[I was] in prison and you visited me Matthew 25:36c There was an interesting story at ABC (via Instapundit) that jumped out at me this morning concerning President Trump's relationship with the Black community vs President Obama's. "This is probably the most pro-active administration regarding urban America and the faith-based community in my lifetime," Scott … Continue reading Why Did Obama Ignore the Black Community when Trump Isn’t? Ask Jesus
I headed back to the room after the Kellyanne Conway to inform WQPH of the situation with their Divine Mercy Sunday event when Cynthia Yockey informed me that there was supposed to be a blogger get together event "rinocon" at the public house down the street. She wanted to attend so the two of us … Continue reading Voices of CPAC 2017 the Indefatigable Kira Innis
By John Ruberry One of the slogans of the anti-police protesters is "Black lives matter." By the way, I don't know anyone who thinks otherwise. As I wrote in this space last week, I have doubts about the real motivation of the anti-cop movement, which I view as a proxy for the real fight of leftists--socialist … Continue reading Where are the protests? Murders jumped in Buffalo in 2014
By John Ruberry This summer a wonderful story emerged from the South Side of Chicago, a part of the city which has gained international infamy for violence. The story was almost perfect. The Little League team from Jackie Robinson West Park, consisting entirely of African-Americans, became the Little League champions of the United States. They were … Continue reading Is race protecting Jackie Robinson West Little Leaguers from ringer allegations?
Kinnoch: With respect, Mr. Gandhi, without British administration, this country would be reduced to chaos. Gandhi: Mr. Kinnoch, I beg you to accept that there is no people on Earth who would not prefer their own bad government to the good government of an alien power. Ghandi 1982 Morning Joe has been talking about … Continue reading Stop and Frisk, the Solution: Independence