Cowardice has been variously described over the years. When asked for a definition Microsoft Word provided several, including one from Wikipedia that seems to cover all the bases:
Cowardice is a trait wherein fear and excess self-concern override doing or saying what is right, good and of [...]
A black teen gets shot by cops, and black people in the neighborhood say, “Kill the cops.” But when black teens shoot other black teens, black people say nothing.
If I were the police, I would take black neighborhoods off my radar. Let’s [...]
I don’t condone looting, but do believe there are situations where looting is necessary. Take Hurricane Katrina for example.
Looting to get food and water for survival was warranted, that is if you were stupid enough to remain in a punch bowl with [...]
In Ferguson, Missouri, the unthinkable has happened. When the controlling law enforcement authority (an African-American sworn officer), was directly asked to help protect (predominately white-owned) businesses from looters that who ACTUALLY entering and stealing, vandalizing and ruining their stores (to try to appease and placate black criminals [...]
The Deliberate Underclass
For several decades Black Americans by multiple measures – including literacy levels, employment and incarceration rates – out achieved their White peers. You would be forgiven if you thought that [...]
As a growing string of policy debacles threatens to consign his presidency to the ranks of failures, President Barack Obama has taken bold steps in the area of immigration to transform America and reshape his legacy. By ignoring the Constitution’s separation of powers and using [...]
In the 2000s, the Democratic Senate leader and former KKK Kleagle Robert Byrd (WV), dropped the n-word twice in national news interview. Never mind that the democratic party choose a former KKK Kleagle who admitted his interest in politics and leadership was stirred during his tenure with [...]
The above title is a question I have been asking for the last 5 years. As the economy continued in the doldrums one has to wonder. Now many of you may be asking who is Peggy Joseph? The answer is that she is the woman who, in [...]
Matt Lauer gives The Captain love.
Derek Jeter has been a darned good ballplayer; but the media hype surrounding his final appearance at the All-Star Game transformed him into a god. Is progressive guilt lurking here?
If millions of soldiers from south of the border were flooding our nation for the purposes of colonizing our land, we would easily recognize the threat. And if some amongst us were aiding and abetting this invasion — purposely lowering border security to facilitate it — we’d [...]
Aside from attacks on the Second Amendment, there is a certain theme that’s now repeated after every massacre committed by an unhinged individual: that most all mass killers are white. After the recent Elliot Rodger murders, for instance, Michael Moore said that he no longer had “anything [...]
Commenting recently on the Elliot Rodger killings, arch-leftist Michael Moore wrote that while “other countries have more violent pasts…more guns per capita in their homes…and the kids in most other countries watch the same violent movies and play the same violent video games that our kids play, [...]
Introducing the new terms: “Political Racism,” Conservative Diversity,” “Vote Frauder,” “Involuntary Victimhood.” This report covers the continued arming of government agencies as part of Obama’s domestic security force as big as the military. The Commentary covers the Leftist pathological obsession with race, and how to get past it. Lastly we cover federal judges illegally using [...]
Tony Bennett left his heart in San Francisco — and Michelle Obama left her brain in 1954.
Addressing graduating high-school students the other day in the Topeka, Kansas, school district, the federal lunch lady said, referring to the Brown v. Board of Education decision, “[Y]our experience here [...]
The UK Independence Party (UKIP) is almost on the verge of toppling a two-party (sometimes three-party) monopoly in British politics which goes back to the 19thcentury.
UKIP – which was formed as long ago as 1993 – calls from a withdrawal from the European Union (EU) [...]
The unfortunate turmoil caused by someone secretly recording a private conversation with Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling who allegedly made some remarks that expressed opinions that the media have quickly labeled “racist” is being driven down the same one lane, one-way road where the media supports [...]
For decades liberals have lobbied against punishment and for rehabilitation. The argument was that a mugger or murderer was just a victim of his environment, someone caught in the crosshairs of bad nurturing and neighborhood. Accountability is unwarranted because the person bears no responsibility: he knew not [...]
It all started with the first person who ever said: “You hate the President because he is black.” This forever changed American politics and the presidency. It also forever changed the meaning of racism. It meant that anyone of a different color, especially white people, who said [...]
“I support them and give them food, and clothes, and cars, and houses. Who gives it to them? Does someone else give it to them? … Who makes the game? Do I make the game, or do they make the game? Is there 30 owners that created [...]
Never let a racial crisis go to waste is, I suppose, the credo of the Machiavellian mainstream media. Since the release of the Don Sterling audio, liberals haven’t missed a chance to play the race card for all its worth. One of the worst offenders is a [...]
For the record, I don’t believe Cliven Bundy is a “racist.”
For the record, I don’t even care.
Such indifference to that damnable failing, that thing we all know is the worst thing one can be, must make me a damnable man. But I am flexible. I [...]
The Donald Sterling issue is only the latest example of how symbolism over substance is distorting the national conversation about race, class, and economic reality. We have gone from caring about substance to caring about appearances – to such a degree, in fact, that we can turn [...]