Blacks are particularly gripped by political myths.
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Even black police are tired of the lying.
Blacks are still pretending Michael Brown was a martyr.
His new book is even worse than you think.
It’s like magic!
Girl's mother kept silent for fear of a voodoo curse.
The history you won't read in National Review.
A federal holiday for this man?
The parts that Hollywood glossed over.
. . . coming to your neighborhood.
Chicago students will learn about blacks even during physical education.
It's crime from within its ranks.
“It Is Safe To Kill Black People In Amerikkka.”
Today is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Rosa Parks.
This is the 35th anniversary of an epic hoax.
The origins of our national celebration of multiracialism and political correctness.
Crying for help on the newest Blackberry.
Play the race card, Waters says.
A diverse approach to medicine.
New study finds that non-white schools are not short-changed.
Lending to people who can't repay is a much better way to get rich than lending to people who can.
This from a guy who's making $10 million this year.
It's all about "righting a wrong" committed against a black man.
New book proves blacks invented civilization.
King was hardly the greatest American.
Will read King criticism on the air twice a day until MLK Day.
This is the mush that comes out of "white studies."
Kwanzaa was invented by a black criminal in California.
A study of the preposterous, anti-white beliefs common among blacks.
New White House rug attributes a white man's quote to Martin Luther King.
Black wacko thinks fight against birthright citizenship could lead to stripping blacks of citizenship.
Even to suggest honoring someone else on King's birthday can harm Utah.
It's necessary to remind people that "racism" still exists.
Did “African American” History Really Happen in Atlanta, Cleveland, Philly, and Detroit? Listening to the Census.
Time to get rid of the silly term "African American."
Tour guide: "Amadou Diallo is like the Disneyland of the Bronx."
NPR glorifies black would-be revolutionary Fred Hampton.
Is Dreams From My Father as fraudulent as Roots?
Along with Alvin Ailey, Billie Holiday, James Baldwin, and Langston Hughes.
King children squabbling over money.
Black columnist: "Obama was appointed by God."
Blacks' difficulties due to "structural" problems and black elitism.
Blacks have to patronize black-owned businesses to keep from being cheated.
'Gilded honour shamefully misplaced.'
A major "racist yarn" about America is simply false.
"Frank conversations about race" are really just harangues about white "racism."
DuBois: Without blacks, "America as we know it, would have been impossible."
When History goes Afro-centric.
Racial myths and "charismatic leaders" not the solution to race problems.
Many blacks fear "they" won't allow Obama to win.
Green Party candidate for president says bodies dumped in swamp.
Historical accuracy vs. restoring the "voice of black soldiers who fought in the war.”
Both GOP and Democratic Party are "white supremacist" organizations.
Exhibit mastermind: "There would be no America without the contributions of black folk."
Seems black men are always being "left behind."
Even the climate is leaving them behind.
Hugo Chavez bankrolls Glover's film about Haiti's Toussaint-Louverture.
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.