Since Barack Obama came to power in 2009, racism’s proverbial match seems to have been lit once again within a country historically marked by slavery and segregation.
It was the 11th time since the beginning of his presidency that a mass shooting compelled him to give a condolence speech. Maybe this is why American President Barack Obama did not hide the dejection he still feels, nearly a week after the assassination of five police officers in Dallas, Texas.
In front of police [Read more]
Although race relations continue to evolve positively, the balance remains fragile.
I always liked strolling on campus after lunch. The statue of George Washington outside the John M. Olin library has accompanied students from all over the world through the seasons every year.
In the spring, groups of energetic students pass through the blooming flowerbeds and pass by the library on their way to [Read more]
The number of martyrs adopted by BLM is statistically irrelevant compared to the huge numbers of black people (and Hispanics) who die at the hands of other black people (or Hispanics) in the gangs that plague the ghettos of large cities.
In 2016, Barack Obama becomes a “lame duck” and a campaigner. He can implement reforms at Guantanamo and in the matter of gun control – and he could embark on a historic journey.
As Barack Obama and his family fly to Hawaii for their Christmas vacation, he's satisfied. Shortly before his vacation, the world [Read more]