School disciplinary policies must be local

Can it really be that hard to appreciate that all discipline problems of black children may not be rooted in racism?

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King's Dream still relevant today

In addition to higher education and full-time work, the study ties three institutions to successful black men — military service, church attendance and marriage.

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Urban violence begins in broken homes

The beginning of big activist government fostered the demise of personal responsibility.

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Senate Should Pass the First Step Act

It is a moral and fiscal disaster that our free nation has, per capita, more people sitting in prison than any nation in the world.

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The Demagoguery of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Although New York 14 is very different from the average American congressional district, the demographic changes of our nation are headed in that direction.

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America divided against itself, again

'Reasoned discourse' can take place only between parties who share the same values and a similar worldview.

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Do Christians have a future in LGBTQ America?

As a Christian American, the rainbow flag communicates to me that I am not welcome.

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Will more blacks vote Republican?

Black voting behavior has far reaching implications, as America changes demographically into a country less and less white.

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A first step for prison reform

121 former federal law enforcement officials have signed a letter urging the passage of the First Step Act.

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Celebrate black history by promoting black ownership

With all the handwringing about gaps in wealth and income in our country, if we were serious we would have policies that promote, rather than prohibit, ownership.

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