Changing presidents

by Mychal Massie -- While I was around for President Eisenhower's first Inauguration, it is his second that I remember. Not because of an earth-moving speech, albeit his speech was an eloquently more…

Throwing stones from inside glass houses

by Mychal Massie -- In 2003, Ketchum Communications contracted with a public-relations firm owned by Armstrong Williams to buy ad space on a TV show owned and hosted by Williams. The contractual more…

Can the unborn save future generations?

by Mychal Massie -- Suppose for the sake of argument that in the months to come, it is not the protracted court battles of Norma McCorvey (aka Jane Roe of Roe v. more…

A little pain, a lot of gain

by Mychal Massie -- Not the first, but close enough to count, it was Herod the Great who tried to remove the "church" from the public square (Matt. 2:16) before "He" ever more…

Here they wear Birkenstocks

by Mychal Massie -- I make no pretense of my disdain for extreme socialist liberals. In my opinion, they are a pox upon the long-held values of this great land. I especially more…

Come on, Harry, it's because he's black

by Mychal Massie -- Sen. Harry Reid's, D-Nev., arrogantly racist condemnation of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is but the latest racial tinged hate speech directed at conservative blacks by liberal Democrats. more…

The revolution got busted

by Mychal Massie -- There is a mindset in the black community that is as invidious and specious as the verbiage of those who viciously direct racial epithets toward whites and Koreans. more…

We don't need them

by Mychal Massie -- Hindsight is most often 20-20, but we should have seen it coming. It started in 1962 with Engel v. Vitale. It was followed in 1963 with an 8-1 more…

Negroes vs. black conservatives

by Mychal Massie -- In the minds of elite, white, liberal, socialist Democrats, there is an unambiguous dichotomy between Negroes and black conservatives. A glaring example of this truth is the racist more…

Darth Democrat

by Mychal Massie -- He is eloquent, well spoken, with a membrane-thin veiled socialist agenda cloaked in flowery speech. But unlike Rep. Harold Ford, D-Tenn. – who had to be reminded by more…