people in Western cultures receive by virtue of their race. Some argue that white privilege is pervasive in American society. If it is and we want to reduce it, we should also think about black responsibility. Many Americans of color, including ...
Ismaaiyl Brinsley murdered two NYC police men. The police department is blaming Mayor De Blasio.
Chris Rock told the New York Times that white people should “own” the actions of their ancestors. No problem.
In the midst of burned buildings, destroyed businesses and community wreckage came a ray of hope.
Playing upon racial fears not only did not work but it exposes for all to see the cynical use of race by the Democrats in Washington.
One man who makes no bones about going against the grain is John Derbyshire. He is Joseph Cotto's guest for a frank conversation on race and conservatism in America.
OCALA, Fla., August 19, 2014 — Now that Michael Brown’s death has placed America in yet another race relations quagmire, let’s forget about black, white, yellow, or red and focus on fashion. George Zimmerman has long since been acquitted of any wrongdoing in the death of Trayvon Martin. Nonetheless, a great many individuals believe that Zimmerman ...
BREAKING NEWS: Racism still exists in America. So do ignorance and intolerance.
OCALA, Fla., April 24, 2014 — Is racial discrimination in public affairs ever a good thing? Even the Supreme Court can’t reach a unanimous conclusion. On Tuesday, our nation’s highest judicial body ruled in favor of Michigan in a case which pitted the state’s voter-approved affirmative action ban against a jumble of special interest groups. ...
Although Charles Murray and Richard Herrnstein wrote The Bell Curve twenty years ago, their findings remain relevant as ever. This has made no shortage of people very uncomfortable.
Despite all of this, race has not been defused as an issue, but amplified.
OCALA, Fla., January 30, 2014 — The subject of American race relations is contentious, to put it mildly. It is no secret that a great deal of minority communities are depressed. This comes in both the economic and social senses. Some, both within these communities and outside of them, claim that bigotry prevents young individuals from achieving ...