NAACP fights efforts to address the core problems that perpetuate the cycle of poverty in black America.
Black leadership has continued, year after year, to embrace and sell what doesn't work and black Americans continue to buy it and return these same individuals to power.
$900 billion in stimulus spending, and two and a half years later almost two million fewer Americans are working.
We have a black president and blacks are worse off -- not just a little, but a lot worse off.
A life of government guarantees and controls is not a formula for building wealth.
Almost a half-century since the passage of the Civil Rights Act, too many blacks still don't want to be free and accept the responsibilities that go with it.
The NAACP has consistently opposed school choice and voucher initiatives and has been a stalwart defender of the public school system that traps kids in poverty.
If some of the logic in Steele's election was that a black chairman would expand the GOP's appeal to minority voters, there's scant evidence that this was accomplished.
One can only hope that at some point black clergy will grasp that freedom means a culture of responsibility, not a culture of entitlement.
A black child has a 50-percent chance of being aborted and, if born, a 70-percent chance of living in a single parent home.