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Indian-American appoints Black-American to Senate, but it doesn’t matter because racism or something…

The news of the day is that Indian-American governor of South Carolina has appointed Tim Scott to replace Jim DeMint in the U.S. Senate.  Scott will be the only Black American serving in the Senate and only the 7th in the entire … Continue reading

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Bitter Clinging is Back!

Just when you thought it was over, Obama has brought back a beloved meme from the 2008 election. Bitter clinging is back for a repeat performance! I — I do think that it’s important for us to recognize that right … Continue reading

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“I like my tea Black”

There’s been a great deal of noise being made on the increasingly frantic left about the rapid rise of “Tea Parties” in the American political consciousness.  Reporters from the so-called mainstream media cannot seem to stop themselves from focusing relentlessly … Continue reading

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Send the Men away

I think they call this sexism… In case you were unsure of what she said, here it is: “We go to the ladies room and the Republican women and the Democratic women and we just roll our eyes. And the … Continue reading

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Color vs. Content: Reflections on MLK day in the age of Obama

Today is the day set aside to celebrate and honor one of many heroes of the American Civil Rights movement: the Rev. Dr. Martin L. King Jr., who was assassinated during the height of the political turmoil in the late … Continue reading

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Symbolic Rape

The hard left is a dangerous place for women, children, and other living things.  So says Robin of Berkeley whose incisive commentary in American Thinker deserves to stand all on its own: When I was in college, I read a … Continue reading

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Speaking truth to power

One of the most important functions of the American media is to hold to account elected officials of whatever stripe for their words and actions. The Obama administration has received tremendously favorable press coverage from the outset of his campaign … Continue reading

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