Hey Republicans, It’s Time For A New Strategy On America’s Racial Tension

Social scientists understand racism as a multidimensional and highly adaptive system—a system that ensures an unequal distribution of resources between racial groups. Because whites built and dominate all significant institutions, (often at the expense of and on the uncompensated labor of other groups), their interests are embedded in the foundation of U.S. society. If you just read the above quote, you’re probably angry or at … Continue reading Hey Republicans, It’s Time For A New Strategy On America’s Racial Tension

Can We Please Stop Making Everything About Race?

Seriously question: Is anyone else sick and tired of literally everything being turned into a debate about race? The third and final trailer for the highly anticipated film Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens was released Monday night and a new movement started over on Twitter with the hashtag “#BoycottStarWarsVII” because these people believe the film is “promoting white genocide.” Well, I’ve watched all three … Continue reading Can We Please Stop Making Everything About Race?

In the Modern Democratic Party, It’s Controversial to Say “All Lives Matter”

I cannot believe what I see. In the Democratic Party, it is now controversial to say that all lives matter. At a recent campaign event in Phoenix, Arizona, Democratic Presidential candidate O’Malley discussed police brutality and violence against African-Americans, a topic that has been at the forefront of American politics following the stories of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. The candidate emphasized that all lives … Continue reading In the Modern Democratic Party, It’s Controversial to Say “All Lives Matter”

Putting it into Perspective

In the past few weeks, multiple churches in the south have been set on fire. Just the other day, ISIS threw people off of a roof to their deaths because they were gay. It is a tragedy to see the happenings of this world in the recent weeks. The human race has proven over and over again that this world is crumbling beneath our feet in the wake of a … Continue reading Putting it into Perspective

The Zehnder Weekly: The Left’s Double Standard on Racism

One week ago, the decision came down that Officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed 18 year old, Michael Brown, on August 9th after he robbed a convenient store in Ferguson, Missouri, would not be indicted on any charges. For the past week, looting and rioting has taken place in the streets of Ferguson in protest of this decision. Those who are dissatisfied with the … Continue reading The Zehnder Weekly: The Left’s Double Standard on Racism

The New Republic’s Walker Hit Piece Underscores Familiar, Lazy Journalism

Following the first day of the Wisconsin State GOP Convention last month, conservative talk radio host Charlie Sykes, two colleagues and I sat down casually at a bar for drinks. Moments into what seemed like a non-event in all of our lives, a reporter from the New Republic sat down to introduce himself and join us. His name was Alec MacGillis, and while none of … Continue reading The New Republic’s Walker Hit Piece Underscores Familiar, Lazy Journalism