Discriminating Taste: Racism in America–A Continuing Story

by Walter Brasch  For years, my father, a federal employee with a top secret clearance, carried a copy of his birth certificate when he went into Baja California from our home in San Diego. Many times, when he tried to reenter the U.S., he was stopped by the Border Patrol. … Continue reading

Sabattus Man Spews Racist Rant Against Obama on Facebook and Defends Foul Actions and Words

Secret Service visited candidate for selectman, David Marsters, Tuesday after he post a message on Facebook “referring to President Barack Obama with a racial slur and calling for him to be shot, the Portland Press Herald reported.” Marsters is a “retired Massachusetts police officer and a candidate for selectman in Sabattus, … Continue reading

Welcome To Arizona, Mr. President

But now we begin to see the racism that’s ALWAYS been just under the surface, hidden by code words and back word “N-word” rants. This is the REAL face of white Amerika, and, as I told you before, as the whites realize that they’re becoming NOT a majority (since their “minority” status will STILL be overwhelming) you will see the lugnuts and the wingnuts start to pop, and the rise of a modern version of the Ku Klux Klan and the Skinheads. Continue reading

Where is the Justice for the Black Boy in America?

The verdict in the George Zimmerman trail has added to the question which has been going back and forth in our legal system since the days of Reconstruction. The question: What is the value of the Black boy in America? George Zimmerman being found not guilty I believe, has sent a … Continue reading

Trayvon, George, and the Samaritan

A lesson for this Sunday – The parable of the Good Samaritan In the Gospel of Luke, the parable is introduced by a question, known as the Great Commandment: Behold, a certain lawyer stood up and tested him, saying, “Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?” He said … Continue reading

How George Will Celebrates the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Because, as everyone knows, learning tolerance and not throwing your garbage where it will poison others are impediments to literacy and learning. Here’s some more to whet your whistle: “Higher education, from which much of such diversity and sensitivity nonsense trickles down, cries poverty while spending lavishly on administrative overhead irrelevant to its teaching and research missions …” Continue reading

Dissolving a Stain Painted by Henry Ford

Mark Fields is the new chief operating officer of the Ford Motor Co., second only to the CEO of the 164,000 person multinational corporation. Normally, this would not be of much concern except to avid readers of the Wall Street Journal. There were several COOs and presidents before Fields. There … Continue reading