Weaponizing the law is nothing new for Democrats; Look what they did to MLK

In the third volume of his widely acclaimed series, “The Years of Lyndon Johnson: Master of the Senate,” historian Robert Caro chronicled LBJ’s rapid rise to power in the U.S. Senate during the 1950s. Since no history of Johnson would be complete without a thorough account of the civil rights movement and the Southern Democrats’ …

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Promoting Social Strife Through Valuing Diversity

The intersectionality philosophy was an unavoidable outgrowth of the diversity movement. It is used to demand corrective actions for marginalization. Intersectionality subgroups must be given societal benefits to counteract their negative life experiences. Unfortunately, it has created conflict rather than harmony.

The Left Want Poorer, Minority Neighborhoods to Have Nicer Things, but Fret That Them Having Nicer Things Will Attract More White People to Move There

Gentrification can be defined as the process whereby the character of a poor urban area is changed by wealthier people moving in, improving housing, and attracting new businesses, typically displacing current inhabitants in the process. We have reported, many times, on how the left are really opposed to gentrification. But the left have often complained …

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Anti-Semitism Is a Serious Problem, but Restricting the Freedom of Speech and of the Press Is Not the Way to Fight It

We reported, on Thursday, how someone had distributed white supremacist flyers in Lexington’s Kenwick neighborhood, flyers contained in baggies, using rice to weigh them down enough not to be swept away by the wind. The Lexington Police Department was investigating, with Lt Dan Truex stating that the LPD were “very interested in identifying” “who possibly …

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Theodore Johnson Says the Quiet Part Out Loud

The scorn heaped on Americans of Asian descent by black Americans since the Supreme Court’s decision  in Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President and Fellows of Harvard College, declaring what we all knew, that the equal protection clause in the 14th Amendment prohibited Affirmative Action using racial preferences. Promise Li wrote, in The Nation: (W)e …

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Racial Quotas in the Military

By John R. “Buck” Surdu Recently the Website American Greatness reported that “Biden Administration Opposes Merit-Based Military Promotions in Favor of Race Quotas.” This came on the heels of the recent Supreme Court rulings that reversed so-called “affirmative action” in college admissions. More on the orders here. Unfortunately, that ruling didn’t go far enough because …

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Ethics, Morality, and Virtue: Relative vs. Absolute Meaning

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Ethics, Morality, and Virtue: Relative vs. Absolute Meaning Then they said, “Come, let us build ourselves a city, with a tower that reaches to the heavens, so that we may make a name for ourselves; otherwise we will be scattered over the face of the whole earth.” Genesis 11:4 “Then the queen began to lament and to weep, …

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Liberals Beclown Themselves in Reaction to SCOTUS Decisions

Liberal reactions to the high profile decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court this week read like a parody account. On Thursday, the Court dealt a blow to affirmative action by invalidating race-based college admissions programs in favor of a merit-based system and the responses from many on the left were downright racist. Rev. Al Sharpton …

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Corporate executives discover their flight over the rainbow doesn’t sit well with investors

In a sign that top corporate executives are finally grasping that investors aren’t on board with their walk on the woke side, there’s been a measurable drop in the number of references to green and social initiatives on earnings calls over the past few quarters. Unfortunately, this doesn’t mean their forays into social activism have …

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