From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 6, 2010


During his lifetime, King would not appear on any public platform beside Malcolm X because of Malcolm’s [...]

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From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 22, 2009


fifty years ago this spring, Jackie Robinson broke the color bar in baseball. The events that followed provide a lesson for Black History Month — which ends this week — that many civil rights leaders seem to have forgotten. Following Robinson’s historic breakthrough, as everybody knows, other black athletes followed his example and professional basketball [...]

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Black Leaders Ignore Black-on-Black Crime – American Thinker


October 06, 2009
Black Leaders Ignore Black-on-Black Crime
By E.W. Jackson Sr.
 
On Thursday, September 24th, after an apparently productive day at Fengler High School in Chicago, Derrion Albert, a black 16 year old honor student was knocked to the ground by a blow to the head with a railroad tie. He was then punched, kicked and stomped. [...]