One day Americans will look back on our history with disbelief that it was once legal in America for women to be judge and jury of life itself and to destroy the miracle of life within them.
One defining characteristic of these millions of men who have dropped out of the workforce is an absence of family.
Data shows the gap between black and white unemployment has dramatically shrunk, showing that blacks are, in an unprecedented way, participating in the economic recovery.
The point is there are real threats. Would anyone have opposed spending $50 billion or $100 billion if it could have stopped 9/11?
Trump Administration is right on target in advancing both American and African interests by moving 'nations toward self-reliance and away from long-term dependency.'
Weakening of the family generally occurs in an environment of weakening of religion.
If America's youth are losing a sense that this is a land of dreams, this sentiment doesn't seem to be shared by the million immigrants who arrive in the U.S. every year.
How has it become so lost in our country that the way we dignify individuals is by believing in them, by granting them freedom to take responsibility for their own life?
The lesson here is that blacks care about issues more than they care about skin color.
Republicans should highlight for young blacks the critical importance of capitalism and a free economy for upward mobility.