Jack Kerwick received his doctoral degree in philosophy from Temple University. His area of specialization is ethics and political philosophy. He is a professor of philosophy at several colleges and universities in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Jack blogs at Beliefnet.com: At the Intersection of Faith & Culture. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or friend him on facebook. You can also follow him on twitter.
In 1976, Alex Haley authored the nearly 1,000-page, Roots: The Saga of An American Family. The following year, ABC aired a mini-series that was based upon it. Both book and television show proved to be tremendous successes. Now, the History Channel has officially announced that it will remake Roots.
Colin Flaherty, the author of the best-seller, White Girl Bleed A lot, has once again revealed his heroism in his latest, Dont Make the Black Kids Angry.
The theory behind the Democrats policies
Its the ideology, stupid.
A look at media double standards in covering black criminality.
Exposing and debunking the latest leftist academic fad
The mass murder of nearly 150 Kenyan Christian college students by Islamic predators is but the latest manifestation of a phenomenon that is now so common in places all around the world that we would be well served to give it a name.
What we call manners consists of a family of habits or customs that are, with ever greaterindeed, alarmingfrequency, regarded as, at best, niceties or pleasantries.
Easter is upon us.
This year isnt just the golden anniversary of Selma. It also marks the 50th anniversary of the murder of Malcolm X.
Ben Carson got himself into some trouble a couple of weeks back for remarks concerning homosexuality that he made during an exchange with CNNs Chris Cuomo.
The president of the University of Oklahoma expelled white members of a fraternity that had been captured on video chanting what could be the last of the English languages four letter words recognized by our society. Some remarks are in order.
Only dont expect to hear this from Obama or John Kerry
No mention of real evil at the Oscars
In honor of African-American History month, lets take a quiz.
Wisconsin Governor and GOP presidential hopeful Scott Walker never graduated from college, and according to such critics as Howard Dean, his insufficient education renders him ineligible for the office of the presidency.
Back in 2011, Frank Borzellieri was terminated from his position as principal of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, a predominantly black and Hispanic Catholic elementary school located in the Bronx, New York.
Such, however, cannot be said for the Christians of dozens of countries around the world who daily suffer unimaginable predations at the hands of the Muslim majorities of their homelands.
Upon witnessing the trials of Nazi war criminals in Jerusalem, Hannah Arendt remarked that they shared in common one salient feature: it was not stupidity, she said, but a curious, quite authentic inability to think.