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home : opinion : editorial June 18, 2019

Oberlin is forced to check its woke privilege
If there is one thing you learn about at Oberlin College, the notoriously progressive liberal arts college, it is surely privilege: white privilege, hetero privilege, gender privilege, you name it. 
Tuesday, June 18, 2019


In linking trade with immigration, Trump may have united his opponents
This month, President Donald J. Trump -- the great innovator, the great instigator, above all the great disrupter -- conjured up a new tool of tumult: Take one highly incendiary issue and employ it as a battering ram to win concessions on an even more contentious matter.
Monday, June 17, 2019

Joe Biden and Henry Hyde
Of course he was for the Hyde Amendment, the federal law that blocks Medicaid funding from being used for abortion. He even fought against a rape and incest exception. He proposed his own Biden amendment to block foreign aid from being used for biomedical research related to abortion. He was one of two Democrats who supported an effort to allow states to block Roe v. Wade.
Saturday, June 15, 2019

The wilding of Lindda Fairstein
The African folktale version of the 1989 Central Park gang-rape has swept the populace! The mob thirsts for vengeance against evil spirits, like Linda Fairstein.
Saturday, June 15, 2019

The climate trap for Democrats
The more the climate debate changes, the more it stays the same.
Friday, June 14, 2019

Tweets, Stock Prices and Donald Trump
President Donald Trump's tweets often set off big gyrations in stock prices. Anyone who knows of the tweets in advance could make a fortune, though not legally.
Thursday, June 13, 2019

Joe Biden and Henry Hyde
Of course he was for the Hyde Amendment, the federal law that blocks Medicaid funding from being used for abortion. He even fought against a rape and incest exception. He proposed his own Biden amendment to block foreign aid from being used for biomedical research related to abortion. He was one of two Democrats who supported an effort to allow states to block Roe v. Wade.
Thursday, June 13, 2019

Finding People to Fill Empty Spaces
A tiny French mountain village with a long name, L'Hospitalet-pres-l'Andorre, has lost half its population over three decades. Its name in English would be "The Hospital Near Andorra." (Andorra is a small principality shoehorned between France and Spain.)
Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Democrats' Trump dilemma: Impeach, Imprison -- or bluff?
Is there any doubt that many Democrats agree with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi when she says she wants to see President Trump "in prison"? After the Mueller report, House Democrats seem to believe almost unanimously that the president is guilty of obstruction of justice. Their increasingly heated internal debate is whether to impeach Trump now or press for his incarceration after they defeat him next year.
Wednesday, June 12, 2019

CEOs for abortion
Clarity of thought and expression about moral issues is not a core competency of CEOs.
Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Pritzker gambles on new direction for Illinois
Democratic Gov. J. B. Pritzker and the Legislature have gambled on a new direction for Illinois. The dramatic new course seeks to turn our state from a government mired in conflict, impasse and perennial deficits to that of big picture thinking, and big spending.
Saturday, June 8, 2019

Don Fraser revamped our presidential nominating process
You probably missed it, because some of the major papers missed its significance, too: the death of former U.S. Rep. Don Fraser. In fact, you may never have heard of Fraser, who also served a record four terms as mayor of Minneapolis. But he shaped the politics of the last half-century of American life, with particular influence on the 2020 presidential election he will not live to see to its conclusion -- but which he witnessed in its messy, muddled and mindless start.
Saturday, June 8, 2019

The post-liberal dead end
The most bracing pieces are sometimes the least defensible.
Friday, June 7, 2019

The whole folk tale and nothing but the folk tale
New York City public school teachers recently revealed that they have been instructed to reject "objectivity," "written documentation" and "perfectionism" by Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, as part of his effort to "dismantle racism." Carranza identified these values as tools of the "white-supremacy culture."
Thursday, June 6, 2019

Law enforcement, media have changed standards for Trump
One of the more unfortunate effects of the Trump-Russia investigation -- and there have been many -- is the weakening of traditional standards of argument and proof in the public debate over allegations that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia to fix the 2016 election. (Just for the record: It didn't.)
Wednesday, June 5, 2019

The Daily Beast's shabby scoop
Breaking news: Some guy posted a doctored video of Nancy Pelosi.
Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Things don't change...until they do
There's an important political lesson here in the soft green hills of this state.
Monday, June 3, 2019

The wayward special counsel
In the end, by-the-book Robert Mueller departed wildly from the book.
He invented an extraconstitutional legal standard for his obstruction investigation and acted, at best, in violation of the spirit of the special-counsel regulations.

Saturday, June 1, 2019

Mayor Pete: Why not?
"Why not?" she asked.

We're looking for a nondescript generic white male Democrat, preferably a senator, and you ask why not the 37-year-old gay mayor of South Bend, Indiana

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Could we survive as they did?
Lost for 17 days in a Hawaiian jungle, all alone in only a tank top and capri yoga pans, I'm not sure what I would do. Would I work past my fractured leg, blistered wounds and terror to survive? Would I eat mystery fruit and moths and sleep in the mud or a wild boar's den? Would I do the things Amanda Eller did, or would I go crazy after two weeks and throw my emaciated body into a ravine?
Thursday, May 30, 2019

As barr mulls declassification, a familiar tune from critics
In February 2018, the House Intelligence Committee released the so-called Nunes memo. In four pages, the document, from the committee's then-chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, revealed much of what the public knows today about the FBI's reliance on the Steele dossier in pursuing since-discredited allegations that the Trump campaign and Russia conspired to fix the 2016 election. Specifically, it revealed that the FBI included unverified material from the dossier in applications to a secret spy court to win a warrant to wiretap Trump foreign policy volunteer adviser Carter Page.
Wednesday, May 29, 2019

A declining population need not cause angst
Total births in the United States fell last year to about 3.79 million, the smallest number in 32 years. The fertility rate hit a record low of 59 childbirths per 1,000 women. Americans are not having enough children to replace themselves.
Tuesday, May 28, 2019

You, too? CEOs under the 'Me Too' microscope
It's hard enough dealing with sexual misconduct by senior officials. But when the CEO is an alleged pig, much less one who is surrounded by like-minded figures, who do you complain to?
Monday, May 27, 2019

The worst cover-up of all time
President Donald Trump may be guilty of many things, but a cover-up in the Mueller probe isn't one of them.
Saturday, May 25, 2019

As more Democrats get in, party's message should be: Get out
Mayor Bill de Blasio -- not particularly popular, not particularly pleasant, not particularly accomplished -- announced his presidential candidacy the other day. Nobody was excited, but then again nobody was surprised. After all, everybody else is running for president. Why shouldn't he?
Saturday, May 25, 2019

US isn't becoming Europe. We're becoming Rome
Can we have a quick reality check and acknowledge that what is happening to America is a million times worse than what's happening in Europe and is of much greater consequence?
Friday, May 24, 2019

A cap on interest rates charged consumers? Yes
The Loan Shark Protection Act would limit the interest charged on credit cards to 15 percent. A 15 percent cap would be too low -- naively too low. Too bad the bill's sponsors, Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, weren't more careful, because their clumsy approach hands ammo to foes of those reining in truly abusive forms of consumer credit, the most obscene example being the payday loan.
Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Mueller changed everything
From now on, the Trump-Russia affair -- the investigation that dominated the first years of Donald Trump's presidency -- will be divided into two parts: before and after the release of Robert Mueller's report. Before the special counsel's findings were made public last month, the president's adversaries were on the offensive. Now, they are playing defense.
Wednesday, May 22, 2019

The Supreme Court is not going to overrule Roe v. Wade
First of all, it doesn't need to. Roe v. Wade has already been thoroughly decimated by a thousand different regulations, all of which the Supreme Court has, or will, uphold.
Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Comrade Sanders targets charter schools
Few things offend Bernie Sanders as much as people escaping from command-and-control government systems, even minority students whose parents are desperate to get their kids a decent education.
Tuesday, May 21, 2019

The big joke about privacy
In 1967, Justice John Marshall Harlan (one of the greats) wrote a concurring opinion that, to this day, establishes the constitutional test that protects our privacy from the government.
Monday, May 20, 2019

Joe Biden and restoring the old (pre-Trump) order
There was a school of thought that said former Vice President Joe Biden would begin to sink in the polls the moment he announced his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination. Biden's first day in the race, the thinking went, would be his best day.
Saturday, May 18, 2019

Give me a moment
- Beto O'Rourke had his. Pete Buttigieg is still having his. So is Joseph R. Biden Jr. But Jay Inslee hasn't had his, nor has John Hickenlooper. And when either Kamala Harris or Amy Klobuchar has hers, watch out.
Saturday, May 18, 2019

These are real 'high crimes'
Contrary to the image of potheads as peaceful stoners, "cannabis-dependent psychotic patients were four times as likely to be violent," according to a study cited by Alex Berenson in his magnificent new book, "Tell Your Children: The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness and Violence." "No other factor was nearly as important. Alcohol use, which was common among the patients, made no difference."
Friday, May 17, 2019

Engineered babies and not-so-good Intentions
Like the comedian in the first episode of the new "Twilight Zone," Dr. He Jiankui seemed desperate to be famous. And like that comedian, he is confronted with the question "At what cost?"
Friday, May 17, 2019

What if Trump has driven Democrats sane?
The Joe Biden polling surge has raised the frightful specter of Democratic rationality.
Friday, May 17, 2019

A sex strike to nowhere
Lysistrata, the character from the Aristophanes play of the same name, declared a sex strike to try to stop a devastating war in ancient Greece.
Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Political family privilege: Let's end it
The Trump camp is making a very big deal out of Hunter Biden's 2014 gig with a Ukrainian oligarch. This was a time when his father, Joe Biden, Barack Obama's vice president, was pressing Ukraine's leaders to rein in its oligarchs. As it happened, Hunter's membership on the oligarch's board in no way weakened Joe Biden's -- or America's -- anti-corruption message to Ukraine.
Tuesday, May 14, 2019

The new abortion wars
In the not-so-old days, the guerrilla battle against Roe v. Wade took the form of state laws that imposed endless obstacles in the face of women seeking to exercise their constitutional rights, from waiting periods to hospitalization requirements to exhaustive credentialing of clinics, not to mention repeated efforts to defund Planned Parenthood.
Monday, May 13, 2019

Trump's economy is strong. Obama's was better
"We're doing trade deals that are going to get you so much business you're not even going to believe it," President Trump told an American Farm Bureau Federation meeting in January. The attendees cheered.
Saturday, May 11, 2019

Trump's economy is strong. Obama's was better
"We're doing trade deals that are going to get you so much business you're not even going to believe it," President Trump told an American Farm Bureau Federation meeting in January. The attendees cheered.
Saturday, May 11, 2019

Nancy Pelosi is right, of course
The way for Democrats to win in 2020 is to follow the advice of the shrewdest Democrat in politics today:
Saturday, May 11, 2019

No questions there was spying on Trump campaign, but how much?
At his contentious hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Attorney General William Barr dropped a big hint about his investigation into the conduct of the Trump-Russia investigation.
Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Rapists go free day
He met her in an anorexia forum when she was 15. When she was 16, he lured her to his home, where he kept her captive for a year, locking her in a cage and forcing her to have sex.
Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Everyone agrees robocalls are a scourge
I oversee the care of an ailing man who's pushing 90. When I'm with him, the sound of his phone ringing sends a minor shock to my system. And his phone is ringing all the time.
Wednesday, May 8, 2019

We've heard enough from Robert Mueller
The last thing the world needs is more of Robert Mueller's commentary, but Congress is determined to have him hold forth at a public hearing.
Tuesday, May 7, 2019

The farcical Bill Barr scandal
An investigation into whether the president of the United States committed treason has devolved into a squabble over Attorney General Bill Barr's brief letter saying that he didn't. 
Monday, May 6, 2019

Efforts are underway in some states to close loopholes in marital rape laws
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Witches were still being burned at the stake when Sir Matthew Hale came up with his legal theory that rape could not happen within marriage. The 17th century English jurist declared it legally impossible because wedding vows implied a wife’s ongoing consent to sex.
Saturday, May 4, 2019

Behind the scenes in Iowa, organizers sow seeds
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- From the Mississippi River in the east to the Missouri in the west, Iowa's soybean farmers are in the field right now, planting their next crop in some of the most fertile soil in the country. But those are not the only seeds being placed in the state's rich ground.
Saturday, May 4, 2019

Patrick Little
I had almost forgotten him.
Thursday, May 2, 2019

Okay, let's talk about Charlottesville
So Joe Biden launched his presidential campaign talking about Charlottesville.
Thursday, May 2, 2019

The Very Strange Case of Stephen Moore
What can you say about Stephen Moore? That his economic views tend toward the nutty, and his research is a slop job? That his juvenile fear of females borders on the pathetic -- and that he didn't find them too embarrassing to air? That he's Donald Trump's pick to serve on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors? Yes, but we repeat ourselves.
Wednesday, May 1, 2019

The 8chan terrorists
The ancient hatred has migrated to the internet.
Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Walking the fine line to the White House
Three months before the 2016 election, the political landscape of Michigan -- then, as in 2020, a critical battleground for the White House -- was clear.
Saturday, April 27, 2019

Uncle Joe Joins the Race
There's hope for those of you 75 or over.
Saturday, April 27, 2019

The Mueller Report 2.0
My friend Jack Corrigan, one of the smartest politicos/lawyers I know, saw it right away. He called it "the key punch-pulling passage in the report." It occurs on page two of volume two, where Robert Mueller says he and his team "determined not to apply an approach that could potentially result in a judgment that the President committed crimes."
Friday, April 26, 2019

The greatest show on Earth
 No one enjoys getting impeached, and if it happens to him, Donald J. Trump will be no exception.
Friday, April 26, 2019

Supreme and exalted Master President Robert Mueller
According to Robert Mueller, a president can be guilty of obstruction of justice simply by exercising the powers of the president -- if he does so with "an intent to obtain an improper advantage for himself or someone else, inconsistent with official duty and the rights of others."
Friday, April 26, 2019

The liberal media is not always the liberal's friend
So Joe Biden is in. He's not millennial, not female, not a member of a racial minority. That's a problem for him, sayeth much of the so-called liberal media. The problem, however, may be the media.
Thursday, April 25, 2019

The personal cost of the Trump-Russia probe
Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is over, but the reverberations of the Trump-Russia affair live on. One such after-effect is the reluctance of some important figures in the 2016 campaign to speak out, for fear of continued legal entanglements.
Wednesday, April 24, 2019

The impeachment fantasy
The collusion fantasy has officially given way to the impeachment fantasy. 
Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Trees capture carbon and dollars
The last Friday in April is National Arbor Day. You knew that, didn't you? Born in the Victorian era, Arbor Day began mainly as a gentle reminder to admire trees as things of beauty. As an environmental observance, it has been upstaged by the more comprehensive Earth Day (itself now almost 50 years old). But Arbor Day has been very much updated.
Tuesday, April 23, 2019

The Republican Rollout of the Mueller Report
One of the comments that stuck with me after the release of the full Mueller report was that Attorney General Barr had not played it down the middle. Putting the conclusions out first (NO INDICTMENT) allowed the president to take a victory lap. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi started talking about health care, not impeachment. He gave the White House first dibs on redactions. He made Congress wait and then controlled what it received. In fact, since the first "dump," it has been dribbling the report out for so long that the Democrats are still fighting about redactions. (Let's see, there's jobs and health care and global warming and redactions ...) And troubling details, available only this week, feel like old news.
Monday, April 22, 2019

Sorry, Democrats, but your stars are socialists
There was Bernie Sanders at a Fox News Channel town hall, not giving an inch in a forum every Democratic presidential candidate has shunned. 
Monday, April 22, 2019

Column: In retrospect, 'Field of Dreams' is a terrible film
By PAUL NEWBERRY
AP  Columnist

“If you build it, he will come.”

Puh-lease.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Hemingway and Castro in Cuba
SAN FRANCISCO DE PAULA, Cuba -- A bullfight poster hangs on the wall. Of course it does. Ten bottles of liquor are on the table. No surprise there. A Billie Holiday vinyl record rests near the Victrola. Just as it should. Loads of books sit on the shelves, animal heads are mounted on the walls. We'd be disappointed if that weren't the case.
Saturday, April 20, 2019

Paris and New York are united by urban horror
Many of us watching the inferno at Notre Dame de Paris felt that 9/11 dread. This week, as nearly 18 years ago, the news channels kept looping the same horrific video of towers collapsing. At the end, the medieval cathedral remained mostly standing while the twin towers at New York's World Trade Center vanished into a pile of smoking rubble. The outcomes may have been different, but both calamities showed that what we think most permanent may not be.
Thursday, April 18, 2019

All the president's bloodsucking relatives
Even after Trump won the presidency, Jared Kushner was embarrassed by his father-in-law, according to Vicky Ward's terrific new book, "Kushner, Inc."
Thursday, April 18, 2019

Five arguments the Mueller report won't settle
Attorney General Bill Barr will release a redacted version of the Mueller report this week. It will, of course, consume the political conversation for days, but even now it is clear that as much as the report might be talked about, it will not settle the main arguments that have raged about the Trump-Russia affair for more than two years. Here are five debates that won't be resolved, no matter how much of the report Barr makes public:
Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Weep for Notre Dame
“I believe that this church offers the carefully discerning such cause for admiration," the 14th-century French philosopher Jean de Jandun wrote of Notre Dame, "that its inspection can scarcely sate the soul."
Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Yes, investigate the investigators
Attorney General William Barr dared to use the "s-word."
Monday, April 15, 2019

An enduring vision of overcoming cynicism in politics
One of the most fulfilling elements of membership in the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation Profiles of Courage board is examining the essays on political courage that high school students around the country and, increasingly, around the globe, prepare each year. This year, 2,515 students submitted essays, and the finalists we examined were stunningly eloquent and inspiring, making our choice unusually difficult.
Saturday, April 13, 2019

Face it: Biden and Bernie are too old to be president
Whatever their differences, the two front-runners in the Democratic presidential race, Joe Biden, born Nov. 20, 1942, and Bernie Sanders, born Sept. 8, 1941, share one common trait: They are too old to be president.
Friday, April 12, 2019

The McCarthyite, anti-Christian campaign against Chick-fil-A
The  fast-food chain Chick-fil-A is wanted on suspicion of aiding and abetting Christian organizations.
Thursday, April 11, 2019

All hail President Javanka
While other reporters waste their time examining Donald Trump's public statements, interviewing his high school classmates and poring over legal filings, investigative reporter Vicky Ward has produced the definitive book on our current president.
Thursday, April 11, 2019

Bernhardt would be another disaster at Interior
Wednesday, April 10, 2019

The McCarthyite, anti-Christian campaign against Chick-fil-A
The fast-food chain Chick-fil-A is wanted on suspicion of aiding and abetting Christian organizations.
Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Uncle Joe
I don't know whether Joe Biden should run for president. I don't know if he will be able to connect with the younger generation that has breathed new life into the Democratic Party. In short, I don't know whether he can beat Donald Trump, which is the thing I care about most.
Monday, April 8, 2019

Is Bernie behind the attacks on Biden?
There was always something fishy about the #MeToo complaint against Joe Biden. Putting hands on Lucy Flores' shoulders and smooching the back of her head is in no way sexual. Even Flores admitted that.
Monday, April 8, 2019

Media pot reporting: Just don't call us uncool!
I think I'll direct a series of low-budget movies with names like "Tobacco Madness," "Gun Madness" and "White Male Madness." The plots will be exactly the same with, alternately, cigarettes, guns or whiteness causing high school students to go insane, causing mayhem and murder.
Saturday, April 6, 2019

Elizabeth Warren takes her turn with eager New Hampshire voters
BERLIN, N.H. -- The environmental activists are here. The animal-rights warriors are here. The seniors who seek to meet every presidential contender are here. Heck, the candidate's dog is here. This is less a town meeting than a revival meeting.
Saturday, April 6, 2019

The war against warming: Why we must fight
Even after Hitler invaded Czechoslovakia and Poland, a strong pacifist movement in Britain opposed a military buildup to confront Nazi Germany. It vilified Winston Churchill as a warmonger for pushing one.
Friday, April 5, 2019

How bad does border have to be for Democrats to admit it's an emergency?
Is there any number of illegal border crossings into the United States that would strike Democrats as an emergency?
Friday, April 5, 2019

Biden's problem is his ego
Joe Biden wants us to believe that all his touching speaks to how deeply he cares about other people.
Friday, April 5, 2019

Pelosi, not AMLO, is driving the border crisis
When historians look back to this era, they will wonder why we insisted on outsourcing our border control to a foreign country.
Thursday, April 4, 2019

Rachel Maddow's deep delusion
For the past two years, Rachel Maddow has been a hero of her own spy thriller.
Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Mueller sent sign after sign on collusion, yet some would not see
Many Trump opponents were shocked and disappointed by Trump-Russia special counsel Robert Mueller's conclusion that "the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities." Some members of the "Resistance" and NeverTrump communities apparently had a deep emotional commitment to the idea of collusion.
Saturday, March 30, 2019

From Hawaii to New Hampshire, candidates try to stand out
In the crowd this morning are more beards than on an NHL playoff team, more winter fleece than in a factory outlet, more hiking boots than in an Appalachian Mountain Club high-altitude hut. In this atmosphere -- a classic New Hampshire primary audience, not demure but demanding, not casual but committed -- suddenly a voice rings out:

Aloha, everybody.

Friday, March 29, 2019

Treasonous? Who?
The Muller report understandably brought great joy to the president.
Thursday, March 28, 2019

Hold the Pulitzers
The only people surprised that the special counsel's investigation of Russian collusion did not confirm a lunatic conspiracy theory are consumers of the modern American media. For two years, our constitutionally protected guardians of the truth put out a stream of misinformation, promising viewers that Robert Mueller was going to reverse the outcome of the 2016 election.
Thursday, March 28, 2019

Mueller sent sign after sign on collusion, yet some would not see
Many Trump opponents were shocked and disappointed by Trump-Russia special counsel Robert Mueller's conclusion that "the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities." Some members of the "Resistance" and NeverTrump communities apparently had a deep emotional commitment to the idea of collusion.
Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Mueller report is what Democrats needed
Many Democrats don't get this, but the Mueller report has done them a great service. Concluding no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia but no exoneration on obstruction of justice hardly takes the president off the hook of possibly criminal behavior. But it does take impeachment off the table.
Wednesday, March 27, 2019

On Russia, Trump acted innocent
The release of Robert Mueller's finding that Donald Trump didn't collude with Russia should settle a question his critics -- and, quietly, some of his allies -- have asked repeatedly over the past two years: Why was he acting so guilty?
Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Mayor Pete will be president one of these years
What corner of political heaven did Pete Buttigieg fly down from? The 37-year-old Democratic mayor of South Bend, Indiana, has mightily impressed mainstream Democrats with his refreshing common-sense intelligence. And that's won him admiring glances from many Republicans, as well. Buttigieg's last name is pronounced like "boot-a-judge." You can skirt the issue by simply calling him Mayor Pete. And oh, it looks as if he's running for president.
Monday, March 25, 2019

Periodic Table, now 150 years old, evolves and ages gracefully
There are only a few developments that have organized the way we see the world. There is the classification system of the life sciences, which separated the natural world into kingdoms. There is the Constitution of the United States, which created a delicate system of checks and balances.
Saturday, March 23, 2019

US existing-home sales jumped 11.8 percent in February
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. home sales soared 11.8 percent in February, aided by accelerating wages and falling mortgage rates that are improving affordability.
Friday, March 22, 2019

Are the racists on viral videos mentally ill?
Most everyone who spends time on social media has come across videos in which a white person is screaming racial insults, usually at a Latino or African-American. A recent example shows a woman at a ShopRite in East Haven, Connecticut, barraging a black man with racist invective.
Thursday, March 21, 2019












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