We've won

by Mychal Massie -- I believe it is time to redefine the civil-rights battle. The battle for civil rights as presently understood has been won. The oppression of 1960 no longer exists more…

Progressing backward is not advancement

by Mychal Massie -- For all the advancement the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has made in recent decades, the group could just as easily be named Edgar or more…

Foolish question about Bill Cosby

by Mychal Massie -- It seems to me that if a homeless, drunken bum lying in a gutter says you shouldn't drink, the message isn't diminished because he is a drunken, homeless more…

It's time blacks took a 2nd look

by Mychal Massie -- If Condoleezza Rice isn't qualified or good enough to be secretary of state, then who is? If the liberal Democrat standard for acceptable qualification is not lying or more…

Pity America's voters

by Mychal Massie -- I think it safe to say 95 percent of what we take for granted in America, people go without in Iraq. Yet 70 percent of Iraq's registered voters more…

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…