The “knock-out game” is anything but a game. And from what we’ve seen so far, it may be a wave of hate crimes. We have to stamp out these acts of pure cowardice, and police need to focus not just on the attackers, but on the videographers as well.
I’ve always believed that George Zimmerman and OJ Simpson had much in common, but it became crystal clear this week when I heard his girlfriend tell 911 operators that “he knows how to do it, he knows how to play the game.”
President Kennedy’s failed Bay of Pigs invasion turned Fidel Castro into a “Rasputin-like” mystical figure. To this day, photos in Cuban text books depict Castro on the beaches of “Bahía de Cochinos” (…) amid bombs exploding around him.
Americans are having less sex — reproductive, baby-making sex — than they ever have before. Last week, TIME Magazine had a cover story entitled, “The Childfree Life.” The gist of the article was that increasingly, in our modern era, “having it all means not having children.” The choice to not have children represents a shift […]
As President Obama chooses the acquittal of George Zimmerman to reaffirm his black heritage, we should remind him that he should be there for all of us.
The differences between the barrio and ghetto, between being presumed to be illegal and being presumed to be a criminal, between being “brown” and being “black,” are not all that great. And to complicate things even more; yes, there are black Hispanics.
If Rand Paul, a Tea Party Republican, can agree with senators on both sides of the aisle in supporting immigration reform, then it shows that we as a country are coming to a consensus on the need for reform and the way to get there.
What source would ever share any information if he felt that the government had the right to look at the reporter’s notes, read his emails or spy on him?
The immigration debate is already emotionally charged and colored enough by political rhetoric on each side. We don’t need groups like the Heritage Foundation throwing gasoline on the fire. We don’t need studies grounded in racist and wrong philosophies.
Alienated young people who are not part of the mainstream are potentially more harmful to America. That’s why immigration reform is crucial to our security and has to be addressed.