Affirmative Action: Is it a Necessity Today?

This interesting article should be required reading for everyone that thinks minorities are stuck in poverty due to social injustice. They are actually being held in poverty by a mindset being drilled into them by self-proclaimed “civil rights leaders” that insists they need ongoing assistance from government in order to succeed. Please watch the Thomas Sowell video in the article, and also the Walter E. Williams video that I posted in my comment to the article. Both Sowell and Williams wholeheartedly agree that affirmative action and minimum wage laws, though originally well-intentioned, have had disastrous effects on the minorities they were meant to help. And this is easily provable by decades of data. Wake up, politicians. And wake up, voters. -Jeff

Black Conservative Independent: The White Sheep of the Black Community


Many people believe that Affirmative Action is needed in today’s society, I myself think it is no longer relevant or needed. At one point in time is was a great idea and a much-needed concept, but now it has become more dangerous than helpful.

What is Affirmative Action:

Affirmative Action was a measure that the United States took to ensure equality for Black Americans back in the 60’s. It was signed into law by President John F. Kennedy as Executive Order 10925,and later revisited by President Lyndon B. Johnson, as Executive Order 11246. Affirmative Action has been expanded upon many times in order to cover other categories of people as well.

President Johnson stated:

Men and women of all races are born with the same range of abilities. But ability is not just the product of birth. Ability is stretched or stunted by the…

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About Necessary and Proper

Jeff believes in the Individual's ability to excel when liberty and freedom of choice are protected. Also believes in the Community's ability to take care of the vast majority of its own issues and needs when the federal government leaves the Community's resources and sphere of control alone. State and local choice produce better results than centralized federal control.
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