CulturePolitics

Blacks Must Become Multilingual

This isn’t a call for blacks to learn an additional language to communicate alongside the English we speak now.  Even though Hispanics are an increasing percentage of the population- displacing blacks as the largest minority in the process- I’m not…
Derryck Green
February 19, 2014
Politics

Smearing “Uncle” Thomas

Over twenty years after being nominated and confirmed to the Supreme Court, Justice Clarence Thomas still raises the ire of the Left.  No sooner did he finish his speech lamenting that society has grown more race conscious and too sensitive…
Derryck Green
February 13, 2014
Politics

The Economy Worsens

For those that suffered through the President’s SOTU speech last month, few may have been deceived into believing the pretty picture painted by the President regarding the state of our economy.  The attentive were not.  That the economy is doing…
Derryck Green
February 7, 2014
CulturePolitics

Forty-One Years of Roe v. Wade

Today marks the 41st year since Roe v. Wade decision, which said that women not only have a right to abortion, but it it’s protected by the Constitution. Since that decision, it is estimated that over 57 million babies in America…
Derryck Green
January 22, 2014
Politics

First Black President Bad For Black America

In the 2008 election cycle, America proceeded to elect her first black president.  Predictably, blacks euphorically voted for Barack Obama in hopes of seeing what many considered a dream, become reality. The historicity and symbolism of that election were things…
Derryck Green
January 15, 2014
Politics

The War on Poverty, Fifty Years Later

Fifty years after Lyndon Johnson initiated the war on poverty, America is close to the same percentage of people in poverty now as it did then. Over fifteen percent of Americans- fifty million- people are currently living in poverty. Statistics…
Derryck Green
January 10, 2014