Monthly Archives: July 2013

What Has Created the Great Divide Between the Classes in America Today?

What has created the great divide between the classes in America today? I think that I have answered that question, in part, through my post on Jamie Dupree’s Atlanta Journal-Constitution blog on July 21, 2013. See below for my post: … Continue reading

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The Encounter between Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman

Below are my comments, on July 20 – 21, 2013, to another poster on an Atlanta Journal-Constitution blog regarding the encounter between Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman: ============================================================= “You call Trayvon Martin the assailant, and yet some ‘assailant’ shot Trayvon … Continue reading

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The African-American Plight in Today’s America

Prejudice against African-Americans may be more subtle today than in America’s past, but it is still present. Below are my remarks to a poster on the “Get Schooled” blog of the Atlanta-Journal Constitution on July, 17, 2013: Other Poster’s Comment: … Continue reading

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In Praise of America and Her Founders, as July 4th Nears, Once Again

In commemoration of the founding of America, on July 4, 1776, I thought that my words on July 2nd, in response to another poster on an Atlanta Journal-Constitution blog, were especially apt in honoring our nation and her founders, as … Continue reading

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