“Who even is this guy?” one Wisconsin protester asked, staring down at the toppled statue of Hans Christian Heg, an abolitionist leader who fought and died for the Union in the Civil War.
7/8: It is shocking to assert that “rioters, blockaders, cop-fighters, and people in ski masks” are the enlightened nobility who can save our constitutional republic from internal ruin.
American Civil Rights Union Policy Board member Walter Williams says the real problem is the ongoing tragedy of black-on-black crime, not the police versus blacks.
Let's throw out a few numbers so we can put in perspective the NFL players taking a knee during the playing of the national anthem.
Today's level of lawlessness and insecurity in many black communities is a relatively new phenomenon.
The vast majority of our police officers are well-trained professionals who work hard every day to do their best to protect law-abiding citizens and ensure public safety.
The ACLU and the media teach the cops how to behave.
The bottom line is that only black people can solve our problems.
The primary victims of lawlessness are black people. To address this problem and most others, black people should ignore the liberal agenda.
The law is designed to protect everyone equally.