If there is any legitimate claim of collective guilt, it is the guilt of original sin, which we learn in the book of Genesis.
Sixty-one percent of white families have either direct or indirect ownership in stocks. Only 31 percent of Black families do.
Today, amidst the politics of blame, grievance and victimhood, it has all but been forgotten that the Democratic Party once delivered a president who spoke about national service and self-sacrifice.
The majority of the American public have bought into the idea that government can solve their problems.
New York should be a poster child for the nation about what not to do, about the path we should not take.
Well-funded and aggressive disinformation campaigns the left disseminates into black communities shut down good news and manufactures bad news.
It was the right move by the Trump administration to eliminate this inappropriate assault on the most basic American freedom to choose where and how one wants to live.
The relevant questions are: Why should the collapse of marriage in the United States concern us? And why is this happening?
It seems clear that Republicans are restless to start returning the country to freedom and Democrats are happy to leave leadership with government.
We are in unique circumstances that require government action. But the issue is not whether government should act but how.