Saturday, September 10, 2011


Please take a look at one of Professor Walter E. Williams’s recent commentaries relative to Blacks and Politics. Maybe, just maybe it takes a black man to write his well-reasoned observations relative to the relationship between Blacks and Politics to get an honest report on the subject.

Professor Williams is widely published, but his work is rarely seen or heard on the major media outlets, because he is a conservative educator who does not follow the line of the liberal media. I salute Williams for promoting responsibility and accountability. He calls it like he sees it in all of his comments. I view his work as a unifier, who is a strong positive influence to bring his fellow blacks upward. Williams is not a divisive influence such as Rev. Jesse Jackson, Rev. Al Sharpton, former Black Panther Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL), Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-IL) or Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) who, in my opinion, are nothing but opportunists who thrive on racial disharmony.


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