To hell with the dogs until people count

by Mychal Massie -- Blacks, at the urging of their so-called leadership, are often quick to become incited at the least provocation – real or perceived. At times, this has been well-documented more…

Barefoot and misled

by Mychal Massie -- There are two distinct periods of alienation in the history of black America. The first period was enforced by slavery and Jim Crow – but interestingly enough, we more…

Christians who deified Bush

by Mychal Massie -- Shortly after George W. Bush became president, a reader began writing me, arguing that I and others were wrong about him. He asserted that Bush had fooled us more…

Why no pardon for Compean and Ramos?

by Mychal Massie -- If the reflective adjectival phrase, "pompous arrogance" were imbued with anthropomorphic qualities, the poster children for same would be the liberal Democrats and, of course, Sen. Trent Lott, more…

Can blacks control themselves?

by Mychal Massie -- Maybe Tavis Smiley was telling the truth when he told C-Span program host Brian Lamb and the world that "black people are an emotional people" – his point more…

Amnesty harms blacks

by Mychal Massie -- May 9, 2007, T. Willard Fair, president and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Miami, in testimony before the Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship, Refugees, Border Security, and more…

What Old Glory means to illegals

by Mychal Massie -- June 14 was the day historically recognized as "Flag Day." The day was first celebrated in 1885, officially established by proclamation of President Woodrow Wilson May 30, 1916, more…

It died – but is it really dead?

by Mychal Massie -- Science fiction/horror movies have depicted it time and again – you can kill the monster, but until you destroy its creator, you have gained nothing more than a more…

Ignore us at your peril

by Mychal Massie -- Dear President Bush: I could not have imagined writing a president (from my party) the following back in my ninth-grade civics class. Yet, write I must. Sir, you more…