The complex history of black America, coupled with poor welfare state policies, has left a legacy of hard, destructive energy in our inner cities.
America's left wants us to believe -- and it gets great help from a sympathetic left-wing media -- that all of America's intolerance comes from the right.
Blacks are more conservative and less liberal than the typical Democrat.
It is inconceivable that an American citizen who believes and understands that abortion is the destruction of human life should be forced to fund, with their tax dollars, those who perform it.
This president, who the left is attacking as a racist and a dictator, has gotten America growing faster than it has in years, with black and Latino unemployment rates the lowest they have been in history.
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.
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.
Politics of identity, special interests or moral relativism rely on feeding the vulnerable fake news rather than truth.