Perspectives on Race Relations

  “…this country, despite its sins, also is a country for the last sixty years has truly transformed itself morally. And, Americans today are a different people in regard to all these issues [discrimination, oppression] …” Shelby Steele, How America’s Past Sins Have Polarized Our Country   Parallel Perspective April 1968. I was sixteen when…

Racism: Not Worth Your Time This Time Around

  There are plenty of media commentators and opinion columnists (NY Times, LA Times, Chicago Tribune and their ilk) that posit and promote the narrative of racial injustice and white privilege in America. We are told again and again that America is characterized by “systemic racism” and “systems of oppression”. But those are meaningless terms.…

An Open Letter to Ms. Marilyn Mosby

An Open Letter to Ms. Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore’s DA         Dear Ms.Mosby, For the sake of the five men and one woman whose lives are on the line now and have been daily for the citizens of Baltimore I plead with you that you recuse yourself Ms. Mosby and push for a new venue for the trial. Blind…

The Vision of the Anointed is Our Nightmare; Ivy League Progressives and Their Creeping Racism

Ferguson, Missouri, Michael Brown, the race industry’s huckster’s ‘Reverends’ Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, “No Justice, No Peace”.  Should we listen to and embrace the inflammatory NeveReverending racial rhetoric that bellows out from under a sheep skin, rhetoric that leads to societal schism? OR, should we listen to and follow the wise words of Dr. Martin Luther King…