Thursday, July 18, 2013

Playing the Distraction Game

Why have civil rights organizations and black clergy wagered their reputations on the Zimmerman case? It is hard to avoid the conclusion that the issues that really concern African-Americans simply are too painful to discuss. 

Five years after the ultimate boost to self-esteem — the election of the first black president — things are getting worse faster. If black leaders — from Barack Obama and Eric Holder on down — can’t talk about the real problems, the prospects for the future are frightening indeed.

(David P. Goldman, "What Do You Do When The Oppressed Are Their Own Worst Oppressors?" PJ Media)

This is truly a must-read article.