The real discrimination taking place is taking education choice away from black parents and forcing black children to remain in failing schools.
Black Americans, like myself and the many black clergy with whom I work, are deeply concerned about the chaos gripping so many of our urban areas.
This is an experiment worth keeping an eye on.
Our nation's current gross domestic product is around $18 trillion. The current shortfall in Social Security is almost twice this.
Life is not about you, but about others.
Hate, destructiveness and envy do not make this world a better place. Work, creativity and personal responsibility do.
It sounds so compassionate that a politician proposes to use the power of government to mandate what salary a business owner must pay.
The issue of black poverty, and black children in poverty, has not suffered from lack of attention.
Secularists relate to government, not as a protector, but as a tool of aggression to force others to accept and live with values they reject.
A leader in a diverse country is to keep things going in generally the right direction -- compromise is always part of the game.