By: Mike McDaniel Extraordinary achievement should always be celebrated, and the race of the person achieving shouldn’t make the slightest difference. Unfortunately, after eight years of Barack Obama, around half of America is pretty much all about race. In a sense, the extraordinary achievements of black people are noteworthy because a half-century of “helping” blacks has, for too many, been anything but helpful. Far too many are caught in a cycle of cultural suicide, where achieving great things is seen as “acting white,” and a betrayal of a nebulous culture that all too often is built on some of man’s worst compulsions and excesses.
Kanye again makes sense. This time, he says quite correctly that Americans are individuals, so politics should be personal, not a matter of group think. Group-think, which denies people’s individuality and insists that they have no meaning separate from whatever group the politicians believe best serve the politicians’ goals, is [Read More]
By: Mike McDaniel Let’s see: there are checking accounts, savings accounts, retirement accounts, and now, a new and exciting innovation: individual reparations accounts! The Free Beacon.com explains: Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson called on white people to maintain an ‘individual reparations accounts’ to make donations to black individuals as retribution [Read More]
Progressives pretend that their transgender politics are based on science but they’re not; it’s fantasy all the way, which is a disservice to children. The other day, NPR had a fascinating article. Because it is fascinating, allow me to quote some of the more interesting points: Why Caitlyn Jenner can never be [Read More]