Top 10 black racists: Being a racist can be a ticket to success – if you’re an African-American

In America today there is nothing worse than being called a racist. You can’t easily defend yourself against the life-changing, sometimes career-ending smear which evildoers can wield with impunity. “There is nothing worse for your career,”  New York State Assemblyman … Continue reading Top 10 black racists: Being a racist can be a ticket to success – if you’re an African-American

Black Skin Privilege: The Media’s Love of Black Racism & Violence

My article from the August 21, 2015 issue of FrontPageMag: Black Skin Privilege: The Media’s Love of Black Racism & Violence By Matthew Vadum Editor’s note: Below is the fourth article in the FrontPage series “Black Skin Privilege,” based on the Freedom Center pamphlet “Black Skin Privilege and the American Dream” by David Horowitz and John Perazzo. (Click the following for Part I, Part II and Part III.) It is a sad commentary on our nation that the mainstream media refuses to take a critical look at the increasingly violent, racist Black Lives Matter movement, and often promotes those activists’ depraved view of America, the least racist … Continue reading Black Skin Privilege: The Media’s Love of Black Racism & Violence

Leaders of the Lynch Mob

My article in today’s FrontPage magazine: Leaders of the Lynch Mob By Matthew Vadum Leaders of the “Black Lives Matter” movement are obliquely endorsing killing cops and rioting as legitimate forms of political activism as the radical community organizers of the so-called Black Spring ramp up political violence and civil unrest. For example, on-the-record statements by Twitter stars DeRay Mckesson, 29 and Johnetta Elzie, 26, are all over the Internet. Mckesson (Twitter handle: @deray) and Elzie (Twitter handle: @Nettaaaaaaaa) are influential activists who have become legacy-media darlings by using social media to push their racial-grievance agenda. A very long, fawning profile of … Continue reading Leaders of the Lynch Mob