Why Aren’t There Starbucks in These Majority Black Cities?
I’m not a coffee drinker. In fact, I’ve only had one cup of coffee in my entire life. I was about ten years old. It was at my grandparents’ house during a family get together. There was a cup of coffee on the table. I picked it up and took
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Says Racial Email Not Racist
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar doesn’t say much, but when he does say something, it’s important to listen, even if you don’t agree with everything he says. Consider this recollection from Giant Steps: The Autobiography of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. When he was 9-year-old he was enrolled in a predominately black Catholic school outside of Philadelphia
How Black Victimhood is Destroying Young Blacks
The media and so-called black leaders like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and Attorney General Eric Holder are selective in the way they report on crimes. When blacks murder other blacks as seems to happen almost daily in cities like Detroit, Chicago, and the nation’s capital, it’s just another set of
Junior Bridgeman is Rich and Employs 11,000 People
One day, a customer recognized a professional basketball player in a Wendy’s fast-food uniform making French fries. “The customer was shocked and immediately called into a local sports talk radio show to say how sad it was to see a formerly great NBA player down on his luck, forced to