Interview with Lt. Col. West

by Mychal Massie -- I recently had the immeasurable experience of meeting and spending time with Lt. Col. Allen B. West. An American hero if ever indeed there was one. Col. West more…

Crying wolf and doing nothing

by Mychal Massie -- As one year ends and we are granted to see another begin, some words of caution and a few thoughts. A word of caution to pluripotent blacks and more…

Fleecing the flock

by Mychal Massie -- There was a time in the recent near past that all one needed to do to bilk a church or Christian organization was to say "praise the Lord, more…

Is Christmas really better today?

by Mychal Massie -- I remember Christmas – I remember Santa (or so I believed back then) bringing me a cowboy hat and vest, a two-holster gun-belt complete with two toy Colt more…

Why does color make it right?

by Mychal Massie -- I have a few questions for you:    What if you were a black consumer who stopped in a Dollar General store while driving through South Bethlehem, Pa.? more…

Will voters stay home again?

by Mychal Massie -- I am an unapologetic supporter of President Bush. I believe him to be a leader "for just such a time as this." His relationship with the troops he more…

Once, there were Dodo birds

by Mychal Massie -- Do you know the difference between President Bush's judicial nominee, Judge Charles W. Pickering and Sen. Robert Byrd, D-W.Va.? Pickering – as attested to by none other than more…

Fairness is not a dirty word

by Mychal Massie -- Editor's note: This column consists of excerpts of remarks made by Mychal Massie at the Justice for Judges Race and the Nomination Process Press Conference held at the more…

They took an oath for us

by Mychal Massie -- "In 1921, an unknown World War I American soldier was buried in Arlington National Cemetery. This site on a hillside overlooking the Potomac River and the city of more…