Black on Blue: The Numbers (10/7/16)

Remember a few days back, when I posted the reality of black deaths by cops? Here’s a refresher in case you missed it. The percentages are virtually the same as the sampling 2 weeks ago, and they paint a similar message: the media and social justice narrative on Blue on Black deaths is simply false.…

Dear Barack Obama: You Got Exactly the World You Wanted

I’m sorry. No offense.” That’s Debra Messing’s character apologizing to Dermot Mulroney’s character for the thousandth time in“The Wedding Date.” “Do me a favor, quit apologizing,” Mulroney retorts, “If you look at this as a business transaction, maybe you won’t feel compelled to keep saying sorry.” Messing: “I’m sorry.” Mulroney: “It’s aIso really annoying.” Messing:…

Simple.

My father told me the story of a young student facing an assignment in class. The task? Write an essay answering the following question: “What is courage?”  The young man completed the assignment … with just two words. “This is.” And that was it. Sometimes the most powerful statements are those that use the fewest…