Ferguson, MO – and a community in denial

The shooting of Michael Brown, Jr. should never have happened.  That it did is a tragedy that has been decades in the making.   Since the beginning of Lyndon Johnson’s “Great Society”, we have

The Silent Tragedy Behind Trayvon Martin – Part 2

It was little over a year ago in the wake of ongoing media histrionics when I wrote “The Silent Tragedy Behind Trayvon Martin.”  I suggested that President Obama was that “silent tragedy” for not

Santita Jackson’s in denial — Chicago homicides and gang violence in the Black community

Friday evening, I caught the follow-up segment of “The O’Reilly Factor”, where guest host Juan Williams interviewed Santita Jackson (daughter of the Rev. Jesse Jackson) and Deneen Borelli, regarding a recent cover story by

Kids are dying on the streets of Chicago and the Silent Tragedy

Kids are dying on the streets of Chicago and the Silent Tragedy

President and Mrs. Obama are returning to Chicago to spend the weekend and attend the wedding of the daughter of one of their BFF, Valerie Jarrett. It will be interesting to see if the number of shootings and murders goes up or down while they're here ...

The Silent Tragedy behind Trayvon Martin

Originally posted at AmericanThinker.com, March 28, 2012 The Cirque du Soleil-style media coverage and over-the-top racial rhetoric being spewed by family supporters about the shooting death of Trayvon Martin hides a more disturbing problem that continues to grow

Trayvon Martin – there’s grief and then there’s grief ($$)

Tell me what’s wrong with this picture.  Mother Seeks Trayvon Martin Trademarks. Sabrina Fulton is seeking marks for the phrases “I Am Trayvon”and “Justice for Trayvon,”according to filings made last week with the United States Patent and

Mr. President, I am not George Zimmerman

On Friday, March 23, the President made this comment, “All of us have to do some soul searching to figure out how something like this has happened.”  And he’s right. Probably one of the