Quote of the Day

Why is Professor Gates freaked out by the policeman standing on his porch but not by the intrusive expansion of government into his life and the lives of every other American, white or black?

Why does he hate a policeman entering his living room, but he’ll support government stepping inside his family, and every American family, and taxing their estate, so that parents cannot pass the wealth that they worked all their lives to accumulate freely on to their children?

Why is he not freaked out by government telling parents where they can send their child to school, government determining what that child will learn, and government transmitting to young children in school politically defined values about life, family, and sexual behavior?

And why is Professor Gates not appalled that politicians can huddle in Washington and arbitrarily decide whose property they will tax or take for the purposes of their own political objectives?
—Star Parker

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