I’m a white man, and I’m grateful for that.
For the record, it has nothing to do with racism. I admire and appreciate the significant contribution African-Americans have made to America. My family claims a black man living in South Africa as an unofficial family member.
As Dr. Martin Luther King encouraged us to do, I judge a person by the content of their character, not the color of their skin.
But let’s be honest, African-Americans as a group are daily victims of cruelty and heartlessness that makes it difficult to be black …
America takes poverty seriously and launched a war on poverty that spent trillions in trying to eradicate it. We didn’t …Read More