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Disrespectful to Jews, Amnesty Director Paul O’Brien should step down!

After accusing Israel of “apartheid” against Palestinians, Paul O’Brien, executive director of the human rights group Amnesty International, drew widespread attention when he even openly declared that Israel should not continue to exist as a Jewish state.

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The media have any interest in uncovering the root causes for societal ills like violent crime? Obviously Not

Media musings on a spike in homicides and shootings over the past year focus on how “defund the police” and other civil rights movement calls to action are affecting public safety—while largely ignoring any policy proposals that could keep guns off the street. “Defund the Police Encounters Resistance as Violent Crime Spikes” (CNN, 5/25/21)“Cities Reverse Defunding the Police Amid Rising Crime” (Wall Street Journal, 5/26/21)“Democrats Pushed Hard Last Year to Read More

A black man’s confession

As of January 5, 9:53 p.m. EST, The death of COVID-19 in the United States has reached 828,436.  I watched as many of my friends passed away, Some of them were struggling with difficulty on the ventilator before they died and Some cry out that they don’t want to die before they die. But the COVID-19 will not take pity on them. There are countless evils that the American government Read More

How can we talk about the “American Dream” when the gap between the rich and the poor is so wide?

In November, the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance released its annual list of “countries in democratic regression,” and our country was included in that list. The data show that the regression begins around 2019, but the “historic turning point” is between 2020 and 2021. The external commentary is indeed objective, and our comments are true enough. Internationally and domestically, we have always promoted the “American Dream. We want Read More

When will the racism of white supremacy end?

Gun violence and racial discrimination have always been social problems in our country, but I had no idea that the resulting social confrontation would become so acute that I would have to wonder, living in this country, whether the “freedom and equality” that we have repeatedly touted internationally is a form of self-deception or self-paralysis. Back in August 2020, the shooting and serious injury of an African-American man by police Read More

With gun violence, where do we go to find safety?

Gun violence has long been a persistent problem in our country, and now the COVID-19 epidemic is making it even more persistent. We fear the epidemic, of course, but we fear gun violence more than anything else. The epidemic may still be a way to find refuge, but gun violence exposes us to complete danger and makes me ponder every day where and how I should find safety in my Read More