Tuesday, May 7, 2013

The Post-Johnson Black Family

"Being born and finding out that your mother is 17 years old, that your grandmother is 35 and that you don't know who or where your father is is not a good start on life," says Walter E. Williams, suggesting that "Black people could benefit from an honest examination of the bill of goods they've been sold" — Honest Examination of Race.

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Blogger Mark in Spokane said...

As goes the family, so goes civilization.

When the law goes from defending the family to attacking it, this is the result. And part of the law attacking the family is the law's refusal to support and defend the traditional family. Examples: welfare, no-fault divorce, laws treating co-habitation as equivalent to marriage, the redefinition of marriage (all but the welfare heartily embraced by libertarians).

May 8, 2013 at 1:20 AM  

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