Tag Archive: affirmative action

Random Thoughts About Romney & Race

In spite of what Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and the Obamas, claim, America welcomes people of all races and colors so long as they don’t insist that they have anything but the opportunity to succeed coming to them. Native-born black Americans have been coddled like newborns for the past 50 years, which is two full…

Lunacy at Large

I don’t believe I am the only American who gets sick to his stomach every time one of our presidents or generals prostrates himself to Islam. Recently, when it was discovered that Muslim prisoners in Afghanistan had been scribbling messages to one another in their Korans, the books were confiscated and burned. In retaliation, Muslims…

Random Thoughts About Romney & Race

In spite of what Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and the Obamas, claim, America welcomes people of all races and colors so long as they don’t insist that they have anything but the opportunity to succeed coming to them. Native-born black Americans have been coddled like newborns for the past 50 years, which is two full…

Obama to Blue-Collar America: Adios!

Blue Collars

When I was a kid growing up in the Bronx in the 1950s I knew a lot more about the Yankees than I did about politics.  In fact, I didn’t know anything about politics, except for one thing:  I knew we were Democrats. My father was a blue-collar worker and like all “working class” men he voted…

I Thought Affirmative Action Was a Good Thing

affirmative-action

If affirmative action was such a great idea, then why is the left branding anyone a racist who might suggest that President Obama benefitted from the policy? Donald Trump has brought the President’s academic record into the spotlight by asking how he gained admittance to Columbia University and Harvard Law School after having less than…

Is God an Appointed Position?

God

The only people I’ve ever heard of who got to wear their bathrobes to work were Hugh Hefner and America’s judges, and however you may feel about the man from Playboy, I’d venture that judges have created far more havoc for society. At the time of Roe v. Wade, abortions were illegal in 30 states,…