What happened to Christmas?

by Mychal Massie -- What happened to Christmas? I'm not speaking of the time of year when people race about in apoplectic frenzy, often intent on spending more than they can afford. more…

Hillary's network of sycophants

by Mychal Massie -- In support of presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, former mayor of Atlanta, Ga., and former Ambassador to the United Nations Andrew Young asserted that the other Democrat presidential hopeful, more…

For women athletes, glory has a price

by Mychal Massie -- Women in sports are finally getting the credit and affirmation they so justly deserve – but it is coming at a price many outside the sporting community are more…

America: Freefalling into darkness

by Mychal Massie -- It's an old adage that "if you walk too far on a short plank, you will fall off." That fits well with my grandmother's saying "it's a long more…

Media sing 'po-po black folks' tune

by Mychal Massie -- Since shortly after the signing of the Civil Rights Acts of 1964-65, and the advent of the Great Society Initiatives, blacks have been systematically stripped of their dignity more…

Democrats' 'accomplishments'

by Mychal Massie -- I remember the hand wringing of Republican voters after Democrats took control of Congress in 2006. Many may remember my saying at the time that their takeover didn't more…

Vote fraud: Democrats' meal ticket

by Mychal Massie -- Claiming that to require photo IDs to vote in federal elections would disenfranchise minorities, the poor, women, elderly and young people, Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., with the support more…

Beat 'whitey' – get a reward!

by Mychal Massie -- Be a black thug – beat a white student senseless – you and your families get rewarded with an all-expense-paid "getaway for a relaxing weekend" while they watch more…

In Jena, 'truth' is real victim

by Mychal Massie -- A staff writer for the San Francisco Chronicle contacted Project 21's office seeking comments for a piece he was writing about Jena, La., and a "black MoveOn" wannabe. more…

Why do we trust the candidates?

by Mychal Massie -- Suppose an oleaginous, fast-talking individual with slicked-back hair, wearing an expensive but poorly fitting suit and dirty shoes, showed up at your door, accompanied by several other similar-looking more…