It's time Black Americans call the nation back into fulfilling the original intent of the civil rights movement.
There simply is no legitimate claim to "equity" from anyone else. There can be no contest between Black Americans and people who just want better future.
I hope none of us are considered irredeemable if diligent attempts at sorting race from racism fall short.
The U.S. needs a moratorium on immigration, not more people in the long line of those seeking admission.
Americans need a native-born labor sourcing plan, not a promise of jobs we can see from our backyards but will never hold.
Black LGBTQ activists and their white supporters claim we are erasing them when their sexuality isn't placed in the spotlight as we advocate for Blacks.
If you find yourself sympathizing more with the imported white South African immigrants than the displaced Black American farmers, you are part of the problem.
Implementation is everything.
The policies of President Biden, complicit legislators, and executives of so called "sanctuary cities" must be treated as the anti-American betrayal that it is.
What President Lincoln understood is that Reparations is not an entitlement; it's paying a debt—a conservative value if there ever was one.
Democrats can't win an election even without black Americans, which is why they make all these promises.
As minority leader making the case for his party, McCarthy must model how to recruit descendants of U.S. slaves back into the Republican Party.
I'm deeply concerned that, for fear of being called xenophobic, my fellow Americans will remain silent until the damage is obvious but irreparable.
Liberal policies that do not confirm American citizenship before voting are an unpatriotic tool used to weaken us.
The Biden administration has earned an F grade from the descendants of slaves community, and its management of immigration policy is chief among the failures.
There is a real opportunity here, for the Right to step into the void with leadership and to reunite Black America with the Republican Party.
All is not well between Black America and the Democratic Party; the November 2021 election night results are the rumblings of a breakup that is long overdue.
Perhaps, with conscious intent, acceptance of mutual responsibility, and commitment to change, we can heal our nation in this generation.