Tag Archives: Al Sharpton

Selma, 50 Years On

After 50 years of affirmative action and the greatest wealth transfers in human history, “equality as a fact” has not been achieved and will not be, absent a greater seizure of power by the U.S. government and larger and virtually … Continue reading

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Quite possibly the most racist article you will ever read

As Smith says at the end, “I do know that it is wrong to deceive the public. Whatever solutions we seek should be based on the truth rather than what we would prefer was the truth.” I don’t want to … Continue reading

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Federalized Police and a Police Czar?

What about the U.S. Constitution, the supreme law of the land, which restricts federal involvement in criminal and policing matters to a very narrow area of jurisdiction? What about it? Contrary to what the libtards say, it is NOT a … Continue reading

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Police Should Be On, Not Behind, Cameras

When Al Sharpton, Ann Coulter and the president of the United States agree on anything, my immediate, visceral reaction is extreme skepticism. In this case, the known facts support that skepticism. lol. For sure! — jtl, 419 Thomas L. Knapp, Center … Continue reading

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Ideas Whose Time Has Come: Fred Awaits Acclamation from Grateful Nation

It has always been a mystery to me how anyone could hate another human being solely because of the color of his/her skin and for no other reason.  On the other hand, it has been equally mysterious how anyone willing … Continue reading

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When Judged by the Content of His Character

by Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume Martin Luther King, Jr. Introduction In his famous “I have a dream” speech, Martin Luther King, Jr. hoped for a day when people would be “judged by the content of their character and not … Continue reading

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