The Color of Character


The Alienation Continues

The election is over, but based on the protests and editorials, it isn’t. The votes are counted, but based on the calls for recounts, and the accusations that Russia meddled in the outcome, they aren’t. The Democrats were rebuffed, but Secretary Clinton received more votes. The Republicans’ think their agenda is a winner, but polls…

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Free Speech Threatens Minorities at Universities – Yet Again

If you only read or listen to mainstream media, you would be unaware of the latest outrage on an esteemed American university campus. Threats to free speech that come from the left of political center conflict with the accepted narrative with which mainstream media is most comfortable, and therefore are overlooked. If it weren’t for…

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USA, We’ve Got a Problem

I am back to the college and university campuses of my first blog where I find the chances have dwindled for opening the minds of our youth (i.e. future leaders(?) of America), and resolving our social problems via dialogue. The fear is spreading. Offering a viewpoint that differs from the increasingly constricted narrative of social…

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This Blog Wrote Itself

Tied in with the objective of The Color of Character, I try to write blogs suggesting ways to improve race relations, and pointing out behaviors that have not nor will not help. Follow the link below, and you real see that the behaviors that will do absolutely zero to improve race relations are getting beyond…

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