Since 1965, expenditures per student in our public schools have quadrupled with virtually no change in test scores.
Black youth ages 16-19 have an unemployment rate of 27.3 percent.
Despite a complicated and hard history, blacks need to trash the cynicism they harbor against this great nation.
Black politicians want us to believe that the economic laws that work for whites don't apply to blacks.
How does more government money going into these institutions help further President Trump's promise to fix our inner cities?
Those on the black left who have dominated black politics for so many years now brand anyone who does not share their political views as racist.
The values Ellison extols as a politician are in direct opposition to his Muslim faith.
From 1970, HHS has grown by a factor of 10, from $103 billion to $1.1 trillion.
HUD's role it assumes in urban communities has profound ramifications throughout the economy, well beyond its specific mission in housing.
For those with the least power, the poor, parents are totally locked into failing schools controlled by bureaucrats and unions.