“Black Lives Matter” is about as non-racist an organization as any white supremacy group.
It makes sense to analyze a simpler context, e.g., immigration policy within a free country with a rights respecting government. If we can establish these principles within a simpler context, it becomes a little clearer how to deal with the current actual mess.
The civil rights division of the Justice Department has turned the same blind eye to similar voter intimidation and corruption of the voting process by other people and other organizations in other cities and states — so long as those being victimized were white and the victimizers were black.
Ironically, the Republicans have a much stronger set of presidential candidates than usual to choose from this year.
Big-government politicians bemoan income inequality, but would equalizing incomes make life fair?
After more than six years of Barack Obama in the White House, have we learned nothing about the dangers of choosing a President of the United States on the basis of sound bites, with no track record to check against his rhetoric?