Martin Luther King

City Year challenged over MLK Day workshops on “Unpacking Whiteness”

by Rich Girard January 14, 2018

On January 4, 2018, I received an email invitation to City Year’s Martin Luther King Day event (right).   The subject line of the email was “Free Family Event: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!”  Candidly, I thought nothing of it and didn’t open the invitation until after I saw that I’d received multiple inquiries, complaints and statements […]

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Martin Luther King on Marxism / Communism / Socialism / Progressivism

by Skip January 19, 2016

For in the end, they are pretty much aligned to the same end – The Bigger the Citizen, the smaller the citizen (emphasis mine): During the Christmas holidays of 1949 I decided to spend my spare time reading Karl Marx to try to understand the appeal of communism for many people. For the first time […]

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Ferguson – Would Martin Luther King have approved of Black Leadership throwing the Molotov Cocktail?

by Skip December 1, 2014

In additional to Mike’s political cartoon observation is this: (H/T: Liberty Unyielding)

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So much for Character, eh?

by Skip June 10, 2014

Martin Luther King placed his emphasis on Character rather than the color of one’s skin.  With Obama, it is ALL about skin color (Character optional or unneeded) (H/T: Liberal Logic 101)

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GrokTALK! – January 18th 2014 – The video

by Skip January 18, 2014

This week, only Segment 3 with Ellen Kolb (Cornerstone Policy Research, Leaven for the is on video as our other guest s were by phone: We’re working to get our recording camera to hang off the sound board, so….sometime soon.  For the complete audio, see Grokster Steve’s post here.

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Ronald Reagan – Our First “Black” President

by Steve MacDonald January 21, 2013

The Daily Tribune News  has an article from two years ago, written by Michael Reagan, former president Ronald Reagan’s son.  In it, he reminds us that Ronald Reagan did more economically for African Americans than our first ‘Black’ president.  And that in contrast to the lefts portrayal of Conservatives, and the media’s recycling of that […]

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