Bustin myths and shattering stereotypes about welfare dependence.
Racial scapegoating, immigration, and the exploitation of a death in Iowa.
Speech is free, platforms are not, and no you are not entitled to be heard.
A critique of argumentative equality, intellectual relativism and Uncle Cooter.
Christian Fundamentalism and the psychopathy of the right-wing deity.
Possibly the only thing worse than racism is the pseudo-intellectual way in which some seek to justify it.
Old tricks and new twists in the war on Affirmative Action.
Guns are, for far too many of us, an extension of our manhood; they are something without which many would feel less complete, less masculine, less virile, less alive.
How racism structured and perpetuates America’s class divide.
Reflections on race, self-doubt and the psychology of getting suckered.
How Conservatives and Liberals confuse a symptom for the disease.
The importance of moral action even in the face of uncertainty.
Sexism is bad enough. What’s worse, by several orders of magnitude, is the dishonesty of those who deny its existence.
“Guilt is a luxury we can no longer afford.” — James Baldwin
Unless parents discuss racial inequity with their children, those children will likely develop an internal narrative to explain the inequities they can see. And that narrative will likely be racist
Fact: The average monthly benefit for what used to be called “Food Stamps” — is a whopping $125, or about $1.40 per meal, per person.