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Get Over It: No Hatred in Obama Critiques

Friday, March 14th, 2014

Obama 13Quite often, fellow African-Americans hear me criticize President Obama and ask me why I hate the President.

I reject the premise of the question.

ObamaCare: Academia vs. the Real World

Saturday, October 26th, 2013

NursesAs ObamaCare clears a major hurdle in its implementation and begins enrolling individuals into the new entitlement, it’s interesting to see how much has been delayed, dropped or hastily fixed (or has remained broken, in the case of some insurance exchanges) at this late date.

A Change in Culture Doesn’t Mean Changing the Constitution

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

It’s obvious that President Obama wants to curtail our Second Amendment freedoms. It’s now completely believable that Americans’ constitutional right to own and use firearms might even be diminished with the stroke of Obama’s autopen signature.

Wisdom of the Ages Applies Today

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

“Men of experience succeed even better than those who have theory without experience… If, then, a man has the theory without the experience, and recognizes the universal but does not know the individual included in this, he will often fail to cure; for it is the individual that is to be cured.” — Aristotle

Gay Marriage Another Blow to the African American Family

Monday, July 25th, 2011

When Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) signed same-sex marriage into law in New York, his action highlighted our country’s deep moral decline.