systemic racism

Slavery Reparations

California group votes to limit reparations to slave descendants

California’s first-in-the-nation task force on reparations voted Tuesday to limit state compensation to the descendants of free and enslaved black people who were in the U.S. in the 19th century, narrowly rejecting a proposal to include all black people regardless of lineage. The vote was split 5-4, and the hours-long debate was at times testy

Health

Investing in Indigenous youth through Native Spirit – NAU

Amanda Hunter’s commitment to Indigenous health equity, specifically for youth and young adults, is shaping her prolific work as a Center for Health Equity Research (CHER) postdoctoral scholar.  Her interest in developing Indigenous health equity started almost 10 years ago. After earning her bachelor’s degree in physiology, Amanda Urbina, now Hunter, spent two years working in a doctor’s

Buz Blog

Opinion: The Real Insurrection – Buz Blog

The left wing media, the Democrat party of ’60s and ’70s traitors, and New World Order promoters would have us all believe that the January 6, 2021 mini riot was an overt attempt to overthrow our Constitutional Republic. The real insurrection started more than half a century before. Whatever other mistakes President John Kennedy may

Opinion

Opinion: Why Can’t Unions Properly Define “Racism”?

Redefining words (without telling anyone) is a tried-and-true rhetorical tactic often deployed in political debates. Generally, the goal is to advance an argument or proposal by surreptitiously taking advantage of a word’s positive or negative connotations. Polls show a majority of voters favor traditional infrastructure projects like building roads and bridges, so now progressives in

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: Black Lies Matter

I dare you to look, with a clear and unfiltered lens, at the bloody nightmare we once called the United States of America. Connect the dots. Contemplate the utter chaos in every major city while Black Lives Matter militants, academics and bureaucrats prattle on about “systemic racism” and “two-tiered justice.” It’s about much more than

Buz Blog

Opinion: Failing To Learn From Mistakes

“Much of the social history of the Western world, over the past three decades, has been a history of replacing what worked with what sounded good.” – Thomas Sowell With the election on November 2, the progressive socialists in the Democrat party took a heavy loss in Virginia. They just narrowly won in New Jersey. The

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