Frederick Douglass

Why Democrats Oppose Emancipation For The Unborn

The Supreme Court’s decision in Roe was as shameful as its decision in Dredd Scott — and for the same reason. The end of Roe v....

University of Washington Students: Get Rid of George Washington Statue

"A campus named after an enslaver of men."

Squires: Biden Reaps the Benefits of Nominating Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, but She Pays the Costs

Joe Biden’s first appointment to the Supreme Court was guaranteed to be controversial for reasons outside his nominee’s control. 

Black, white, American? Our most important identity is in God.

America is in the midst of an identity crisis. It can be seen in people questioning everything from the true date of the country’s founding to whether only women can become pregnant. As a country, we are having a hard time agreeing on anything that has to do with how we see ourselves.

Marxism and Critical Race Theory

The left does everything to scrub their connection, CRC’s Wikipedia entry leading the way.

An ACE in the Hand of Childhood Trauma

“It is easier to build strong children than to heal broken men,” Frederick Douglass once said. Douglass spoke of a generation living in the 1800s, but the same seems to ring true today. Oprah, Christian radio, media outlets, and more all appear to have something to say about childhood trauma. Although the idea is sadly nothing new.

A Black Conservative’s Thoughts on Independence Day

Another celebration of the founding of the United States of America has arrived and, as always, it is yet another reflection upon the history of this nation. This year, Independence Day comes amid heightened racial tensions, a raucous debate over a controversial election, and an increasingly noxious political discourse.

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