Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Pat Buchanan Salutes His Honor Michael Nutter

Noting that the "African-American [was] the first leader to speak out about the racial character of the flash mobs attacking people in one American city after another," the pundit asks, "And where are our other leaders?" — The Fire This Time.

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Blogger Mark in Spokane said...

A great reminder that while much of the official "civil rights" leadership is corrupt, there are great public servants in the African-American community who are willing to stand up for decency against the gross thuggery of some segments of our urban society.

And also a great reminder of the rich history of African-American leaders who seek to bring that community into deeper integration and harmony with the broader society, who see African-Americans as an essential and integral part of America, capable of being a full part of our society by working hard and embracing the virtues of disciple and self-respect.

August 17, 2011 at 12:29 AM  

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