Myron Rolle And Carson Huey-You: Lives That Matter

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.

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