To build black wealth, change policies

Fifty years after passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, isn't it time for some new thinking?

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March on Washington 2013 brings liberal distortion

The liberals who control the event have little interest in serious thought about why there have been failures.

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Blocking Walmart from Washington, D.C., would hurt poor

Politicians would rather have no new jobs at $12.50 per hour than 900 new jobs at $10 per hour.

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New American food-stamp plantation is a SNAP

It has become increasingly easy to qualify for SNAP benefits.

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Don't raise the minimum wage

How exactly are we helping young black men by making it more expensive to hire them?

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How to keep the poor poor

Tavis Smiley and Cornel West's new book claims there is no hope for anyone to rise out of poverty without government boosting them using other people's money.

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Obama makes foul call for economic 'fairness'

Obama knows how to tap into the worst instincts of people to garner political support -- inspiring blame and envy, sadly, pays political dividends.

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Memo to Romney: Whole nation is on government plantation

The welfare state assumes from the start that individuals won't make it without government managing their lives.

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Land of the envious and home of the victim

Net new job growth in America comes from entrepreneurs -- not from government bureaucrats and not even from corporate monoliths.

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Occupy Wall Street: More from the culture of narcissism

Can someone please explain to our vice president the difference between a screaming infant not getting what he wants when he wants it, and an adult who understands personal responsibility, humility, work and service to others?

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