Our nation is better off when Americans follow the rule of law, not the passions of the mob
Upper-middle class gay couples aren’t suffering because they must call a different baker
‘The problems in Philadelphia are extremely serious’
Segregation-loving leftists want ‘living spaces based on shared race or ethnicity’ now
As someone who lived through Jim Crow, I won’t let people trivialize it.
America’s black soldiers fought heroically for freedom.
The NAACP is now a defender of a system of racial spoils, a champion of big government, and a promoter of progressive politics.
As a liberal, atheist resident of DC, I was worried about Glenn Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally. I was wrong to worry.
Bloomberg reporter Ryan Donmoyer wanted readers to know the context in which he wondered whether tea party members “parallel” Nazis
Protest the Obama administration’s big spending, pervasive centralizing, expansive regulating policies, and you must be an enemy of all that is good and true
Nation of Islam leader accuses Jewish people of crimes perpetrated against African Americans
Throughout the past year much has made over how the event in Cambridge bespoke of inequitable policing practices in America
He then goes on to profess how Byrd changed as America changed, as if the recent endorsement of Barack Obama is all that was needed to wipe out the late-Senators astonishing record of hostility towards civil rights.
Much of the mainstream media, especially in their opinion pages and talking-head analysis, have crossed the line into propaganda. Where bias reflects a particular way of looking at the world that emphasizes some facts over others, propaganda is an echo-chamber effort to skew facts in order to serve a larger “truth”
Private social clubs are reluctant to integrate in spite of civil rights laws
Paul announces support for Civil Rights Act after attacks - The Daily Caller
The GOP nominee for U.S. Senate from Kentucky tries to steer towards current issues and away from the civil rights remark controversy
Opinion: Arizona sucks - The Daily Caller
In America, there’s supposed to be a stark separation between sports and real life