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“By the time they start school, for some children it’s already too late.”

This article by Nick Morrison originally appeared in Forbes on 11/30/16, but for some reason is almost impossible to access now.  I reproduce here below the cached version; if there are legal repercussions, I’ll face them when the time comes.

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By The Time They Start School, For Some Children It’s Already Too Late

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“Forgiving the cosmos” – Additional tags

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Forgiving the cosmos

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About the Parable of the Talents – Additional tags

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Liberals are biased against the white poor

Study Shows Public Help Racial Bias On The Right — And Left

The bias reflects belief in the politically correct dogma that racism is the sole cause of poverty.

In fact, two thirds of America’s poor are white. Thus racism cannot be the sole cause.

You’d never know that from the mainstream media, however.  For example, in a July pictorial in U.S. News and World Report, “The New Faces of U.S. Poverty,” every face is black.

We’ll never understand black poverty until we understand white poverty.  And the existence of white poverty, currently, the Left denies.

Quotation from Michael Eric Dyson

Some time ago, a Facebook friend shared a Baltimore Sun op-ed by Richard Rowe, “A recommendation for Baltimore’s white liberal establishment.”  In it, Rowe quotes the below passage from a New York Times op-ed by Michael Eric Dyson, “Death in black and white.”  Dyson alleges many things here, and his statement deserves examination from various angles.  I anticipate referring to this quotation several times in the near future.

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