Millions of people follow best-selling author, columnist and nationally syndicated radio talk show host Dennis Prager. His conservative views on economics, individual rights and politics expose hypocrites and double standards that threaten the American Way of life. Conservatives often attack political correctness but Prager recently explained why those attacks fail urging conservatives to identify the source of political correctness, the political left.
Karith Foster describes herself as a humorist, motivational speaker, TV & Radio personality, actress, author, blogger, entrepreneur and Black...Actually she says, " brown" if you watch some of her comedy routines online. Her race and marriage to a white or as Foster says, "peach", Australian provide material for her comedy and lectures as does the current state of race relations in the United States.
Federal programs intended to fight racism and help Black Americans move up the economic ladder actually cause more harm and destroy black lives according to Jason Riley. His book "Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make it Harder for Blacks to Succeed" explains why Black Americans continue to fall behind other Americans in education and income and Riley says, "Don't blame white racism."
California State University Los Angeles issued a statement today after the FOX Business Network reported several CSULA professors and administrators are being sued for violating the US Constitution. CSULA Director of Communications and Public Affairs Robert Lopez said, "We have not seen the lawsuit and have no comment."
College campuses and universities used to be center stage for big name comedians. Not anymore. Stars like Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Maher have publicly criticized the wave of political correctness that condemns anything perceived to be offensive. Comedian Chris Rock says he stopped playing campuses because of the students' "...social views and their willingness not to offend anybody."
People should take notice when someone like Phil Angelides talks about the 2008 financial collapse and says the largest banks in the country, "...got away with it". Angelides was Chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, ten member bipartisan panel, which Congress created to investigate the financial collapse and recommend ways to avoid another catastrophe.
Born between 1980 and 2000, the Millennials have thrown a wrench into American society that puzzles older generations. Dr. Jean Twenge, professor of psychology at San Diego State University, first explained the differences between Millennials and other generations in her 2006 ground breaking book "Generation Me: Why Today's Young Americans Are More Confident, Assertive, Entitled and More Miserable Than Ever Before."
Presidential candidates encounter furious voters, of all races, who have watched their economic conditions collapse and the prospects for their children to have a better future grow worse. Harvard Professor Robert Putnam's acclaimed book, "Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis" predicts it will get worse before it gets better.
As Peabody Energy ( BTU), the nation's largest coal mining company, teeters on the brink of bankruptcy, it is a harsh reminder of the reality hitting a corner of the energy industry. Other large coal mining companies have already collapsed and have destroyed the livelihoods of thousands of Americans who once made good livings tied to coal.
Trigger Warning - The following statements and questions are considered microaggressions on some college and university campuses: "America is the land of opportunity. Where are you from? I believe the most qualified person should get the job."
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