Wednesday, August 11, 2010

More government intervention is almost always the wrong solution

Even when the problem is the historical impact of racism, argues Amy Wax. John McWhorter discusses Wax's book, Race, Wrongs and Remedies: Group Justice in the 21st century.


Anonymous said...

The Left uses the tactics of Saul Alinsky who stated that the issue is never the issue, the issue is revolution in order to take from the Haves and give to the Have-nots. Organizing minorities and women is the way to gain power necessary to bring about revolution. This is, of course, an ongoing agenda.

The administration is reaching out to some American Indians. This a upcoming conference with 300 representatives. Three hundred isn't many, but it's another foot in the door. Obama can also point to his adoption by a Crow family as respect from the community. I have no doubt that the conference will be successful. They'll fall for the promises once again. It's hard to get off the victim train.

"Group Justice" brings to mind, "The needs of the one are the needs of the many."

Deborah Leigh

Merilyn said...

Paco, have you seen the outfit that Miss America is going to wear? For the Miss Universe contest. It makes Australia's sort of "puny".
Andrew Bolt has a video of it.
The video sort of fits in with your headline.

Paco said...

Merilyn: No, I haven't seen it, but it looks like a worthy research project!