Blacks Must Refuse to Accept Form Over Substance

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There are manifold challenges and outright problems facing black America. Some can be addressed within the community while others are more complicated. But African-Americans have the power to begin work on meaningful change by simply refusing to accept form over substance. I refer specifically to the largely hollow discussion over the removal of the Confederate…

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Congratulations Savannah, You Have Experienced Equal Work!

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Kentucky Senator Rand Paul’s freshly minted presidential campaign is still looking for traction following the mainstream media’s manufactured headlines concerning his ill treatment of female reporters. While there are certainly many Republican primary voters who will appreciate and applaud his aggressive interview style, the media’s reshaping of events as new evidence of the GOP’s phony…

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The Real Tragedy of ISIS’ Atrocities: They Are Common

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The fight against ISIS has taken its share of twists and turns, but one constant in the conflict is America’s collective shock and surprise over the tactics of the terror group. There appears to be endless surprise that a group of individuals could have such religious fervor that they throw homosexuals to their death from…

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Ebola exposes the lie of the precautionary principle

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One of the more controversial regimes in regulatory circles is referred to as the precautionary principle.  Simply stated, the precautionary principle demands that some product or practice be prohibited if absolute safety cannot be demonstrated.  It’s controversial because it requires that the target of the precautionary principle prove a negative, which is logically impossible. The…

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Profit or Prejudice? Race Sensitivity Creates New Marketing Risks

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When Pepsi-Cola President Walter Mack recognized his company could sell more product to black Americans in the 1940s, he initiated a racially-targeted marketing effort to increase sales. It worked and the company’s market share rose dramatically in just a few years. The strategy was so successful, some inside the company were concerned it might be…

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Big Government Equals Big Beatings

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The events unfolding in Ferguson, Missouri, represent why every single black American should, without equivocation, reject the big government view of America. Without doubt, the savior of the African American community will not be any government, neither local nor state nor federal, nor will that savior be anyone within that particular government who shares our…

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Hollywood Potentates vs Donald Trump

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is an excerpt from the new book, Planes, Steak & Water: Defending Donald J. Trump by Autry J. Pruitt. It’s clear that the left’s arguments pointing out Donald Trump’s alleged sexism are purely political otherwise Bill Clinton would have been crucified as a sexist, and Hillary Clinton pilloried for attacking women who are…

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Winning the Black Vote

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There’s a scene from the television show Blackish in which the character Andre Johnson, a black advertising executive, is approached by a white colleague seeking advice on a new ad campaign. After fumbling through a pathetic white-wimp-speaks-jive schtick, he finally tells Andre, “We wanted to know how you think a black guy would say ‘good…

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Progressive pretzel logic

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One of the problems with modern progressive thought in America today is that it lacks cohesion.  Big ideas conceived to usher in some sort of better, fairer, more equitable America ultimately collapse under the weight of implementation. What passes for logic in these progressive schemes ultimately twists itself into an ideological pretzel as the front…

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Democrats Supporting Unions While Stiffing Veterans

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With the 2016 presidential race beginning to take shape, liberals are ratcheting up their attacks on Republicans over labor issues and union benefits. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has been on the receiving end of renewed attacks by the left for his actions that critics say deprived public sector union members of their promised benefits. In New Jersey,…

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