Author Archives: DarkKnight3565

About DarkKnight3565

A graduate of Rutgers University, DK enjoys music, movies, comic books, and political discourse. Follow him on Twitter at @DarkKnight3565.

Why Is Income Inequality So Important?

o economic issue means as much to the Left as income equality. As President Obama said in the 2012 State of the Union address, “No challenge is more urgent. No debate is more important. We can either settle for a … Continue reading

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The Irony of the #FightFor15

I remember how difficult it is to work in the fast food industry. One of the toughest jobs I’ve had was when I had to work an overnight shift at a McDonalds, where I was greeted at each shift with … Continue reading

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Should People of Color Support Palestine?

s always, as goeth the Progressives, so goes the African American leadership. It is not unusual these days to find some prominent African American academic, politician, or pundit condemning Israel for her recent actions against Hamas in Gaza. CNN commentator … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Attacks from the Left, Cultural, Current events/topics, DNC/Democrats, Media & Media Bias, Progressivism, Race/Racism/Race Relations | Tagged , , , , , | 5 Comments

Christianity and Illegal Immigration

have to confess to being surprised that God has been allowed a return to political discourse. It was only days ago when displaying one’s faith, seeking to uphold His word as law, was to invite scorn from the Progressives.  At … Continue reading

Posted in Abortion, Activism, Activism/Advocacy, Attacks from the Left, Current events/topics, DNC/Democrats, Government, Immigration, National Security, Progressivism, Religion, Tea Party | Tagged , , , , , | 9 Comments

Sellouts: Black Progressive Leadership

t is an historical irony that African American conservatives have become such a minority within the Black community today. Modern American Conservatives is arguably as rooted in the antebellum African American community as it is in the Coolidge 1920s or … Continue reading

Posted in Community, Cultural, DNC/Democrats, Education, Immigration, Progressivism, Race/Racism/Race Relations, racism, VoterID | Tagged , , , , , , | 10 Comments

Zogby Poll: 76%

he recent Zogby Analytics poll has reported that President Obama’s approval rating has dropped to 44%. A quick glimpse at some of the latest headlines should show why this is not a surprise: A 2.9% contraction of GDP A loss … Continue reading

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Obama’s Shield

A politician could be caught standing over a dead hooker with a bloody knife in one hand and a bag of cocaine in the other and his defense would be, “I think it is time for us to put this … Continue reading

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Obama’s Third Term

“It is my contention that if Obama was at all concerned with the prospect of re-election, he would be forced to be less disdainful of the will of the American people. Perhaps not to the degree we would hope, but certainly less so than he is today. Continue reading

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Dave Brat’s Win and the Amnesty Debate

President Lyndon B. Johnson was no friend to Blacks.  Reports consistently point out that Johnson referred to them with the most racist ethnic slur that can possibly be directed at an African American, even when he was using the powers … Continue reading

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Race and Roil: The Myth of Race War

s a Conservative reader of Conservative blogs I can tell you that there are many dangers to which Conservatives would like to alert you. There is the danger of the national deficit, which has reached $17 trillion dollars. There is … Continue reading

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