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Claims of criminal-justice bigotry both false and useless.
Gangsta rap is a white ploy to get black people to kill each other.
Whites own all the best media for reaching blacks.
But you can still hang a noose in your front yard.
Martin Luther King’s surprising plan for America.
Are you part of "The Plan"?
Whites just don’t know enough about slavery.
Obama’s audiences are being "transformed."
A white man would have been fired.
The origins of our national celebration of multi-racialism and political correctness.
Black teenagers loot store while celebrating MLK Day.
Black academic: King built nothing, taught blacks only how to take a beating.
Marking only his birth allows "white America to escape the guilt of his assassination."
Jena Times journalist corrects myths perpetrated by major media.
Not a crime to hang a noose from a tree—yet.
It's still a "Chocolate City."
Black critic calls Chinese sculptor's statue of King "shrinking, shriveled, inadequate."
Black urban legend withstands debunking program.
As the curtain closes on the final act of the Duke Rape Hoax, several questions remain.
Every day, more than 100 white women are sexually attacked by black men.
Seven things race hustlers would say if they cared about minority well-being.
Blacks continue to use Tuskegee as excuse for not helping one another.
Immigrant Univ. of Ariz. director of "Africana" Studies shows little gratitude to host country.
Tuskegee myth debunked.
Some call results of new historical research disputing myth "outrageous."
California preserves remains of all-black town as a state historic park.
Many think vaccine is part of a Western plot to sterilize blacks or spread AIDS.
Blacks do receive worse medical treatment than whites, but not because of biased doctors.
Black lecturer tells university audience blacks suffer from “post-traumatic slave syndrome.”
Producer doesn't think it's hard to believe that Jesus was black.
Education official says the key to closing the gap is understanding ebonics.
State historian says "white supremacist" coup killed dream of Reconstructed South.
Most who died because of Hurricane Katrina were not black.
Black Katrina survivors tell tall tales at congressional hearing.
Lectures proving Tut was black planned in Fort Lauderdale during archaeological exhibit.
New Century Foundation press release objecting to Rosa Parks statue ignored by media.
Rep. Watt thinks "substantial majority" of whites would never vote for a black candidate.
Director making film about Katrina believes black neighborhoods deliberately flooded.
Mr. King can't get along with his family.
Black "scholars" believe reconstruction of Pharaoh should be black.
Columnist amazed by how many black New Orleanians believe conspiracy theory.
Black leader thinks someone destroyed levees to damage black part of city.
Blacks believe hurricane evacuation a plot to run them out of the city.
Black leaders accuse medical researchers of infecting black children with AIDS.
One-quarter think US government forcibly sterilizes blacks.
White soldiers are overrepresented and blacks underrepresented in Iraq deaths.
Jesse Jackson never changes.
Half of blacks believe AIDS was produced in a government laboratory.
Wilbert Rideau got off murder conviction by portraying himself as the victim.
Democrats continue to pander to black conspiracy theories.
Blogger examines the truth behind the "patron saint of diversity."
Will Smith thinks AIDS may be the result of genetic warfare testing.
Black congressmen tried hard to find something wrong with Ohio elections, but couldn't.
It isn't true that being in a minority leads to poverty.
Jesse Jackson tries to make Ohio this election's Florida.
Civil rights dinosaur tells Irish that hostility to immigrants could destroy their economy.
Poll in a British newspaper for blacks puts Jesus Christ ahead of MLK as history's greatest black man.
African Nobel Peace Prize winner believes whites created AIDS to exterminate blacks.
Sen. Kerry uses conspiracy theories to attract black voters.
Black media say a vote for Republicans is a vote for lynchings and church-burnings.
Sen. Kerry stokes conspiracy theory to gain black vote.
More than 60 percent of blacks and Hispanics believe in 9/11 conspiracy.
Sixty-eight percent of blacks believe there are deliberate attempts to prevent them from voting.
John Kerry campaigns on the myth of black voter disenfranchisement in Florida in 2000.
Black ministers support wealthy Korean benefactor who claims he is the messiah.
Freedom of association.
Color the numbers.
Burning with self-righteousness.
Affirmative action on the ropes.
Business schools go diverse.