Say It Loud -- I'm Conservative, and I'm Proud!

In 1968, James Brown released his song, "Say It Loud -- I'm Black and I'm Proud." The cruelest and saddest effect of slavery and racism in America is that it caused us blacks to hate ourselves. When I was a kid, I picked up an unspoken vibe from my fellow blacks that light-skinned blacks were better than us of a darker completion. "Good hair" meant similar to white. One summer afternoon, my mom yelled, "You kids get in the house! You're gettin' too black out there in that sun!" I remember thinking, What is wrong with getting darker? This mindset is why Brown's black pride anthem was so important and empowering.Thank God that today, black youths would consider Brown's song absurd and laughable. Despite what civil rights dinosaurs (stuck in the past), race profiteers, and the Obama administration would have us believe, America's race relations have come a long way, baby. Blacks are CEOs and multimillionaires. A full-figured, dark-skinned black woman...(Read Full Article)